Hardly a day goes by that I don’t hear from a member questioning why they’re not seeing a big check yet. More times than not, the person asking hasn’t even been a member for more than 90 days and is only barely beginning to even understand how the whole SFI system works. And frankly, even if the number was six months, it’s still much too early to be expecting a significant income stream to have developed.
Nothing will bring you to the attention of your superiors faster than your developing a reputation for being a hard worker. People who are in a position to help you advance in your career will always be impressed by your willingness to work harder and longer than anyone else.
Opportunity is a strange thing because two people with similar gifts, talents and resources can look at a situation and one person will see tremendous opportunity while the other is negative and skeptical. One man's junk is another man's jewel. Opportunity is like beauty — it's in the eye of the beholder.
Is achievement gained because of hardship or because of lack of hardship? Is it high morals or how about a great education? Perhaps here is the great secret: I believe it is none of these items.
The line that separates those who achieve from those who don't is different perceptions and responses to what many people consider failure. Nothing else has such a dramatic impact on people's ability to achieve and to accomplish their goals.
Why do I ask?
Because I've been there.
I could make excuses for not taking action, all sounding good. None true.
But before you quit and decide success on the net is for someone else, ask yourself one question.