Words of Wisdom by Mark Yarnell
- Do one thing at a time; do it right; finish it.
- Become the best possible version of yourself! Live without regrets.
- A leader is someone who consistently demonstrates what’s possible.
- We are all guaranteed the right to pursue happiness, but it’s not about the pursuit of happiness. It’s about the happiness of pursuit.
Business Tips from Mark Yarnell
- The best prospects you will ever find are those who desire success more than they fear failure.
- Never mistake activity for accomplishment. You cannot train your way to $100,000.
- It’s impossible to dabble your way to the top in network marketing.
- Every great networker was a lousy networker first.
- In networking we get paid to do two things: retail products and recruit business partners. Spend 80 percent of your time doing that if you want to succeed.
- The lifeblood of your organization is the new blood. Keep filling the pipeline or there will be a downtime.
- Almost any tool will work, if you do!
- One of the biggest mistakes you can make is trying to drag unmotivated people across the finish line.
- You can’t say the wrong thing to the right person or the right thing to the wrong person.
- It’s never a question of whether or not it can be done; the real question is whether it’s worth trying to do it
"Back in Missouri where I grew up, every night like clockwork, when the Frisco train pulled away, out came the old barking dogs. Even as a little kid I wondered why those barking dogs chased the train, but now I know: that’s just the nature of barking dogs.
Network marketing is a lot like that. As soon as you pick a company that suits you and start building momentum, out come the barking dogs: the negative parent, the whining spouse, the untrained scientist with expert opinions, the cross-line person from the other company, the list broker who never built squat—all BARKING DOGS. Ignore them. Keep moving forward and you’ll leave them behind; focus on their barking and you’ll temporarily lose your momentum.
Barking dogs chase trains. Let ‘em bark. Let’s roll!"
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