I want to be brutally honest with you right now, I have meltdowns sometimes. Right, I know! You're probably thinking, what, Alisha Meyer doesn't have meltdowns, shes the best! (lol, I had to write that because you know I was making a funny!) Well hate to break it to you beautiful, I'm human. Let me break it down for those of you wondering what I could possibly have a meltdown over.
My passion is fitness and nutrition, my drive is my husband, my reason is because I know I can. That equation is a success waiting to happen. Key word, waiting. Now, It's not like I am sitting on my hands "praying" my success will come, I am working my tail off! However, since I can't control people, (right I know, crazy huh) my success lies in the hands of those who are coach-able, and willing to go and fight for something bigger than themselves. My challenge: finding those people. My work: constantly talking to all kinds of people, so I can see if they have what it takes to be on my health and wellness team. In my mind, I do have a target audience, but I don't disregard the rest of the public if given the opportunity to tell them what I do. Hard truth: a lot of no's, a lot of no shows, and even more "thank you, but no thank you."
Network marketing isn't for a lot of people, but there is a fraction of the public who see the bigger picture, and want it! If only they had a sign on their head that read "I love network marketing, please talk to me!" My career would be so much easier, but that isn't life, is it? Network marketing takes a very specific person. Let me rephrase that, " A SUCCESSFUL network marketer takes heart, time, and persistence!" None of which are specifically taught in college I may add, meaning anyone with those three skills, can do this! I'm not quite sure which one you need more of either. I've understood while being in this business for a year and a half, that I need all three in order to have that success I'm pursuing. If you didn't know this already, a TON of people join a network marketing company, and give a go. Then quit (on average) three months into it because no one is joining their team, people quit on them (and themselves), or simply can't afford to do this; either because of money or time. So to actually become successful, you have to fight for it! "The difference between try and triumph is a little UMPH" UNKNOWN.
At this point, you're probably asking, is it worth it? The hours, the emotional roller-coaster, the friends and family telling you it's not for them, and so much more. I'm telling you this: the person I've become, is someone I would have never known before, if I didn't say yes to Yoli. The intelligent, hard working, persistent, multi-billionaires, and loving people who I surround myself with, will make me a better woman, wife, Christian, and person. And isn't that most people's goal in life?
No I don't regret going to college for my bachelors, and no I don't regret having an 8-5 before this, both of those taught me a lot, AND brought me my supportive husband. Worth it? Yes, it is and it will be. So I leave you all with this, If this sounds like you, or someone you want to be, then give Network Maketing a try, give Yoli a try, give me a try. What do you really have to lose? I'm not telling you to quit your job, or drop out of school, I'm just telling you that there could be more out there for you. Aren't you the least bit curious?