Are You Consistent Enough?

That is a trick question.there-is-no-try-you-are-either-consistent-or-you-are-not

You are either consistent or not.

I live in a rural area where businesses struggle.

We have many empty store fronts.

New businesses fill those shells and all too often they do not succeed.

I am a believer in supporting small, local businesses. I am willing to pay more for less; but usually I get more.

I do remember a business that opened in a nearby town. I can’t remember what product or service they offered.

What I remember is that their door promised specific hours.

Twice I made the trip to do business with them at the time they had promised to be there.

And twice they weren’t there.

I never made the third trip.

The only thing I remember about them today is that they lost my business because they weren’t consistent.

That is one of the problems with a brick and mortar business. You have to have posted hours and you absolutely have to be there when you say you will be there.

And that is one of the main reasons I never want to be responsible for a brick and mortar business. I want a little more freedom in my life.

I embrace the freedom that my network marketing business gives me.

I embrace the diverse range of activities and locales that network marketing allows.

I get to enjoy variety only because I embrace consistency.

I have to consistently perform the activities that bring success.

Everyday, whether I feel like it or not, I have a list of actions that connect me with new people and build a business relationship with them.

Being an entrepreneur is my choice for providing income; but not because it allows me to show up for work only when I feel like it.

Being an employee allows for me to call in sick or take a personal day.

Being an entrepreneur means planning for those sick or personal days.

I love it.

It is fulfilling to know that I am delivering on my promise to myself.

And it is key to my success.

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When you reach my age you have heard a time or two, I want to be like her when I grow up. That is strange because first, I don't want to grow up and second, I am just figuring out who I am. I am an entrepreneur. I am having fun growing businesses from home while caring for my 90+ year old mom. Life is great!

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