April 28, 2014


I’ve been listening to JT deBolt on his Daily Blog Call. He’s  an ex navy guy and now he’s now with MOBE. JT says that you have to know your “why”, so that you don’t squander your time.   He says get clear on your why so that you don’t waste time trying to make decisions, indecision will cost you a lot of happiness. Start asking for the stuff you really want in life and don’t hesitate to go after it. Don’t get so indecisive that you miss opportunities when they fly past your window of opportunity. Be brave and ready to take risks so that you reach your goals. Don’t stay in a rut because you feel cosy there.

When you know that you have done the work to put yourself in a position of power, you are ready to take on the work that comes with the opportunity that lands in your space. Don’t let unhealthy skepticism wear you down. If you live your life working on achieving your why, you will have great opportunities coming your way.


About noelinematthews

Network Marketing Pro. My work in adult education is my basis for wanting to see people grow. It's great to see people do well in what they choose to do for a living. I believe that being in charge of your own progress through life is a better way. Home Business and helping people to get started with education and understanding works, if you are committed and active in network marketing. Currently MLSP (My Lead System Pro) is the number one system that helps people to get started on the internet.

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