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    I slipped on the ice

    By action | March 1, 2008

    Wow! I cannot believe how long it has been since I wrote a post here on my blog. I have been consulting on 2 MLM opportunities for the last month and it has been taking up most of my time. My normal day rate for consulting is $5,000 so it would be hard to pass on 2 projects at the same time.



    Let me ask you a quick question.

    Have you ever been driving down the road and come upon a patch of black ice?

    If you have, you can probably appreciate the sheer feeling of helplessness you experienced for those few seconds.

    Now, if you sit back and analyze that situation…

    Wouldn’t you compare it to your experience of trying to make a buck or two online?

    Think about it?

    You’re cruising along with your game plan, things are shaping up nicely. You are getting closer and closer to your goals and then…

    Wham!

    Something happens that derails you back to square one again, and you have that same exact feeling you had when you were out of control on that icy stretch of highway.

    Whether your ‘black ice’ comes in the shape of the next best thing since sliced bread, a guru blasting you his latest and greatest wares or a popular thread you just read in an IM Forum, it does not matter.

    What does matter is…

    Things will remain the same until you get some guidance.

    Think of it as having chains on your tires. Think of the sense of confidence you would now have, crossing that very same patch of black ice.

    Wouldn’t it be great to stay on the right path and have the secure feeling of knowing you will make it to your destination or in this case, your goals, safely and without distractions?

    Well here are the top two ways I take control of my business and guarantee myself (any my team) success:

    1 – Resumes, if you are not using resumes to promote your business – WHY NOT? You are are losing money every single day and you are missing out on so much momentum. Watch the video by CLICK HERE and I will even consult with you for FREE for 15-minutes and show you how to implement using this very simple technique.

    2 – Downline Reports – this technique is for someone who is more aggressive and wants to make telephone calls but the rewards can be OUT OF THIS WORLD!!! CLICK HERE for more information on how to recruit people who have experience in MLM and Network Marketing.

    I hope you will finally make the decision to get your business moving in the right direction. Take advantage of one of the above offers and let’s get your business rock’n and roll’n!

    Successfully yours,

    J.R. Jackson
    http://www.jrjackson.com

    Topics: Uncategorized | 2 Comments »

    2 Responses to “I slipped on the ice”

    1. Dena Garman Says:
      March 1st, 2008 at 1:15 pm

      Though it seems like you keep saying the same things over and over, it’s good to be reminded of how we can always fix/improve what we’re doing. I feel like I’ve been on “black ice” since Xmas and have been totally LOST. I’m looking very forward to the big Convention next week that our company is doing, getting more and more info and direct training from the big guys themselves, meeting our people (and possibly yourself) in person, and getting a much needed break (kidless) and return home and being off the ice on solid ground. We’ve barely had any snow all winter here in St. Louis, so there’s no reason to be sliding out of control, right.

    2. Kiri Says:
      October 29th, 2008 at 5:09 am

      Thanks so much for this information.

      Kiri

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