Facing Down Fear of Failure

Okay you’re scared.  You’re afraid you’ll fail in your network marketing business.  But just how rational is that? 

Would you believe me if I told you that the odds are dramatically stacked in your favor?   They actually are…

Think about it this way:  There are successful people in your company, right?  Some of them are wildly successful.  Here’s what that tells you:

The products have demand.  The comp plan rewards distributors.  The marketing tools work.  In other words, the whole process has already been tested and proven.  It works.

So what is the only variable?

You.  Or more specifically, whether you will keep trying and keep learning.

Because even if you don’t know everything you need to know yet…

Even if your skills are where they need to be…

Even if you mess some things up and make some mistakes along the way…

If you simply stay in the game and continue to work on these things, you will break through, because you’re simply following a process that has already been vetted and proven! 

Got it?  Good.  And if you want to learn faster and develop your skills quicker, you can become a member of my Academy for Network Marketing Leadership.  I’ll teach you exactly what to do and when.

Now that takes us to our last fear:  Fear of Rejection.

And that’s where we’ll take up on the next post.  In the meantime, share this post with your team and have a talk about it.  And always remember this:  what you are attempting to do has already been done!

–       RG

12 thoughts on “Facing Down Fear of Failure

  1. Don’t fear of failure because “: “You never fail until you stop trying.”
    Quote by Albert Einstein.
    You can’t fail unless you give up and quit.

  2. Thanks a lot for this information. I’m definitely sharing this with my entire downline and

    Happy Birthday Randy !

    Please live for a long time to make the world more happy by continue sharing your wisdom.

  3. Randy, have a great birthday tomorrow, unless where you are is tomorrow already! ‘Fear’ does not bother me much. Lack of commitment or standing in some kind of resignation is my flaw. When I am on purpose and in gear, I have found there are five levels of commitment and all of us, depending upon what ‘it’ is, know all five. The first one is none. No interest and no commitment work together and fortunately you won’t enroll many of these. You can just do not be surprised they go witness protection the same day. The next level and I have great success enrolling ‘I will try’ and for the most part sometime in the first month maybe two, they are gone. Next is workable. They usually know many people like them or the next two stages. I will do my best! That is about 1000x more effective than I will try. However, after about six months, maybe a dash longer, they did their best and move on. The cream begins at “I will do whatever it takes.” Unless you are at this level, you won’t find many like you. It is about 10,000x more productive than “I will do my best.” The last level, and it scares me, is Samurai. “If I don’t do this I will kill myself!” I am not there yet or for the times I am, I go back to whatever it takes. Thank you Randy for begin on the point!

  4. Thanks for this post content RG!

    I’m actively challenging my fears and find the more accurately I can “articulate” them, the sooner they dissolve into “nothingness”..

    everything IS energy afterall.. we can “transmute” this energy into constructive energy!

    I registered for the Gage Academy two days ago; however am having challenge “signing in”.. using the correct username and password.

    Am looking forward to getting certified through your course!

    Please advise.

  5. I love the saying which I believe suites here very much: “Weak people will say he is lucky, strong people will say I will try once more and only the champions will say it’s not over until I WIN”

  6. staying in the game is the best name of the game. it’s right at the top of the list. you were right.

    so many people quit so early because they aren’t getting instant gratification. i definitely have had my quit thoughts and im so happy i didn’t.

    great post.

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