If You Could Not Fail

Just finished recording a new show for the Prosperity TV channel, on how big of a prosperity window you see the world through.  And explored the question which has been circulating in self-development circles for years…

What would you attempt – if you knew you could not fail?

Have you ever really thought about that question?  And how it applies to your recruiting efforts.  Because if you knew that anyone you were going to approach for your business was going to join, who would you call then?

And here’s a thought…

Why not call them anyway?


16 thoughts on “If You Could Not Fail

  1. I need to hear this every year in January. I let myself fall into a slump and hearing this over and over again is the key. Usually by mid-January I’m ready to go! Let’s do it! Thanks for the reminder!

  2. Hi Randy,

    Fear of failure prevents success.

    Ask yourself: “What’s the best that could happen?” It’s a spin on the traditional “What’s the worst that could happen?”, and moving your attention toward the best creates an expectation of the best, and the best appears. Expecting the best to happen breeds a success consciousness.

    When expecting the best in each moment, failure becomes an afterthought. Every moment becomes a vehicle for your advancement so how could it ever be a failure?

    I feel you can’t fail unless you believe in the concept. Live in your own little imaginary world of success after success, do everything you feared to do in the past. Call the prospects you feared calling. Follow up with those you’ve been avoiding. Get over yourself and get into your life.

    Thanks for posing the question Randy.


    1. Ryan,
      I like the way you think. Our expectations do determine our outcome. For sure. Our subsconscious is so powerful that we are often beat up before we even get started, because, we think, Oh thats never workedfor me before, not me….Its time to re-kindle my belief system again. I recommend a very good book on doing just that, called the Answer by John Assaraf and Murray Smith. Mr. Assaraf was part of The Secret. He has some great ideas on how to train your brain and more importantly your subconcious to behave the way we want it to!

  3. Hey Randy,

    life is like a big game, sometime you win, sometime you lose.
    A game which you could not fail, ןs a game without challenge,
    and boring game

  4. I have been practicing this… Whenever something doesn’t work out the way you thought it would or think it should, instead of thinking that something went wrong, see it as something that went unexpectedly well, but for reasons that are not yet apparent.


  5. Greetings Randy,

    You bring up something that does keep people from having success.

    The fear of failure really is a state of mind most people fall into so…. they are paralyzed to go forward.

    Many years back I read about Thomas Edison and his invention of the light bulb.
    Once he found the right combination and solution (reportedly it took around 10,000 attempts) it was all in the news etc. during an interview with reporters one asked the question, “Mr. Edison, How does it fell to have FAILED 10,000 times?”
    Mr Edison calmly replied, Sir I DID NOT FAIL 10,000 times, I sir successfully found out how NOT to build a light bulb 10,000 times.”

    I have kept that in my mind set since and it has helped me keep the right perspective on how I build my business.

    Every approach I do is done to have success, either by finding out the individual is interested OR not.

    Once again as I have indicated in earlier posts, Those who – ACT AS IF they already are what they desire to be have success faster than those that don’t.

    Individuals that practice the above begin to take the responsibility for how they are doing, as far as building a successful business that produces the income they really desire etc.

    It does not matter who their sponsor is, what their sponsor doesn’t do, company, comp plan, product etc. (as long as they are in a company that can deliver, when they do the right things)

    In a previous post you shared your story of yourself and another person having the same sponsor but different results. You creating a very high income, the other not so good and complaining about their sponsor etc.

    Myself and every other person working in this industry needs to know success comes from within, it depends solely on what each individual does to get the steps that need to be completed to earn the money given by the company.

    Of course being a good sponsor is important etc. but it takes each person the WILLINGNESS to DO what needs to be done.

    Folks, Go Ahead and MAKE THE CALLS. Your personal success will follow, as long as you do not quit.

    Be Blessed,

    Robert “Buck” Buchholz

  6. Randy sir, i dont know if i should write this here or not. I want to start NM but jknow very little of the buisness. i want to join XXXXX. has it any brunch in india? how to get started with it. can you give some advice me on this. thanking you in advance

  7. A man is laike a mirage :)..You rich it ….and it disapears..

    then You meet God…

    nothing wrong with this profession…

    Even if Randy disapears :)…

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