A lot of people are freaking out about the economy right now. And, honestly, who can blame them? Unemployment has skyrocketed. People are struggling. Money is tight for a lot of people. Naturally, great concern abounds over small businesses. How can they possibly survive? Well, I’m here to tell you a little secret most people in the gloom and doom industries won’t: service and creativity always prevail. Largely, small businesses like mine and yours, coaches, network marketers, and freelancers, got into this work not just because we wanted to make money and determine our own schedules (though, let’s be real, those were big factors). But most of us got into the entrepreneurial lifestyle because we believed in something bigger.
If you don’t already know my background and my story with Isagenix, I implore you to check it out on the About Me section of the website. In short, I fell in love with a product and the way this product would allow me to help others. I cannot tell you how many other men and women I have met in the same boat. We are survivors, passion seekers, relentless adventurers determined to stick with it and not give up.
Together We Can
We will get through this with our grit, with our love for our business, and with our sheer determination to continue serving whatever the cost.
And this is what it comes down to, really, right? When you first came to the small business game, you were willing to sacrifice anything. You got creative. You thought outside of the box. You learned new ways to communicate, to sell, to persuade. You gave it everything you had because you believed in your business, you believed in the people you wanted to serve, and most importantly you believed in yourself.
Well, I’m here to remind you of all of that.
If you’re still down in the dumps, send me a message or give me a call. Let’s brainstorm ways you can get creative and stay alive in your business and your passion, even on the days that seem the darkest.
I can’t wait to hear from you.