Christine Lewis-anderson Bronx, NY, USA
This final chapter of Think and Grow Rich is full of ideas and lessons. Mainly, it reminds one that " If you believe it, you can achieve it." Since I have been in network marketing for so many years, I have heard it once before. I remember attending annual Conventions, across the United States. I would schedule my vacation from work, around that time. The main venues were, Orlando, Florida, Las Vegas, Nevada, and New Orleans, Louisiana. One year, I attended a work-related course in Houston, Texas. Those were the out of state meetings. My point is, that I gathered so much information. I absorbed so much knowledge.
Of course, it was all positive stuff. However you have to reinforce it when you get back home. While we are there, we take notes. Later on, we can always refer to these notes. If you purchase books or audiobooks, you can keep those in your library. After years and years, all this information is cumulative. Each time you join a new company, they give you their perspective of the same topics. It is all about succeeding. After a while, you learn to resist the critics, at home. While they are laughing and joking about your endeavors, you maintain an inner confidence. I am not saying, it is not heartbreaking, but, you basically, end up laughing, at home.You laugh, rather than cry, because you want to share everything. You want to help friends and family, the way your upline has helped you. Unfortunately, it is not that simple. The Devil has her own plan.
Nevertheless, you move on. You continue because you know how grateful you are. You know how faithful you are. You know what positivity has done for you, all along. You may not show it, but at the end of the day, you realize it. What happens is that actions speak louder than words. Plus, you never forget how they made you feel. (POSITIVELY SPEAKING). Furthermore, at the end of the day, the POSITIVE always outweighs the NEGATIVE.
Finally, you are subconsciously, reminded that FAITH OUTWEIGHS FEAR. (SMILE)
THANK YOU MFF FAMILY,
CHRISTINE A. LEWIS-ANDERSON