By Brian Gosur
To be just average means you are just middle of the road. You are regarded as standard. Most of the population is considered average. If you’re average, than you walk where the crowds are. You are regarded as common, conventional, each day familiar, regular, and humdrum. Those are some synonyms that describe the average person.
Do you consider yourself average? Are you average? I am really not sure about you, but I don’t actually need to be just average. I want to be in the above average group.
Everyone is good at something. There are a few things that you do very well. As an interesting point, you could be considered above average for the one explicit thing you do very well.
My better half is an artist when talking about doing cakes and cupcakes. She is going to do the loveliest cakes, and they taste good too. She just has that extremely special talent that is far above the average person, when it boils down to decorating cakes. Her phone never stops ringing. She’s above average when it boils down to cakes.
What puts somebody into the above average category? What are some examples or prerequisites that may take you there?
First, there must be the need too. Why would you like to be a successful network marketer? Is it the money? The power to meet new people? Do you like traveling round the country? This will be an important allow for deciding if you’re average or above average.
How is your drive? How motivated are you? How much did Michael Jordan wish to play basketball for his high school team after he did not make the cut? He said that he was devastated. He started working and working really hard. His heart was to play basketball. The following step was to work harder than anyone else did. Everyone knows what all that tough work did for Michael Jordan.
When I played sports, I needed to be the best I might be. I had no desire to let my colleagues down. I might be in the gymnasium working out on the bench press. I was fighting to get the last push I had in me. I was prepared to give up, when a guy came up to help me. He yelled, Gosur you aren’t prepared to give up. You have 2 more left in you. Let’s Go! He would inspire me and before I was finished, I’d do 3, 4, or 5 more.
You see, I had a mental block in me that said I could only do so much. When I reached that line, I was done. When my friend came to help me out, he pushed me beyond that line that I thought I couldn’t go. That’s the line that separates success from failure.
Will you fail? Yes you will. Will you quit? NEVER! It needs effort, persistence, and the will that announces, I will never give up till I reach my goal. I will be able to never quit till I cross over that line to my success.
Line up with coaches, and people that work conscientiously , that might induce and challenge you across that line. You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. So select your mates well.
Wish to be above average? One; Find out your why. Two; Than discover how bad do you need it. Three; Than line up with good coaches and leaders. Four; Roll up your sleeves and get to work.
Success or average? It’s up to you.
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