In today’s video, I give advice about what to do when you feel like quitting your network marketing business.
As I explain in the video, almost everyone, at one point or another, feels like quitting.
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Hi guys, welcome to another episode of Driving with Nick Pratt.
In this episode, I want to talk about what to do when you feel like quitting.
How do you actually tackle that in your own head? This is something a lot of people go through.
I am going to talk about this feeling that a lot of us have probably had at some point or another where you just feel like quitting.
If you haven’t felt that at all, I would be quite surprised. I think most people have felt like quitting at some point whether they are building a home business, affiliate marketing or brick and mortar. There is always this thought that it is really difficult.
There are questions you’ll ask yourself, like “Am I really cut out for this?” Or “Is this the right business model?”
All sorts of excuses crop up along with internal challenges, such as some people can start thinking to themselves “Does home business and network marketing actually work in my country?” or “Have I got the right charisma and skills to pull this off like other people?”
You’ll come up with lots of reasons to quit. There are lots and lots of reasons out there to quit,
You can tell yourself you’re not cut out for it, or it works for other people but it doesn’t work for you.
The point is, you’ll find every excuse under the sun, and everybody does.
What I encourage you to do is think of the reasons to say.
Even though there are lots of reasons to quit, there are also lots of reasons to stick around and stay in the industry and keep moving forward with your dreams.
The reasons to stay are things like you have to get out of that job, you want to be financially free, you want more time with family and friends, and you want freedom.
You want to impact others.
These are all really good reasons to stay.
When you do feel like quitting, think of all the reasons to stay, and that will be really important to you.
The other thing is your why: Why did you start in the first place?
I am going to do another training video soon about how it’s important to enjoy the process and enjoy your work within the industry. A lot of people don’t enjoy the process so they get burnt out easily. That’s why they quit.
Some people quit after as little as half an hour, I have seen that before even though it’s not very common. I’ve seen people after a few months or weeks. It’s just part of life.
What I encourage you to do, if you have feelings of quitting or giving up on something, remember why you started, and think of reasons to stay.
I hope that’s been motivational for you.