…QUit Later

Have you ever thought about quitting?  If you’re on a journey to become the best that you can be, you’re always going to be up against it.  Taking control of your career and going it alone in business ownership or being an entrepreneur is not for everyone; you don’t suffer the illusion in the safety of a regular paycheck to fall back on.  It’s do…or else.  In this episode, I’m only going to be talking to a few of you.  So if you’re in a nice comfortable, secure job or prefer the safety of staying inside your comfort zone, this episode may not be for you. Perseverance in getting what you want out of life is for the resilient…those with ‘grit’.  Quitters need not read on….

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I’ll share five aspects of what you’re facing in your pain, and it’ll help with pushing through this if you understand what and why you’re experiencing these emotions.  The fact is…you’re supposed to feel this way– it’s OK.

The following encapsulates this thought: “…greatest success came just one step beyond the point at which defeat had overtaken them. Failure is a trickster…it takes great delight in tripping one when success is almost within reach’ (from Napolean Hill‘s ‘Think & Grow Rich‘)

Click HERE for Ray Higdon’s episode on ‘Pushing Through the Pain’ I referred to in my video episode.

The road to success is often painful and lonely, but you chose this road for a reason– you just forgot.  Remind yourself of what that was, and you’ll be back on track in no time.

Tired of slaving away at a paycheck?  Can there possibly an alternative, a better way to earn a living?  If business ownership or becoming an entrepreneur has ever crossed your mind, but you’re not aware what your options are, then CLICK HERE for a ** FREE MOVIE ** and it’ll explain what’s going on in the world today.  You may be surprised how one entrepreneurial option is actually within easy reach.

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Ian Billingham - Life Leadership Entrepreneur