What Legacy Will You Leave with Your Network Marketing Internet Business?

It’s easy for me to get wrapped up in the details and activities required to build my network marketing internet business, so sometimes I need a reminder to step back and reflect on my core purpose for building my business.  I received one of those reminders today…

One of the most powerful things in building a network marketing business is the difference our business can make in the lives of others.  I love to work with women in my business.  It’s a gift and a struggle because women are intuitive and can read someone’s intentions from a mile away.

I could choose to feel like I’m imposing on someone by sharing my company’s products and opportunity. I could come from a place of scarcity, that I need people to join my business and purchase my products in order to reach my goals.  But, with that kind of thinking I’m certain to struggle and turn people off when I talk to them.

However, when I choose to focus on showing others that I value them, that I believe in them, that I’m grateful for them, everything changes.  When we help make a difference in the life of a woman by helping her be successful in her network marketing business (whether she builds it online or off line) or helping her to feel and look her best, we create a positive impact on her self esteem, her mood, the attitude in her home, how that affects her children, her home, her community, and ultimately the world.

I’d love to share a special video with you below that will help you shift your mindset to creating a legacy with your network marketing business. It doesn’t matter what you give; your time, your money, your love, your friendship, or your talents & knowledge.  The act of giving will make an enormous impact on your business and life.

A couple of the marketers I’ve mentored under in the last few months, Carrie Wilkerson, The Barefoot Executive and Metro Mom, Kim DeYoung, have both introduced me to Paul Evans from Nicheology.   I’m not sure which one of them introduced me to Paul Evans first, but I’m so thankful that they did.  (Carrie & Kim are both women of “service” and if you’re interested in learning internet marketing they are women you should follow.  I’ve linked their twitter id’s and Paul’s twitter id for you above.)

You see, Paul just celebrated his company’s 6 year anniversary and as part of the celebration he released several videos to help internet marketers make money online using Private Label Products. Unfortunately, as I was enjoying having company last week I missed the deadline for his 24 hour challenge, but I decided to check out his videos anyway.

I’m so glad that I took the time. Paul really shared some incredible information, but the last video in the series made the biggest impact on me. In it he talks about creating a legacy and changing someone’s life forever through your business. It was powerful and I encourage you to watch it below.

Please pay special attention to the 2 questions he asks us to ask. I’ll be setting time aside this weekend to focus on these questions for myself and my own business.  I’ll share them with you in a future post and if you’d like to share your answers to these questions, please post them in the comments below.

Above all, I’d like you to remember that whether you’re building your network marketing business off line or building a network marketing internet business, you have the chance to change the life of every person you talk to, and every person they know.  The legacy you have the potential to create with your business is huge.  Let the impact you can make on the lives of others be the power that pushes you to the next level!

Enjoy the video below!

What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us;
what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.

~Albert Pike (poet, attorney, soldier)

Legacy from Paul Evans on Vimeo.

What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.  ~Albert Pike (Thanks, Carl)
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