Have you ever think about doing something and then change your heart about it?
It is normal and okay to do it!
I was talking to one of my friends online and asking her what were her goals for 2018.
The conversation went like this (keeping her anonymous):
“Hey friend, did you make your new years resolution?” – I asked
She said – “No, I don’t make new years resolutions. I just know that I want to make 2018 my best year ever!”
“Very cool, Do you have any income goals with your online business?” I replied
“I want to make $800 per week.” – she said
“That’s great, do you know how are you going to achieve that?” – I asked
“Yes, My online business pays $80 commissions per person that I refer” – She replied
“Awesome, That is about 10 sales per week, 2 per day. Is good to know your numbers so you know where to get started.” – I said.
“What is that money help you accomplish?” – I asked
“I will be able to move out of my sister’s house and be independent” – She said.
I asked her – “How serious are you about doing that, from 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest?”
She said -“10!”
I invited her to take a look at something that will help her out…
“So, my friend. If I can show you something that will help you generate those $800/week faster, move out of your sister’s house and make your 2018 your best year ever, will you be open to it?
She said – “YES”
I sent her the information and set up a follow-up appointment for the next day so I can clarify anything for her.
The next day…
She changed her mind!
And I wouldn’t mind. But, she blocked me on Facebook messenger and she didn’t even give an explanation to cancel.
So, in this case, that involves another person (me), she was plain rude!
As you can see by the conversation flow, all I cared was about her goals and the way to help her achieve them faster. If she didn’t want my help and wanted to do it her own way (which wasn’t working, because she’s been struggling and that’s why I reached out to her) – she could of just say so.
Lesson to learn when someone like me asks you if they can help you out:
If you are not willing to take a look at whatever someone is going to show you – just say so.
You won’t hurt anyone’s feelings and the friendship will remain.
If a “real” friend of yours, someone close to you in real life, says “hey buddy, I found something that will help you make money faster, would you like to take a look at it?”
Will you say “YES” but then when you set up an appointment to follow up, you don’t open the door pretending that you are not home, you don’t return their call and you break the friendship?
Of course, you WON’T!
So, why would you do it online?
Food for thought!
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“Do something every day that will help you get closer to your goals!”
– Francisco Hernandez
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