Direct Sales is a Great Option.



Robert Kiyosaki of Rich Dad Poor Dad fame clearly shares some great wisdom on why the old model of go to school, get a job and create security is a limiting way to live our lives and so many people that have been living by those values end up receiving a wake up call either by failing in small business or being made redundant after several years of loyal service or finding themselves single after years of dedication to raising a family. When this happens its devastating, humiliating and can be soul destroying, believe me I know because this was my story.

This is where Direct sales has been the universal hand that has lifted me up and assisted me to stand on my own 2 feet again. Where else in your  40’s or 50’s are you going to be given the opportunity and space to retrain and learn new skills to create success and be supported by at cause individuals who will encourage you  to live the life you truly desire.

4 years ago I found myself at this heart breaking place so I went looking for a vehicle that help me fast track my success and to create the freedom I truly desired. That’s when I attracted a direct sales opportunity that fit my criteria . I was looking for meaningful products, a solid business plan and high level support. I am happy to report that I found it.

Take a look at what Robert Kiyosaki has to say about the direct sales industry.

What to do Whilst waiting for results.



I am often asked – why is it taking so long? The universe has its own timing.

When we have set a goal for ourselves, the time whilst it is manifesting can lead to doubt and negative feelings.If you allow those in it will push what you want further away.

Here are a few tips that will help you to stay on track,

* Have you clearly written out what it is you wish to bring about. Be as clear as possible – if its money – how much and by when. Then write down why you want what you want – that will evoke the feeling and its that feeling that you want evoked when you read and reread your goals ( at least twice a day).

* Napoleon Hill in his book Think and Grow Rich to write out the plan to achieve and what you are prepared to do to achieve it. In other words – what efforts are you putting in to create what you want. If its to be fitter – what exercise regime are you going to commit to.

* Have tools at your disposal to fuel your mind with positivity – eg listen to inspiring audio books, watch inspiring movies – read personal development books, watch uplifting you tube clips – ( , only speak about what you want to have come about, what you focus on you get more of, move your body – this always helps to lift you.

* Have Faith – continue to take the action steps, and have faith it will come about.

Remember it takes time – its the effort we put in that makes it so rewarding.

Commit your Desires/Goals to Paper.


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All the great leaders and successful entrepreneurs say the same thing – write your goals down.

Rereading Think and Grow Rich – in chapter 2 Napoleon Hill gives a directive to clearly define the amount of money you want, by when, what you will give in return, your plan and to read it out loud on rising and retiring each day – accompanied by feeling how it feel to have achieve your goal.

So people fail to do this – commit their goals – clearly defined to paper and review often – by so doing it keeps your goals on your radar – it reminds you why you are doing what you are doing – and will assist you when the obstacles show up.

In the photo included you can see my goals written down – I wrote that on 8.7.09 – just over 5 years ago when I was doing my Success Coaching training with Jack Canfield. I have carried that little piece of paper in my wallet and read it regularly since then.

So how have I done?

I am authentically happy

I am a wonderful, honest, respectful relationship with each of my 3 children

I have a wonderful supportive, loving partner

I am joyously sharing my knowledge on social media, through my blogs and with my team

Financially I have made more money in a single day than I use to in a month, and I am well on my way to earning more in a month than I did in a year.

Please don’t think this all happening easily and quickly – it most certainly did not – during that time I have experienced adversity –   I know the adversity has assisted me to live more authentically and to align myself with my true desires.

Do you commit your goals to paper?