An excerpt from my recent podcast with my fellow digital marketer Melanie Brandt.
Some other things that I learned is that, if you want people to know you, like you, and trust you. You need to go first, you need to go and get all the results and then, yes, you can show people how to do it.
But I think there's a lot of coaches out there at the moment that are trying to want to miss a few 99, a hundred check me out. And it's like, man, you don't have the stripes on the board yet.
And I think some people agree, some people don't. But I think it's incredibly important that you stay humble to where you've come from, and you stay true to where you're at. And I think as a coach, understanding that our job isn't to convince people what they need to do. Our job is to help them unlock their purpose and passion so that they can align with exactly where they need to be.
And something I've seen very, very recently as a coach that is out there saying, well, don't do this and don't do that. You need to focus on this, you know? And I think that's really, really poor form. So, you know, network marketing showed me a lot, but it was my apprenticeship, like honestly, network marketing showed me how to build a mansion, but it also showed me how to build the concrete foundations at that mentioned needs in order to not fall apart as well.
So did I do it correctly? Kind of, not really. Did I follow the correct To-Dos? Definitely not. Did I learn everything before I got started? 100% No. Did I rock up to everywhere that I should have been? Yes, yes. Did I show up on the days I wanted to quit? Yes. Every single time.
And I think, you know, that's the difference in any situation. It doesn't matter what you're doing, the difference between me and somebody who's not having results is I guarantee you that I didn't stop on the days that I didn't get the results. I found a way.