“You’re never more grateful for being alive than after you’ve almost died,” ~ Aron Ralston. Aron was a renowned mountain climber who had made a name for himself by becoming the 1st man to climb Colorado’s top 40 peaks in the dead of winter. Unfortunately, on a climb in Utah’s Blue John Canyon, he suffered a freak accident. A bolder fell and pinned his right arm to a crevasse wall. Some tough decisions followed in the next 5 days. You know what, as network marketers we are probably not going to be faced with tough choices like this…but we will have to decide if we will carry on even when faced with frustration, struggles and fear. Sometimes as a frustrated network marketer we never even get out of the starting blocks. We fear to commit to our dream. We fear success and we fear that we will fail in our attempts.
After 5 days of desperate attempts to free himself of that tremendous 800 pound boulder and the very real thoughts of facing death alone … while lost at the bottom of that pit… he did the unimaginable and the only thing possible to save his life… he amputated his own arm to free himself… Climbed out of the canyon… and then made it back the 20 miles to civilization.
WHAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK ….
Can you imagine having to make the decision to amputate your own arm in order to save your life? Could I do it, could I make that choice? Could you?
Making a choice to commit to your online business is no ways near as tough. It is a choice; a decision…the question is do you really want to change your life through the opportunity that God or fate; however you choose to see your opportunity, has provided you?
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discover it within himself.” — Galileo