Which of these lines do you identify with?
‘If you can keep your head when all around you are losing theirs – you’ll be a man my son’
‘If you can keep your head when all around you are losing theirs – you obviously don’t understand the gravity of the situation!’
The first line is taken from Rudyard Kipling’s well known poem ‘If’ and the second one is obviously a parody on that. It does, however, illustrate the different ways different people will view the same events. Not surprisingly the way they view those events will determine how they react.
For example, some people will view being made redundant as a disaster. Others, after the initial disappointment, can see it as a positive event giving them the opportunity to do something else – maybe something they’ve always wanted to.
Do you have a positive outlook, do you see the glass half full rather than half empty, do you welcome a challenge? If you are nodding your head that’s fantastic because sometimes I think we may be a dying breed!
You are the kind of people I am looking for to join my group of motivated distributors. Have a look at www.dare2change.co.uk
It may be for you. It may not be for you, but if something triggers your interest just give me a call on 07957 855748.