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I’m often asked “How important is goal setting in MLM success?” You may be surprised by my answer. The standard answer is goal setting is one of the most important things you must do to have MLM success. I don’t totally disagree. I agree that it is important to know where you want to go and to have a plan on getting there. My problem comes with the rigidity that some people have towards their goals and how it can stifle their MLM success.

Frozen Solid

I’ll use myself as an example, I don’t set any hard, fast goals, per say. I’ve always had a problem with that little voice in the back of my head saying if you don’t reach your goal you’re a failure. Talk about pressure! When I used to set the “typical goal”, i.e. I will be at this position by a certain date, I will have this much money in my bank account by that certain date, I would practically freeze. I would not be able to do anything. I was afraid of failure. Not a good way to attain MLM success!

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"Ty Tribble is an Internet entrepreneur, author and Work At Home Dad who lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife, Richelle and two children, Emma and Tyler. Ty has been featured in Entrepreneur and Success From Home magazine and is considered by many as the # 1 blogger in the world on the subject of Network Marketing. Author of the book, ‘Double Your Income with Network Marketing’, Ty teaches lead generation strategies through social media and blogging to tens of thousands of Network Marketers around the world."

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  1. Goals are fine…if written with a PENCIL! In other words…set goals but be flexible. Kind of like a road map for a trip but you don't beat yourself up when you see a sign for a sight you want to take in…so you do. Just my opinion.
    Rod

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