How Do You Overcome Obstacles?

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Network Marketing Masterminds: Leadership Lessons Part 3
A Mastermind Event Original Series.


Orrin Woodward is an ex-engineer who today earns millions of dollars per year from his Network Marketing business. He is also a presenter at this year’s Mastermind Event. In this video we ask him:

• What two obstacles were the hardest to overcome in his journey to becoming successful in Network Marketing?

• How do you overcome LACK OF BELIEF?

• How do you overcome a lack of PEOPLE SKILLS?

Useful knowledge for ourselves and for when members of our team encounter these obstacles. Plus see an aggressive bee make the videographer nervous and check out the funny BLOOPERS at the end! :)

This is Part 3 of our “Leadership Lessons” series with Orrin Woodward.
Watch Part 1: Three Critical Network Marketing Leadership Traits
Watch Part 2: Network Marketing Mentor Mindset

Share this video with others to help build their belief in Network Marketing. The stronger their belief, the faster they’ll achieve success.

If you could ask Orrin any question what would it be?

Build it once. Build it BIG. Build it to last a lifetime of FREEDOM!

Art Jonak

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Art Jonak is the founder of the Mastermind Event, an entrepreneur and a successful Network Marketer. If you find these updates helpful, please share them.

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It won’t be easy… but it WILL be WORTH IT! [Free Graphic]

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COMMENT! “What’s ONE obstacle people face on their way to success?”

Rejection? Fear? Doubt? Ego? Guilt? Haters? Friends? Society? Their Boss? Or…?

Post you answer in the comments below.

Don’t worry, there are no wrong answers, people face hundreds of different possible obstacles! Have FUN with this… and remember, success won’t be easy… but it WILL be WORTH IT!

Are you willing to fight through it all for you dreams? I sure hope so!

Art Jonak

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  1. What’s ONE obstacle people face on their way to success? Themselves. I look back and have no problem saying to myself, that was me. I have no excuses, no reason to blame others. It was all me. I have seen the enemy and it is I. My bad habits, my good habits, my character, my flaws, my ignorance, my education, my upbringing, my skill set, all of it. The largest obstacle in my ways has not been any of those things in the info-graphic. It has always been me. Maybe I don’t want to succeed. Maybe time was created to keep everything from happening at once, including my success. No matter what I try to ‘blame’ it on, it all rolls back down to me.

  2. Negative imprinting. A clear example is the generation that was born post-depression in the United States. The negativity can be cultural, family-based, institutional education, or early employment experience. The result is a psychological wall that can only be surmounted with positive experience equal in intensity and duration to the original imprinting, and must involve the conscious will of the individual. We are programmable and we are our own programmers, yes, but we do not all start with easily adapted code.

  3. For the longest time I struggled with motivation. You really need to be motivated to overcome all the other obstacles but a lack of motivation can sometimes be the biggest obstacle all by itself!

  4. I have been, over the past 20 years, in a series of situations (jobs, companies I started, freelance and consulting gigs, etc.) exposed to an unbroken string of “jobs disappearing underneath me”, and frankly I’ve gotten so “gun shy” that I almost expect that anything that I work on isn’t going to be around in 6-18 months. I guess that would be “doubt”, but it’s more like a sense of being seriously “snakebit”!

  5. Self-doubt is a primal block that most people have to break through. On my FB page I quote Charlie Chaplin who said: “Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself!” And that has stuck with me all these years, remaining so true in it simplicity!

  6. The biggest fears people have in network marketing – is to evolve. Many people are afraid to evolve from what’s holding them back – and to master their true selves.

  7. *justification alert* I wouldn’t call it necessarily worry all the time, I just prepare myself for all possible outcomes. Of course the negative outcomes are the ones that I focus on because I want to do all that I can to prevent them. As a mom, preparedness sometimes means worrying all the time. That gets in my way of success.

  8. I think that once you have a child that it becomes mandatory to worry all the time. Of course you worry pre-kids, but after kids it is just crazy the amount of worrying that goes on in a woman’s head. I can’t even watch the news anymore. So I’m torn between getting out there and making it happen, taking my dreams across the finish line and protecting my family now (knowing it’s just a short-term fix).

  9. How valuable each day of life is no matter how few of them there are. How to be compassionate to others. To be less judgmental, realizing everyone grieves and struggles in a different way and at a different pace. We each will face our own challenges as we take our dreams across the finish line!

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