Quitting was never an option for me. Whoever came up with “failure is not an option” doesn’t follow what I believe in.
Many success stories started with failures, failure with making money ideas, failure in finding the best home businesses, failure at not following through on financial retirement planning.
Everyone has had failures.
But, quitting, that’s different than failing.
Jeff Olson, author of “The Slight Edge” has a pretty good handle on the difference between the two.
I think I’d have to publish this whole chapter to get the information across, which I can’t do, and which is why you should be reading this book, also.
If I was a quitter, I’d probably have been a suicide case. Now that’s quitting.
Instead, I’ve spent my life failing at one thing or another and then picking myself up, dusting myself off, and trying again.
My newspaper never made a decent salary for me, I sold it.
Now, I have it back. The deal fell through, after two years.
I welcomed it back and have found a way to make it work, with less hours of laboring over it, due to the skills learned the past few months working with my mentors in a new business that I started.
My new business includes tons of training and new friends, and lots of new possibilities. I can now work at two businesses in less hours than the old newspaper took.
You CAN get ahead in this life, and I can help.
For more information on the business that is getting me ahead in this life, fill out the form on this page or go to dianeneilljensen.com
I hope to see you soon.