Be a Dream Weaver!

In today’s video blog I talk about the energy you put into how you present your opportunity!

What are your dreams?
What are your dreams?

It’s hard to find a comfort between too much excitement and too little excitement when you are sharing why you joined your business, or why you think it is perfect for someone else. But with practice, you will get better and find your own comfort and energy to put in, and it will all just become natural.

In this short video I talk about how important your energy is when you are talking with people. Remember, the ONLY way you are going to live the dream is to get out there and share your opportunity! Be you 🙂

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6 thoughts on “Be a Dream Weaver!”

  1. The weekend is upon us and you’re sharing good stuff to think about. Excitement sells… for some it sells them on the possibility that you may be crazy but for a few it will sell them on your opportunity. After all aren’t you really for like minded excited enthusiastic people like you are? Have a nice weekend!

    1. Thanks John! Yes, exactly. If I can’t find others like me, then they just don’t get it 🙂 Have a great weekend too!

  2. Having a positive, confident energy is definitely important when you’re trying to convince someone of just about anything. Who would want to believe someone or buy something from someone if the person trying to ‘sell’ the idea or product doesn’t seem confident in it themselves?

  3. Excitement does sell, but too much energy really be off-putting. I certainly wouldn’t want to listen to someone who seems bored with what they are trying to sell. I think there is a good balance between the two.

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