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Saturday, April 18, 2009


Are you walking past the next millionare that could be in your network marketing business? This week I learned a valuable lesson that will stick with me for the rest of my life. Never judge a person by the way they look. I watched the video of Susan Boyle on the Britains Got Talent. This 47 year old lady who is unemployeed and lives alone with her cat, was all decked out in that mother-of-the-bride dress and matching open-toed pumps. Simon Cowell, asks her what her dream was, and she answerd to be a professional singer, and as successful as Elaine Page -- a statement that caught camera close-ups of the judges' amused in disbelief and the audieance snickering and some were even rolling their eyes. It was evident that everyone thought, Elaine Paige!?
Cheerfully, she announced that she is going to sing, "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Miserables. As she started to sing, I noticed the audiences faces all lit up, and the judges' jaws drop as she sang confidently and upliftingly.
Just as the audience had prejudged Susan Boyle as she walked on stage, we tend to judge others around us too. I know I have....how about you?? You never know who could wind up in your network marketing business either, but if we don't take the time to call our clients and we just asume they aren't interested because of where they live, what they wear, or how they speak....then we could walking past the next millionare in network marketing.

Your friend,
Ingrid Camacho


James Berryman said...

Ingrid, you're so right. I learned this lesson many years ago. We must give others a chance to show us who they really are. This may only take a one minute conversation. I we treat people with respect we get respect in return. Treat others as we expect to be treated. You make me a better person. Great post!

Denise Lee said...

Bravo, that is so true. I did something like this just this past week. I was speaking to someone who has been unemployed for a long time and I did not have my usual prospecting conversation with him, instead I started steering him towards online job sites. arrrgh, after I hung up I realized that I had screwed up, he needed a lifeline and i did not throw it out. Well I am calling him today:)