Life’s purpose is to set people free across the full spectrum of the population:
• For the large percentage of people who struggle with debt and credit problems, Life offers debt freedom through its Financial Fitness products and services.
• For those who desire high achievement and lifestyle, Life offers a shot at financial freedom through its sales compensation plan.
• And for those who are underprivileged, disenfranchised, or victims of disaster, Life offers functional freedom through its Life on Life Initiative and charitable outreaches.
While all three segments of Life’s purpose are equally important, most people who are introduced to the company are attracted to the lucrative compensation plan offered through the Life business opportunity.
Life offers Members the opportunity to profit from the sale of Life’s materials through a competitive compensation plan. Life’s goal is to flow the money typically spent on marketing and advertising to the leaders who help build the customer base for Life materials. Further, the founders of Life are dedicated to serving in the field alongside Life Members—a unique situation that enables the compensation structure to maintain as its chief consideration the flowing of proceeds to the field instead of to corporate shareholders, investors, or other interested parties, as is true with most companies. What this means is the Life compensation plan can offer one of the highest margins in the industry, all while keeping prices competitively low.
Life CEO, Chris Brady, has a unique position in the company in that he was once a Member who has achieved the highest level in Life’s compensation plan. Brady’s position and experience both as a former Life Member and current CEO has enabled him to transform the company from the inside out, knowing exactly what the Life Members need to grow and prosper.
Here is a list of what Brady believes to be the top 10 mistakes people make building their Life business. We hope that this list will help you avoid tripping points on your journey towards living the life you’ve always wanted!
The Top 10 Mistakes People Make Building Life – by Chris Brady
1) They don’t dream big enough, real enough, or long enough.
- Don’t dream about some unrealistic fantasy; dream something real. Dream in a way that moves you towards action.
- You have to visualize your dream. Picture what it’s like. Build it up in your mind.
- You’ll never regret dreaming big, but you’ll always regret it if you don’t.
- Make the you of tomorrow happy about the decisions that the you of today made.
- You will have to get almost to the point of feeling silly about your dream in order to get wealthy. You have to hang yourself out there where the average people won’t go.
2) They don’t commit hard enough.
- Don’t be “kind of on the fence” in your Life business. Be so committed that you’ll jump over the fence.
3) They don’t kill enough of their “95% thinking.”
- You have to force yourself to have a positive attitude, even when you don’t feel positive.
- Be careful not to fall back into old bad habits.
- Be prepared to question everything you have learned up to this point. You have to almost think that large chunks of what you’ve learned growing up (about success, performance, excellence, the mindset of a champion, etc) is wrong.
4) They don’t hit the Life Training Marketing System hard enough.
- “Hitting the system” hard enough would actually help with all three items listed in number 3.
- Be consistent when listening to audios.
- Don’t just hit the system hard with yourself, but hit it hard when dealing with your sales and support team.
- Allow the system to work for you, instead of trying to do everything yourself.
- The Marketing System breathes truth into people’s lives in order to change hearts and change lives.
5) They don’t share the idea with enough people.
- If you show enough people consistently for long enough, the results in the business will blow your mind. But most people simply won’t do the work.
6) They don’t set clear, pressure inducing goals.
- How do you know if it’s a good goal? Because it puts pressure on you to do more in the “here” and “now.”
- You have to set goals that cause you to be a little uncomfortable.
7) They don’t drive enough “depth.”
- Depth solves nearly every problem with building the Life business.
8) People don’t build their self- belief enough.
- Put yourself in the picture for long enough so that your subconscious mind starts to believe it.
9) They don’t focus enough.
- Too many people have too many distractions.
- Don’t be so divided across so much territory that you lose all focus to become phenomenal at something.
- Make short term sacrifices for long term results.
10) They don’t hang in there long enough.
- You have to be like hair on a biscuit; you have to stick!
- Have a long term outlook no matter what happens along the journey.
(Posted by Kristen Seidl, on behalf of Chris Brady)