If you are new in the business it’s understandable that you would be relying on others for guidance in your day-to-day activities. No one would expect someone new to know what to do; it would be crazy to hire someone and throw them out there with little or no training. Out of necessity, however, you have to become self-reliant as soon as possible, not just for yourself, but for your mentor’s sake. He or she has only so many hours they can spend with you, not because they don’t want to help you, but because they have their own work to do and other people to train.
When you have taken full advantage of all the training and educational opportunities National Agents Alliance has to offer and you have gained some experience, you’re ready to step out on your own, you can demonstrate the ability to overcome obstacles, surrender dependence on others, and become authentic in your own right. When this occurs you begin producing measurable results, and you develop a level of confidence that leads to more and more successes. You are on the road to developing self-reliance, and it will reveal itself in your words and actions as you’re going about your business every single day. People will definitely notice.
The actions you take on a daily basis as an independent, self-reliant business person will become habit, and you can accomplish anything you desire while standing on your own two feet, needing help from no one. This is a liberating feeling and allows you to do even greater things with National Agents Alliance.
To reach this point you need to be a non-conformist; you are like no one else. You are unique, and you stand on your own principles. As a bonus, you become self-reliant in your personal life, as well as your professional life, never relying on the government or any organization or individual for assistance. You take control of your own future, you set your own course, and you make your own way. You manage your finances, becoming debt free. You can create your own life or watch other people create their lives on TV. Being self-reliant is a better choice, for sure.
Here’s an affirmation you can repeat each day to help keep your focus: “I am responsible for everything I do, and for the results I get.”