Friday, February 26, 2010


Every ‘no’ is a step up.

“No” is a word you will hear frequently as you pursue your dream. “No” comes in different sizes, colors and sounds. Sometimes they are soft, “no, it’s just not for me”.
Sometimes they are harsh, “are you out of your mind? Network marketing don’t you know it’s a scam?” Sometimes they sound so intelligent, “well if this product is as good as you say it is, why don’t they sell it at Walmart?”

Sometimes “no” simply means not now. Sometimes “no” means I don’t “know” enough.

There is magic in every “no”. What is the magic in “no”?

Every “no” leads to a “yes”. If you tell enough people your story you will find the “yes”. Those “yes’s” are there and you will find them when you keep searching.

In my years in network marketing I have heard “no” thousands of times but the “yes’s” I’ve heard make it all worthwhile.

Go out there and collect those “no’s” because you know that every “no” is a step up, a step towards a “yes”.

John Haremza I will see you at the TOP Feb 26

Thursday, February 25, 2010


“I am the master of the small step.”

This is a wonderful affirmation. Why?

Because greatness is in the moment.

Greatness is in the moment of decision.
The small steps you must take to the top of the mountain are easy steps. Success is made up of thousands of small seemingly insignificant steps.

Small, small, steps and they will take you to your goals.

Greatness is in the moment

John Haremza I will see you at the TOP Feb 25

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

One small step

Small Steps Two Stairways

It's easy, so easy to take those small steps.

What if you don’t take that step? What will happen? Nothing!
Nothing good and nothing bad except a missed opportunity to change a life.

Our business is full of amazing stories of lives changed.

Our business is full of amazing stories of DVD’s, CD's, books, phone calls, conference calls and conversations that brought in the biggest names in the business.

Would you have spoken to a maintenance manager living in a trailer park who had such a painfully low esteem that he would avoid saying hello unless you spoke first?

Whoever took that step changed my life and thousands of lives.

What’s the cost of a missed step?

John Haremza I will see you at the TOP Feb 24

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Have you passed failure?

If you’re a baby boomer you know this guy.

"You always pass failure on the way to success."
Mickey Rooney, actor

John Haremza I will see you at the TOP Feb 23

Monday, February 22, 2010

You have to take it.

It’s not enough just to know the right step ..... you have to take it.
Wishing will never do it but every step you take toward your dream life will bring you close to your wishes.
John Haremza I will see you at the TOP Feb 22