Girl Stop the Blame Game

Owning it up

I will tell you that I recently moved companies because I didn’t feel aligned with it the other company anymore. That’s okay and I didn’t say the company’s not worth joining. I didn’t blame the product. It was me, I no longer feel a connection to that business. I didn’t feel like I was in the right place. I felt like God was pulling me somewhere else. So, that’s not me blaming other people. That’s me saying I’m moving on. as well as having the courage and that’s called owning.

That’s called taking responsibility.

Blaming friends and family, their lack of money, you live in a small town. That’s all BS Blaming. Other network marketers often say “I don’t have the follower account that you have” well, girl, I didn’t start here. I started at zero just like everyone.

Let’s grow, Pretty much blaming anyone and everything for the reason that you won’t be successful It’s not going to get you anywhere in life. Not just in network marketing but literally in everything. It’s not going to get you anywhere. So why is it a mistake? The truth is that if you keep blaming other people for your lack of success, you will never succeed.

Here’s a short video of getting out of the blame game:

Girl Stop the Blame Game

A little kick in the spot

Sometimes, just a few words of encouragement can be enough to get someone started. If your results are out of your hands and they’re controlled by others, you’re doomed, right?

The good news is that the success of your endeavor is not completely out of your hands. Making sure you do your part in taking steps to help reach success is key when it comes to any project or goal you may have.

There are several things that you can do to ensure you are heading in the right direction and doing all that is possible to reach success. Firstly, having a plan and setting goals for yourself will provide structure and guidance on how to achieve what it is you want. This ensures that all aspects of your task are accounted for while breaking up bigger tasks into smaller achievable chunks can make them seem more manageable and less daunting. Secondly, staying organized with everything from time management to create an environment geared towards productivity will increase the chance for success as well as create a sense of accomplishment once these goals have been met or achieved. Lastly, persistence and dedication along with remaining positive throughout the process will be necessary for keeping motivation high so progress can continue until reaching desired results.

You and only you can change the outcome matter what obstacles come your way. Someone’s had it worse and still been able to be extremely successful in network marketing.

Not a victim but a victor

I could sit here and mumble about playing the blame game forever, but it’s not going to do any good, right? and, we are going to take responsibility.

Does that mean you have to be like, everything’s my fault? “I’m not any good, I suck.” No, that’s the complete opposite Do not go down that rabbit hole.

Your results are a direct reflection of your actions and attitude. It’s not about what other people do or don’t do; it’s all about you. When you truly understand that, you can start taking ownership of the way things turn out in your life. You have the power to shape your future, no matter how bleak it may feel right now.

Start by recognizing that you can influence outcomes with the decisions and actions you take today. Taking control of situations is often as simple as adjusting your mindset and focusing on what really matters — developing habits and engaging in activities that will move you closer to success. Even small steps taken daily can make a huge difference over time. Additionally, it’s important to remain dedicated to the process and keep going even when things move slowly.


It’s a long game. Continue doing small pieces of consistent action every day to your business. If you truly love the business and serving other people, it doesn’t really feel like work anyway. Do whatever it takes to be in the mindset of “whatever it takes”. Not the blame game. You’ve got to stand up, take responsibility, be strong, be positive, say your affirmations, write your journal, whatever it takes to get in the right mindset.

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