Monday, July 5, 2010

Follow the Leader!

Today I want to continue the discussion on Leadership. Some of us want to lead and some want to follow. I'll be the first to tell you that I am still following. I have many mentors that I watch and accept guidance from them. But at the same time, I am learning to Lead.
At first this was difficult for me because I was unsure of myself. I wasn't confident. But with time and personal development I am learning that I am able to lead. You see I am 23 and everyone in my group is older, so it took me some time to realize that this matter didn't affect my group. We all have a strong relationship, they trust me. They see me building and working the business and they see me having success. I believe this has helped them create belief in me.

The funny thing is that when I duplicate, I gain more confidence within myself. You know the first couple of years I struggled in this business. At the time I thought I was using the right "system" of contacting family and friends. But I wasn't bringing anyone into the business. I am sure I looked like a desperate person trying to get anyone into my opportunity. So after some time I started doubting myself and what I was capable of. Finally I was introduced to Mentoring for Free and the 'Success in 10 Steps' ebook. After sometime I realized in wasn't my fault.

Wow! It wasn't my fault! Here it is about a year later, and I am still very happy with Mentoring for Free. I have found some strong leaders who have a servants heart and want me and my group to succeed. I am growing into the leader and person I want to be. I want to help as many people as I can.

If you are frustrated like I once was, then read this free ebook, you have nothing to loose:

I appreciate YOU,
Stefanie Sanspree

3 comments:

  1. Hi Stephanie!

    Well you could have fooled me, after reading so many of your posts over this last year, I have never seen you as anything BUT a leader! So never doubt yourself again, and let this be a lesson to anyone doubting yourself, that you have leadership in you, all you need is a willingness to help others and lead by example!

    Great post Stephanie, thanks!
    Vicki

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  2. At your age, I was leading 100s of people. Age is just a number. Never let it hold you back - whether people tell you that you are too young or too old. There's no magical age at which someone says 'oh, by the way, you're now the right age.' Just do what you need to do.

    Rebecca
    The Bexter Review

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  3. People who make excuses that they are too young and too old are going taking themselves out of the industry very fast!! Lets just do it and win big!!!

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