Share Your Story

Share you story:  Dream or Nightmare?

As a network marketer, you’ve often heard people tell you that you must share your story in order to make connections with others.

I agree that this is a great idea.  Many will not take on this challenge for fear of rejection, looking dumb, or just needing their privacy.  For the sake of your business, you need to put your story out there.

Share your story:  dream or nightmare!

When we try to create our life by design, many of us don’t want that glaring light of failure shining on us.  We want everyone to think we’re cool and confident.  The good, the bad and the ugly may bring more friends and associates just because of your honesty factor.  Connections can be made on every level.  Those past disappointments can cement you with others who have had similar experiences.

Quite a number of us only share success.  Many times it’s those failures that bring clarity, and hope for a brighter future.   We must decide to learn our lessons, and put the past behind us so that we can move forward.

Those cutting edge lessons encourage us to cut out those past mistakes.

My Story:

I am briar-bred buckeye. My parents were both born in Southeastern Kentucky and moved to Ohio before I was born.  My dad worked in the coal mines of Kentucky, and left them for a job as a city street maintainance worker in Dayton. My mother was a stay at home mom until an unfortunate accident left my dad disabled, thus forcing my mom into the work force.  A childhood trauma left me a shy, weepy, and wallflower type of kid.

I came into adulthood wondering what in the world I could do to make a difference in the world, and I focused on my family.  When I finally did get into the business arena…I had no clue what to do.  Along with all of those crashes in my many careers, I found new friends, new hope, and new experiences to add to my mixed bag of blessings.

Do not be afraid of those past collapses…hold your head high and share your story!

Watch below…. and let me tell you about my close relationship with failure.  Failure has given me the instruction I need to focus on new adventures, and now I’m pushing him aside to make friends with success.

I encourage you to Share Your Story: Dream or Nightmare!


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BG Jenkins

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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

8 thoughts on “Share Your Story”

  1. Excellent BG~! So true that we can learn big, important lessons from our failures. My failures have been both macro and micro failures. I think that it is usually the micro failitures that trip me up the most, because they are usually frequent. You were encouraging! Just pick yourself up again, and get going again~ 🙂

    1. Hi Cathy,

      I agree, we all have macro and micro failures. We just need to keep going from there. Thanks for commenting.

  2. Hi BG,
    Turning failure into a learning success story takes courage and talent. You have shared some very powerful words there with us, thanks very much. Very inspiring.

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