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The 3 Stages of Growth of a Home Business Entrepreneur

“When building your business you have to be ok with failing forward – You need to break the school system training that you must get a perfect A the first time”

Your journey as a home business entrepreneur is not an easy one to make. There are many challenges to be overcome, new skills to be developed, and a great deal of personal growth to go through. But if you’re willing to pay the price, then you will create the life you know you deserve.

In his latest training video, top MLM coach Greg Gomez, discusses the 3 main stages of growth that you will go through as a home business entrepreneur. When you understand these different stages, and can identify where you currently are, it makes it so much easier to see the progress you’ve made and what is needed to move to the next level.

Greg Gomez: 3 Stages of Growth of Home Business Entrepreneurs

The 3 Stages of Home Business Growth…

1. The Dreamer – The dreamer stage is all about that first initial entrepreneurial spark. The first time you were exposed to a financial or time freedom opportunity.

Many people don’t transcend this level because they don’t want to lose the hope. People love the idea of being successful, but when it comes down to doing the work necessary to achieve that result, that’s when a lot of people become disillusioned.

The reason that most people aren’t successful is because they were sold on hopes and dreams and then when it came time to work, they weren’t really willing to get started to pop that bubble of hope. Because if you work at something and it doesn’t work out then that hope dissolves.

How do you transcend this? If you want your dreams to become reality then you have to work at it. More than that, the work required to achieve it is greater than you could possibly imagine. But just be willing to do the work. You don’t have to mentally understand everything that is required right now. You just have to be willing to move forward and “fail your way forward“.

At times it is going to be very challenging. Because of that you have to be ok with failing forward. You need to break the school system training that you have to get a perfect A the first time.

2. The Learner – Once you realize this is going to take work, you then start to invest in yourself. You buy books, courses and attend seminars. You’ll go to company events and get inspired and “fired up”. But if you aren’t able to channel that energy into action, then it is less likely that you’re going to produce a positive result in your business.

In order to take that energy and actually make it produce a positive result you first need to have some type of conduit.

Only 10-25% of people actually get to this stage. The main issue with this stage though is “over-learning”. Some people want to know everything before they move forward. The fear is that they are going to “mess it up”.  Ultimately what happens is that they become overloaded with information and almost become paralyzed to move at all.

3. The Doer – If you’re not implementing the knowledge you are learning on a daily basis then it becomes very difficult to see the success you want. If you really focus on action and learning from experience, rather than books and courses, you will make progress.

You will learn more in 10 minutes of implementation then you ever will in 10 hours of meditation.

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5 Comments

  1. LisaAugust 29, 2014 at 1:39 pmReply

    Great article! I see many network marketers get to the Learner stage and stay there. They read, attend every event and webinar, listen to every training audio and get on all the calls….but they never get to the Doer stage.
    It’s so important to learn and then implement in order to gain the skills and grow your business.
    Very few make it to the Doer stage at all. Experience is the greatest teacher of all!

    Thanks again
    Lisa

  2. Jerry NotpitSeptember 1, 2014 at 8:24 pmReply

    It takes both learning and then putting the knowledge to work. I was told that knowledge is only borrowed until you put it in to action. Then when it is put into action it belongs to you and actually benefits you. One thing about the learning stage it is a safe place to be. If you are in the learning stage you do not have to put yourself out there and here the dreaded NO!

  3. kezuyegaSeptember 11, 2014 at 7:23 amReply

    Amazing post. All things seem to be easy until you do it by yourself. Doer stage is always the most important!

  4. shaun wrightSeptember 15, 2014 at 8:14 pmReply

    Failing forward! I love it! I look at failures as just that, a failure. But looking at them as an opportunity to learn and succeed does seem like a much better way to look at our businesses.

  5. TroyNovember 7, 2014 at 8:18 pmReply

    So true…love the “failing forward” quote. So many people are afraid to take that last step because of failure…but in reality, who cares! So they say No… or try to cut you down…They are just the uneducated fools that want to be normal. Remember, 10% of the people own 90% of the wealth in this country….”Normal” is flat broke! I know it takes guts, but with perseverance, you can over come your fears. Remember, there is no such thing as a bad experience….just a learning one.

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