To begin with fault is better than to hesitate perfectly. Margie Aliprandi shows us that when your vision is so fixed on where you are going, it is easy to overcome the self doubt you experience when you haven’t made it yet. Also, she shares tips on how to keep going when faced by difficult times in order to succeed in your business.
Who is Margie Aliprandi?
Margie Aliprandi is an MLM legend and a self made multi millionaire who has helped over 1,000 people become millionaires. She’s earned over $20 million in lifetime commissions. She developed her drive to help people grow themselves when she was 9 years old and read Russel Conwell’s Acres of Diamonds. It was her first exposure to the concepts of self help and personal growth. After she was crowned Miss Teenage Utah and then Mrs. Utah, she found herself as a role model by delivering motivational speeches everywhere. She eventually discovered her perfect fit when she encountered network marketing.
“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” (Leonardo Da Vinci)
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