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Remember how you could not wait for Christmas?

Published on 8/26/2017
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Remember how you
could not wait for Christmas?

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The most inspirational video you will ever see ~ Nick Vujicic

Little Tammy

Ned passed a young woman several times in the grocery store with her young daughter in the cart.  

The first time was in the cookie section.  The young girl was asking for cookies and Mom said, "No."  
Of course, the little girl did not want to take "No" for an answer, so she began to fuss.  "Now Tammy, we are half way through the store, there is no need to be upset, be patient."

A few minutes later, Ned passed them again, right in front of the candy section.  The little girl was fussing again and Ned overheard, "Tammy, you'll be OK, we just have a couple of aisles before we are done, then we can leave."

At the checkout, Ned ended up being next in line behind the same woman and her daughter.  This tine, the young girl wanted chips that were conveniently placed by the cash register.  Mom again responded with kindness, "Tammy, we'll be finished with checking out in just a few minutes, then you can go home and have a nice nap."  

It made Ned feel so good to see this woman handling her child in such a way that he spoke up and told her so.  "I couldn't help but overhear how patient you were with little Tammy and I wanted to let you know that I admire you for it."

The Mom replied, "My little girl is Carol, I'm Tammy."

Nick Vujicic | Unstoppable Faith

How Patience and Faith Will Pay You Back in Your Home Biz

In my opinion or, at least, in my experience, there are two kinds of patience that you can look forward to and will need when beginning your own home business.  

The first kind is the "why is this taking so long?" kind of patience.  I have personally been through that stage, yet again, for several months with my latest website.  This is not my first go round, so I KNOW that what I am doing will work, and yet, I still have to be patient.  I can remember my first go round, however, and what got me through the "why is this taking so long?" stage was 'faith'.  

Faith that your efforts will succeed is stronger than Belief, and it is almost as good as Knowing that your efforts will succeed.  Faith will keep you afloat and in the game until you do succeed.  Faith in yourself, faith in your decision, and faith in your home biz.

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Once you begin to make things happen, once your home business begins to build, you can look forward the next stage, to an 'excited anticipation' kind of patience.  I am happy to share that I am at that stage with my newest site.  

Remember, as a kid, how you could not wait for Christmas?  Remember the excited anticipation!   That is part of the good news that is in store for you!  

Allow me to add a little icing to your cake.  I ask you to also remember as a kid, how time moved ever so slowly.  The icing is that as an adult time literally flies.  

While your mettle is being tested, work on strengthening your patience and your belief.  Turn that belief into faith.  The excited anticipation stage (which is SWEET!) is just around the corner.  

Thank you so much for reading, my friends.  I wish you patience, faith, and success.

PS. My newest site is Win At Losing Weight
I invite you to visit to see what my excited anticipation is all about.



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