Getting Started by George Madiou

Getting Started!

I have found that it doesn’t matter if you’re starting this month, or you started years ago, many people never really started properly and that is why they struggle today. The other point is, as time goes on, it is time to get started again.

It’s never too late to learn from your experience, experiences from this past year and before, especially if this is the first year that you are reviewing what you have learned.

One of the greatest tools that you can use to improve year in and year out is journaling. You will never forget the great lessons and also the ones that need to be avoided. Reflecting on your gratitude for lessons learned, both good lessons and painful lessons, will serve you for many years to come.

As I reflect on this year and write my 183rd article, I am so grateful looking back on the most challenging year I ever recalled for people, especially business people, worldwide. Looking back, I realize moves that we made early this year will help so many in our industry through our 27%er success system, equipping them with skill sets to help guide people that are looking for what we have to offer in our industry.

One move that I am so grateful for making early this year was bringing on a new president for The Network Marketing Magazine in our 15th year. This extremely talented leader will help guide our members to incredible success in their business. I’m proud to introduce my best friend of 42 years, my wife Debbie Madiou!

I was the first to be blessed with Debbie taking control of leading our company when days after our 15th-anniversary month, I had undergone 3 heart procedures, including quadruple bypass.

I’m writing my article on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2020, yes quite a year to remember! Looking back over my journal, I am grateful to God, my wife, Debbie, our wonderful contributors, and you!

It’s never too late to get started! Happy New Year.

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  1. Mary Jane Humes

    Thank you for the encouraging words George and Thank you too Debbie for all of your help.

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