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 KLEENEZE TRAINING ON SETTING GOALS– YOUR REASON WHY

Kleeneze training from Lorraine. All of us come into this business with some sort of goal/ target of what we want to achieve. For us it was simply to earn £50 a month to be able to by new shoes for our two children. It doesn’t matter how big or small your goal is – it needs to be personal to you and have emotion attached to it. Most people’s goals in the early days are monetary ones – but it is what you want to use that money for, and how it is going to change your life that will be your driver in this business. Remember, your goals will gradually change over time, so it is important to revisit them often. Have your goals in your face with pictures/vision boards etc. Let them become part of your sub-conscious, and put a date on when you want to achieve them by. You will then start to attract your goals into your life and set a path to start to achieve them.

KLEENEZE TRAINING ON FOLLOWING THE SYSTEM OF YOUR UPLINE

All the most successful business models in the world have a proven system. We are no different. By having a system to follow, it means people from all walks of life can learn this business. It is really important to forget what you knew previous to joining Kleeneze and just follow the system without asking questions. It’s about having blind faith in it and that if you follow it precisely you WILL be successful. To me it’s a bit like following a recipe; you need to follow the method, otherwise, if you change the order of it your end result won’t be what you want it to be!

KLEENEZE TRAINING – EMPLOY YOURSELF – BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE

Always remember we are in the “attraction” business. We attract like for like with what we do and the energy we give off. Therefore, it is really important to be the type of distributor you want to attract into your business. Be honest with yourself and reflective of your own practise. Ask yourself these questions: Do I have a good work ethic?

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Am I positive? Am I reliable? Do I listen to my successful Upline? Am I teachable? Am I taking the required action I need to take to fulfil my goals? Is everything I’m doing in the business duplicable? Regardless of our skill-set in life, everything we do in this business is learnable. Just learn to become the person you want to sponsor. Sometimes this may actually be a case of unlearning our bad habits from the past and creating new productive ones.

KLEENEZE TRAINING – PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Wherever we are in life, and whatever we’ve been through, we all need to become a student of this business. Would you start a new career path without going through an induction period of training for your new role? Well, Kleeneze is no different. Speak to your Upline who will be able to advise you on a personal development plan to suit your individual needs. It’s not just about reading books on the industry; it’s about learning people skills, and most importantly – learning about yourself. We all have areas in our lives that we need to give attention to. Mostly it’s these areas in our lives that if left alone will hold us back from fulfilling our full potential. Mine, was dealing with the bereavement of my mother at a young age, and overcoming my weight issue from years of comfort eating to hide my emotions. What’s yours? What’s holding you back from being the best you can be? It could be anxiety, fear, time-management, or personal skills with talking to new people. All areas of your life can be improved by embracing continual personal development.

KLEENEZE TRAINING – ATTEND EVENTS

There is a great saying – “If you’re feeling DOWN then you need the event; but if you’re feeling UP then the event needs you!” I can’t stress enough the importance of attending events. Whether it’s your local BOM, a team sizzle or a Kleeneze Showcase in Birmingham – they are all important to get along to. It is so easy to put off attending something because collecting your catalogues at that point takes priority. Ask yourself – if you were working for a boss and you were told that if you attended a training event, you could have £200 a month pay increase – would you attend? So, why not value the