Alliance Activity Call: February 3, 2017
February 3, 2017: Andy Albright hosted the Alliance Activity call from his office in Burlington, N.C. to talk about "What's Next" when it comes to being successful in life and business.
Melanie Ray, of Dumfries, Va., joined the call to share her personal journey with The Alliance during the last eight years. Melanie talked about the importance of giving back to the team by serving others because of how many people have helped Melanie and her husband, Chadwick since they joined The Alliance. Melanie knows that growth comes through helping and serving others first.
If you don't go for something at 100 percent, you will be frustrated and not produce fruit with your efforts. Doing something at 50 percent capacity will only make you frustrated.
The Alliance is looking for people who are ready to go all in and figure out what to do next. If you don't have a plan and a schedule, then you probably are not set up to be successful. There's an old saying, "Man makes plans and God laughs." Make a plan, but be flexible for things to change. The better prepared you are, the more likely you can pivot successfully when obstacles appear in front of you.
Making the commitment to go all out for a goal is half the battle. Once you are committed, then you start adding next steps. What is next for you? Are you thinking in those terms? If you don't know where you are and where you are going, then you will never get to what you want.
It's great to grow your income, but you also have to grow as a person and in your relationships. You need to let it "occur" to you that you can improve and grow in all areas of your personal and professional life.
Junior Corria, a SEAL Team 20 member, shared his experience of moving to the United States from Cuba when he was a young boy. At 18, he joined The Alliance. Junior started slow, but his income has improved each year with The Alliance. He now makes more than $120,000 annually, and predicts he will hit $300,000 this year.
Life is about the choices you make and the voices you listen to as you decide what you are going to do next. Don't let your greatest victory or defeat be what happened in the past. If you don't keep enlarging your goals and dreams then you will not get better and improve. Don't make the mistake of thinking you are done with what you can do in life.
The more you sit and sulk, the less you get accomplished. Working with a purpose can make all the difference in the world.
Bishop Trevor Manhanga and his wife were visiting with The Alliance today and stopped by the show to speak to the team about his late friend JL Williams, who was a great friend of Andy and The Alliance. JL passed away at the end of 2016, and Manhanga traveled from Zimbabwe, South Africa to pay his repsects to JL's family. JL was a mentor to both Andy and Manhanga and they each shared some of their thoughts about their late friend.
Part of life is learning to understand and accept people. We all have weaknesses and you have to have a big heart to make a difference in the world. When you have a big heart, you can help people who need encouragement. Giving back and helping those in need is part of living a great life. When you have big hands and help others, it is amazing what you can accomplish. Think on a bigger scale and go to heights that most won't even dare to think about doing.
Big mind, big heart, big horizons and big hands will help you be as successful as you want to be. The best is yet to come. The Alliance believes that you ain't seen nothing yet!
Every Friday at 10:00 AM ET, National Agents Alliance holds our AActivity call (formerly known as NAActivity!).
Keep an eye on your National Agents Alliance email blasts for more information, and remember to email your AActivity reports to NAActivity@NAALeads.com by 4 p.m. each Thursday!
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