Life Leadership: business plan and atmosphere

3 01 2014

As we come into the year of 2014, some people are resolute in improving their results from last year.  People are anxious to look inside themselves and find faults. The #’s of individuals who go out and get health club memberships and buy books in January is staggering.  But what is the results of this self-examination.  Usually by February, the workout facilities should become bars (this would continue to attract the new club members, 🙂 ) and the books assume their dusty realm of “I’ll get to it”.  Now, this is not new or even surprising information.  The question that lingers is that of “I want change but how?” or likely, “How do I stay consistent?”

Napoleon Hill (“Think and Grow Rich) and Robert Kiyosaki (Cash Flow Quadrants), both well-respected sages in the truth arena, wrote (over 60 years apart) that the atmosphere is most important aspect of improvement.  You become what you surround yourself with.  Good in = Good out, Bad in = Bad out.  They say it more eloquently, but you get the picture.  I am not trying to say that those around you are bad, or evil, or not good for you.  People just “don’t know what they don’t know” cause “if they did know, what they say they know, they would have different results, you know”.

There is an atmosphere of improvement. Whether it is improving your business or job results, improving your self-confidence, improving family and marriage skills,  gaining strength in your spiritual walk, understanding the deep principles of freedom,  or understanding the offense, defense, and playing field of finances, it all has to do with the environment you put yourselves in.  I believe that is all encompassed in the Life Leadership company.  I challenge you to prove me wrong.  Get around the likes of Orrin Woodward, Chris Brady, Bill Lewis, and Holger Spiewak and not improve.  Give yourself an adult time-frame (6 months to a year).  I bet the improvement is noticed much quicker! And I bet you stay consistent for a lot longer with the information you tune into.

Here is an example from Ed, who is a business owner for 19 years and initially, a true skeptic of Life Leadership :

I totally lost track of time last night watching movies with the kids.  Around eleven, I grabbed my phone thinking it must be close to ten and UGGGGH!  At that point I saw your text and got to thinking.  About expecting to win….. I’ve been around this organization long enough to know one can expect to win.  But what is a win and what is expectation, is what makes it a bit of a conundrum in my head.  The old adage you get what you expect is so true here.  If I get involved and do nothing, then I will surely get all the expectations that go with that effort.  But once I got busy reading associating and listening my expectations of a win started to clarify.  Through consistent effort to right the ship that is my thinking my expectation of winning grows bigger.  Like any endeavor without consistency it also can shape my expectation.  I can expect slow long coming results with this business if I don’t go make it happen.  Why still results?  Because this works and someone in your organization will step up and lead.  However, for me that’s not an option.  Expecting things, especially a big win in life is never fulfilled on luck and a prayer as they say.  It’s determination and guts that will bring home the win.  Recently I started reading A Whole New Mind.  So far it’s a great discussion about how we learn in this day and age.  About left brain mechanics and right brain art.  This “win” we talk of that is to be expected comes with not so much understanding the whole left vs. right brain argument, but rather by focusing on the practice of art with mechanics.  Dealing with prospects it’s the art that will drive them to do the mechanics that no one initially wants to do.  It’s a natural progression as with anything.  To get from point a to b requires c, so go do c and the wins will stack up.  But without the  art side driving us, the mechanics will and do bog us down.  For some the idea of a win isn’t expected and they’ll get exactly that.   Until we build the art side, “feed the elephant” so to speak long enough to change that expectation it will never change.  For me concentrating on expectation of a win is what keeps me looking for that next big leader that will benefit all our lives in our community from just being around them.  I expect myself to do the work for a win, I expect myself to be willing to talk through just about anything a teammate wants to discuss even if it doesn’t advance the ball immediately, I expect to have people be negative and outright ignorant about what I do, I expect that over time I’ll grow enough artistically that the mechanics will flow naturally, I expect that the next seminar is going to be the best because it’s there my newest teammate “sees” it.  I expect to struggle to keep tools flowing but constantly get better, I expect that this Tuesday is the one where a team member breaks out, and most importantly I expect to repay the efforts of my upline by paying it forward to the next individual willing to stand and say my time is now.  For all these expectations require effort and with the LIFE leadership community I can expect a win because it’s built on honesty integrity and character.    Oh and from my most recent lesson learned, you can expect to pay attention to time, it’s gonna pass whether or not you are noticing.  Sorry again about missing the call last night.  I know you would never bring it up negatively, but I hate the feeling of letting others down even if it’s something as simple as being involved with a call.   To this day when I’m late for work, I get all balled up inside like I’m going to get fired for being late.  I could only be so lucky eh?  lol 
Try it and you will like it.  “Hey! He likes it! Mikie likes it He really likes it!” (for my 80’s crowd)
God bless,  Aron Radosa
Steel the Mind and Tender the Heart
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29 responses

3 01 2014
ed fancon

Amen!

3 01 2014
ed fancon

Still kicking myself for missing that call! 🙂

3 01 2014
Aron Radosa

Ed, your email of your thoughts have so much power that rest of the world is happy you missed! Keep growing and leading! BBNQ!!

3 01 2014
Mike

Well said and absolutely true!!

3 01 2014
Jason Parker

What a great post! It is a great testament to the power of association. The LIFE LEADERSHIP business provides that association for anyone looking to improve their lives in the 8 areas of faith, fitness, finances, family, friends, freedom, fun, and following. Blessed to be part of such an awesome group!

3 01 2014
Wendy

Thanks Aron and Thanks Ed for sharing. It is easy to lose sight of the win when the struggle is still an everyday event. Defining the win for our life is sometimes the hardest part!!

3 01 2014
Aron Radosa

Well said Wendy. Define & win. Then the win becomes personal. Keep being a great example of a winning couple. BBNQ!!

3 01 2014
Mike Eppenbaugh

Thanks for amazing blog post and I am very thankful to associated with not only you Aron but entrie LIFE Leadership Community because this community is like a second family to me and they encourage me to learn more and strive to be the best me I can be then turn around shine my light in the darkness in this world ! Thanks and God Bless and of course BBNQ !

6 01 2014
Aron Radosa

Mike,

I am so glad you responded to this blog. You are an incredible example of atmosphere inwhich we place ourselves can change us. You need to tell the world your story! Send it to me. Any skeptic of the quality and results of Life Leadership will bend to the true power of this program when they read your story!
God bless brother,
Aron

3 01 2014
Cindy

good post, it encourages you to keep going until you understand and then to not give up on others till they understand and “get it” to go for their DREAM too. We always need to learn and change keep going no matter what.

6 01 2014
Aron Radosa

Cindy,
That is right. Band of Brothers Never Give-up! Never give up on your learning, your service, and your empathy! Cindy, you are the great example of each of these.

3 01 2014
Phillip Bontrager

Hey Aron, those are some great thoughts, and Ed did a great job of explaining how important our thinking is. If you hang around big thinkers it will definitely expand your own thinking!! So grateful to be associated with you guys!!

5 01 2014
Aron Radosa

As the cliche goes, You Must Think Big!

3 01 2014
Kim Morisett

Love to see the growth in you, Ed! Keep leading!

11 08 2014
Honney

That’s really thinnikg out of the box. Thanks!

4 01 2014
Blake Harris

Great post! It is amazing how the life info can make a long term positive effect on so many areas of our lives. Changed info = changed thinking = changed results.

5 01 2014
Aron Radosa

So right! How many want changed results without changing anything else?! Keep being the great example.

4 01 2014
Nathan

What a great post! This material can and will change a persons life.

5 01 2014
Aron Radosa

well said. what would you say is the most life-changing material you have used?

11 08 2014
Ranessa

Weeeee, what a quick and easy sooiutln.

5 01 2014
Ted Guy

I have just completed the process of setting my goals for 2014. These goals are set in the arena of Financial (personal and business), Spiritual, Relational (family, friends…. ) and Physical. The offerings of the LIFE Company and those in LIFE leadership improve greatly my ability to reach my goals. Specific to leadership is Aron’s integrity, knowledge and ability to convey this to a team of people desiring to improve their life. The opportunity in LIFE is real but what is required to succeed is commitment, action and belief .
Blessed to be a member!
Ted Guy

5 01 2014
Aron Radosa

Ted,
I pray those around you see the power you yield. Such a small, small group of men and women ever set goals, more/less set goals in 4 different areas. We are blessed to be in your circle of friends.
God bless, aron

6 01 2014
Lewis M

Awesome

6 01 2014
Kirk Birtles

Great post my friend! LIFE Leadership is special because of great leaders like you!!

6 01 2014
Aron Radosa

Kirk,
Your words are so appreciated! Everyone should direct their attention to your blog: http://kirkbirtlesblog.com/. The fruit on the tree is the direct evidence to your leadership.
God bless my brother,
Aron

7 01 2014
Kelli

Aron, thank you for your example! With your words, your actions, and your belief!

7 01 2014
jdwilson125

Thank you Aron so much for your wisdom. I really enjoy being around the team and what the band of brothers stand for with the never ending support we have. Not only for our teams but for are Lord and savior and are fellow man. God Bless.

7 01 2014
Justin Chupp

Aron,
I appreciate you taking the time to write up this
thought-provoking post! There is a lot of great information presented that is well put here within this post. I feel blessed to be associated with such a great leader as yourself and the Life Leadership community. I can not thank you enough for the immense positive impact you have had on my life.Your determination and drive is VERY inspiring to many! You do a great job at sharing the truth and bringing the best out of others that just need someone to believe in them, so they can believe in themselves. What a great example of a servant leader!
BBNQ,
Justin

8 01 2014
Jim Weaver

Aron, amazing post!! Ed is an amazing leader and he has been taught by the best. I have been part of LIFE Leadership organization for many years now and cannot put into words how this group of leaders has changed my families life. I now know what it mean to be a Godly man and husband, a good father, son, brother and friend. These things were foreign to me before information that LIFE provides and the amazing leadership of you and Phil Bontrager. Thank you both for your time, leadership and friendship. You and LIFE saved me and my family. GOD BLESS YOU!

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