Territory: Florida – Orlando, Daytona, Ocala, Lakeland
Start Date: 03/2021
A little about me:
I live on the East Coast of Florida and have a 16-year-old daughter. We have two dogs, two cats, a gerbil, a hamster, and two chickens. The dogs and cats are adopted—one as recently as two weeks ago. If anyone had asked me six years ago if I ever would have had animals, I would have told you that was an insane idea. Now, look at us! I love our dogs. Anyone want the chickens?? (Haha!)
How did you get started?
I was referred by a friend.
In my experience, any roadblocks are created in my own mind. The roadblocks aren’t real, only perceived. Don’t we all have the good angel on one shoulder that knows we are capable like any other human being on the planet? Then there is the self-doubting angel on the other shoulder who comes up with the thousand reasons why something won’t work vs. the one reason why it will, the angel who tries to convince us we aren’t capable or it won’t work out for us, so why bother trying? You know the one. If I listened to that angel, I might try to convince myself I can’t do this job for reasons like the gas costs too much; will I make enough money one script at a time; can I really support my family doing this; I’m not as good as everyone else; is it possible for me to quit my second job and dare go all in; do I need to spend more to make more and how do I do that?
When my mind wanders like this, I reel it back into reality by looking at the facts and disregarding the emotions surrounding it. Emotions aren’t facts, and they are temporary. I can overcome the obstacles mentioned above in this way:
Regarding my doubts about quitting my second job, I’ve learned that I need to let go and trust that it will all work out if I am open and willing to do the work.
When I am fearful of spending money, I remind myself of what Eric said, “It’s going to cost either way.” If I don’t spend, it’s going to cost me. If I spend, it will cost me, but I gain so much more. And I learn to let go to get more. (Seems to be a recurring theme here.)
What do you enjoy most about working for CharityRx?
Do I have to pick one favorite?
What’s your best advice for reps?
Act as if ______. Ask yourself if you acted as if you were already successful; what would you be doing?
What’s the key to your success?
My key to success is remembering that nothing replaces action. It is up to me to put the time and effort into getting the success I want. I always find I am only in fear of something not working out when I am not taking action to get there. I never feel fearful while I am in the middle of taking the steps necessary to reach my goals.
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