By: Alterick Bullock
Training with Team National is a lot like going to the gym. I work out 3-4 times a week. I have learned to equip myself with certain tools to continue my weekly regimen. Dedication helps me in making sure I stick to my plan of achieving my goal. Diligence helps me in keeping constant application towards my goal. Discipline aids me in keeping a mental focus because every desirable goal begins in the mind. Keeping an open mind, I learn new exercises and other health-related information to move beyond my “comfort zone”. Training is key because it helps you to grow and ascend to reach new heights, whether it’s in life or business. Being human, sometimes we get discouraged and want to quit, stopping our momentum to learn something entirely new. No matter how good you are at something, there is always room for improvement while continuing with your momentum.
Life itself, is a training process because of the trials and tribulations we endure throughout our lives. One of the most important, if not the most important, is FAITH. You even need to have faith when you exercise. How does faith pertain to exercise? When you start a new exercise program, you have to condition your mind and body to get used to the repetitions which is where training comes into play. If you did not have faith, you would not even attempt to start the program to reach your desired goal. Having faith and preparing yourself are two important things you can apply to anything worth pursuing in life, including achieving Double Platinum status with Team National. Every goal is attainable when the right steps are taken. As an Independent Marketing Director, staying focused, dedicated, and disciplined are all requirements to reaching Double Platinum status. This means having an open mind along the way, all the while using the baseball system, constant training and business tools, as well as attending local and national events. The most successful people realize keeping up momentum and becoming successful does not happen without a combination of all of these.