People often believe that it takes some kind of special personality to be successful in a business opportunity like Dream Style Vacation Club. And so they can pass it up thinking that they don’t have a “sales personality” or that they could never “be that kind of person.” Although people can often be aggressive in sales and also work to get along with people; They would tell you that their success doesn’t necessarily have to do with their personality.
The first thing they would tell you is that they looked for a good market niche. The travel industry is good because, people; even in times of recession complete travel plans. Sometimes those plans are the result of need (wedding, funerals, family reunions). Other times they are for honeymoons, birthdays and organization trips. With more than 200 million baby boomers reaching the age where they are ready to use the money they have already earned to travel; this industry can only grow.
The next thing they would tell you is that they are looking for a good company with good management. In this case, a company like Dream Style Vacation Club is good because with veterans like Mike Robinson and Dwayne Golden behind them, the potential for training and learning is exponential and particularly focused on helping people succeed. A company with people like this tends to be mindful of its distributors and is an excellent choice for both new and seasoned business owners.
Finally, the most important thing is the attitude, not the personality. When someone participates, they have to have the attitude that the goal is the only important thing. It becomes more important than quitting, more important that people think you are doing the right thing, and even more important than having the approval of all your loved ones. You have to be tenacious to achieve your goal.
In effect, you must be ready to do whatever it takes to achieve your goal. This means that you will become what every situation dictates that you become. In fact, you are not limited by your personality because you are forced to turn your weakness into your strength.