Earlier in the week I posted a letter from Founders’ Crown Ambassador Jim Dornan about the Quixtar Accreditation process that his organization, Network TwentyOne, is undergoing in North America. Here’s his first letter describing "Best Practices".
You are attracting more and younger IBOs and more and more IBOs from different races, religions, and nationalities. It’s a very cool thing to see because it demonstrates what we’ve always said – that this is a business anyone can do. Regardless of your background, where you’re from, or who you vote for, this business can help you achieve your goals.
And just as Quixtar is committed to supporting people who want to own their own business, we’re also committed to acceptance. This means tolerance and acceptance of those with differing beliefs and viewpoints- different religious beliefs, different political affiliations, or just different opinions in general. And this means there’s room for everybody in the business – which is what makes our business so strong and so successful. We’re not here to exclude anyone; we’re here to include everyone.
So we all have to be sensitive of the differences among us and appreciate that sometimes not everyone shares the same views. It’s especially important to be mindful of this during business meetings where there’s a tendency to share your personal beliefs with others from stage. While it’s OK to talk about how important your beliefs are to you in your own life and how they’ve helped you build your business, it’s not OK to say that others need to believe the same thing.
The one belief that all IBOs do need to share is the power of this business. As long as we’re all united in our commitment to building Quixtar-powered businesses in the right way, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish, regardless of our differences. In fact, these differences can provide an even broader and stronger foundation for growing this business.
Thanks for listening,
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