I just did a Google search “negative things about Google” and 117 millions results appeared. Now, if we think about it, the very search engine that we use has that much negatives, why should we use it to search negative things about other people and businesses? At the end of the day, I believe that you can find negative things about anyone or anything if you choose it. Why not choose positive side of things? Why not looking for what’s right instead of what’s wrong? If Google has that much negative results, why are you still using it?
Diamond Samir Attalah shares that the internet is like a public bathroom wall, anyone can write anything on it. A good person like you and me use it and see the ugly words. Even if we want to write something nice, we may not have a pen.
Failing is not fatal, quitting is. If there is one thing I learn from Diamond Samir Attalah, it is that he is a winner and quitting is not in his dictionary. Through the WWDB mentorship and Amway opportunity, his winning quality shines and allows him to have an enjoyable free life with his beautiful wife and kids.
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Have you ever looked at a group of druggy people and wish that your kids will never have friends like that? How about your job place? Would you put your kids in an environment like that? So why are you putting yourself in that environment? Some of you may say that you have no choice. Diamond Samir Attalah always teaches that we always have a choice. You may say that you’re broke your whole life. Have you ever take a look at the people you’re hanging around with? My guess is that they’re just as broke as you if not worse. So what is my point?
The point, as Samir always shares, is changing our association NOW. Every time we spend time with a negative friend, family member, or neighbor, we’re becoming more like them. You may say that you can’t just stop going to work. Yes, you can go to work, but you can choose not to hang out with negative coworkers. Because of great successful associations such as Worldwide Dream Builders and Amway Corporation, Samir and Theresa Attalah and many other families have become financially independent and accomplished lives beyond the wildest dreams. Hence, changing your association will change your life.
I lost counts how many times someone laughed at me for telling them that I want to be a millionaire someday. I heard all sort of things from “hopefully they’ll still be alive by then to see that happens” to “are you on drug?”. It doesn’t matter where I go, too many people don’t believe that they can accomplish their dreams anymore. The fact is all of us can accomplish our dreams either in finance, marriage, spirit, or health as long as we have incredible work habits. There is a reason why all these “glamorous” movies and TV shows are making big bucks. People watch it because they want those “glamorous” lives. However, they are not willing to make the trade-off for it. They want someone else to pay the price in order for them to get the results. That will never happen because what we sow is what we reap. Sowing nothing means reaping nothing.
Because of the incredible network marketing business opportunity that Amway Corporation provides along with an excellent mentorship system provided by Worldwide Dream Builder, Samir Attalah has accomplished tremendous business success. He is now giving back by speaking across the nation and worldwide in an effort to give hope to others that Dreams are still alive and possible to accomplish as long as we have great work habits, and plug into mentors who have fruits on their trees and successfully went through our challenges.
Most people believes that doesn’t matter what they do. As long as they work hard and long hours, they’ll accomplish what they want. Diamond Samir Attalah, a successful entrepreneur in partnership with Amway Corporation (the #1 Network Marketing Company in the World) and Worldwide Dream Builder mentorship, thinks differently. He says that it is important to work hard. However, it is more important to work smart. For example, I always enjoy changing oil by myself. However, it usually takes me 3-4 hours to change oil, clean up, and dump the used oil. Let’s say I make $12/hr, that is $36-$48 that I could potentially waste. Meanwhile, it only costs me $25 to take my car to a mechanic and get it done in under 15 minutes. Now, that is a bad example, but you see my point. Is it because I am stupid and take longer time to change oil? No. It’s because the mechanic has the right tools and equipments. He also did a ton of those oil change for similar cars like mine, so he knows exactly what to look for. How does that relate to long term and short term thinking? Long term thinkers are people who ask themselves questions like “What is the best thing that I can do right now in order to have better life 2-5 years from now?”. Short term thinkers are those who do whatever they can find even if it produces little results to get by similar like a job.
When was the last time you tell your job interviewers all the negative things about the company? Yup, I thought so too. Yet, when it comes to successful people or other businesses that they are not a part of, some people look for negativity. When was the last time people look you up on Google? Why is that? Because you’re too good, nobody has negative things to say about you? Or is it just maybe, you haven’t done much with your life that not only other people, but your own family hasn’t noticed you yet.
God does not make junk. If you want people, especially successful people respect you as a person, you should stop looking for what is wrong about someone and start looking for what is right. Everybody wants to do great things with their lives, even criminals. The more you criticize, the more you complain, the more you look for what is wrong with someone, you’re telling the world a lot more about you than that individual.
If you happen to be the one that pull someone down or the one that cause havocs on someone’s lives and businesses, it is not too late to apologize, to shut those negative news, blogs, and videos down, to repair the relationships, to forgive and forget.
Let’s not judge anyone in our lives for their actions, their appearance, their believes, their words. Let’s learn from it so that we don’t make the same mistakes to others. Because, according Diamond Samir Attalah, a successful entrepreneur in partnership with Amway Corporation and Worldwide Dream Builder mentorship, God does not judge men until the end of their time. Life is too short, let’s make it the best life not just for ourselves, but for everyone we meet.
When you go shopping, have you ever asked the sale representatives to sell you something average? or are you always looking for the best, the highest quality products and services that your money can buy?
You can’t be an average person and expect to have the best life. You need to strive everyday, to aim high, to strike hard if you want to live the best that life can offer. People don’t pay for average.
Diamond Samir Attalah along with the Amway Business and Worldwide Dream Builder has successfully trained himself to be the best at what he does. As the result, he has accomplished significant things in life including freedom from financial, time, and morale bondage.
Growing up, I always ask myself why I have to do things certain ways, why I have to go to school everyday, why I have to sleep before 10pm, why I have to listen to older relatives or family members even when it does not make sense. “That is the way it is” was usually the answer I got. Everyone does it, so we should do it. We should never “rock the boat” was what I constantly heard people saying. Little that I know, God gave each and every single one of us the ability to think and to know what makes sense and what doesn’t make sense, what is good for us and what isn’t good for us. However, he also give us the ability to make choices (even if it is bad for us). And every choice comes with a consequence.
So how do we know what the good choices are like? First, by learning from people who went before and successfully went through the challenges that we face. Second, by making bad choices ourselves. If you touch a hot stove once, I guarantee you’ll never touch it again.
Through the Amway business and Worldwide Dream Builder mentorship, Samir Attalah learned how to make great decisions and choices that led him to an life of excellence that he and his family enjoys. Despite all his success, he continues giving back to others and becomes an example to others of what a successful person is like.
Coming from Egypt in his twenties, Samir Attalah has seen and experienced what poverty was like. Worse than financial poverty is the poverty of the mind, the scarcity mindset, the dog eat dog thinking. He knew what it could do to someone’s soul and morale.
Through the Amway business opportunity and Worldwide Dream Builder mentorship, he escaped and cut the chain of poverty. Now, he enjoys freedom from both finance and time. He sets an example for his children of what success is like. More importantly, he makes it a lifestyle to help others accomplishing the same life that he has enjoyed for more than 25 years.
Unfortunately, many lazy, unsuccessful, ignorant people make quick judgement about him and the Amway opportunity through negative associations. These people are quick at finding faults and never look for goodness in others. They live in fear, denial, and has a victim mindset. They have no solution to their own lives, let alone helping others.
Despite all, Samir Attalah keeps his faith and makes great daily decisions to build the Amway business and becomes a great mentor to many.