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by Nilda Oquendo

I think we can all agree that we have all allowed life to knock us down at one point or another and allowed ourselves to become victims of our circumstances rather than victors of our circumstances. It is so easy to wake up in the morning motivated, driven and optimistic when everything is going well…it is the hard times that make it difficult for us to find that same motivation, drive, and optimism. Here, at JV Commerce, we teach this method called “The Zone of Positivity”. It simply means keeping a balance of emotions, learning how to not get overly excited when things are going great, and how to not get overly “negged out” when things are going sour. We practice focusing on our actions rather than our results to be able to set self doubt and fear aside to accomplish the goals we set for ourselves.

There are many systems we could use to be able to start our journey into greatness. This week we will touch upon many ways to set a plan and take the actions necessary to accomplish it. The key to create the impossible possible is to have a vision and work backwards to make it reality.

First thing is the vision. Then comes the plan. After planning, we need to place ourselves in a situation to take action with our plan. We also have to prepare ourselves for all the negatives we will face on our way to accomplish our goal, and be able to control our emotions, actions, and surroundings as much as possible.

In just a week time, we will encounter multiple different obstacles, negatives, and challenges that will test our attitude. Learning how to remove emotions from the situation will save us much time and trouble. When we are in a great place mentally, we naturally impact others subconsciously because we are so excited about life. However, when we focus on the negative, we dig ourselves into a dark place and it becomes more difficult for us each day to step out of it. If we continue living with fear rather than hope, eventually we become so discouraged that we find ourselves giving up. Persistence is the most difficult trait to use when things get hard, but getting through the hard is where success is found!

Nilda
About Nilda
I am a mother of two teenagers, I was born in Puerto Rico, raised in the United States; Jersey City, NJ is my hometown. I have a corporate business background. In January of 2014 I resigned from my Compliance Officer position at a Home Health Aide company that I held for 6years to pursue my dreams of becoming an Entrepreneur. In April of 2016 I opened my own Direct Marketing Firm with a small team of 6representatives. We are now a team of 25representatives and this year we are focused on expanding our firm to market for our client(s) on a larger scale. What I enjoy doing most is spending quality time with my children and family; reading; writing; outdoor activities and impacting others in a positive way.

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