#1 Crusher of Home Business Success

Home Business Success #1 Road Block
Home Business Success #1 Road Block

 

Have you ever wondered why there are so many casualties in the home business industry? We can be real here, thousands of people enter each week and only a small percentage end up making it. Is it an industry curse or is it simpler than that?

I find it comical, as I go through the people that I know, how many are in this industry. They’ve been doing this for years and I never knew. They never reached out to me to let me know what they were up to.

In the Video Below, we discuss what the issue is as more people are searching for Home Business Success. It’s a bit harsh but I like to “Keep It Real”

There’s no secret here, haha. I would love to hear your comments and your opinions here. Talk to me through the comment section below or holla at me via email at Sckrivda@gmail.com

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19 thoughts on “#1 Crusher of Home Business Success

  1. Renee J. Mack

    Steve, since I know the Lord, as you do, I automatically want to share ups and downs – being honest, open and transparent. So this message is wonderful and one I am posting and sharing with others. There are some that I have heard for the past several years that tell you "Don't tell people your struggles, etc. or they will not buy from you. People want to buy from people who are already successful." Well, to me t hat is a paradox (hope I have used that word correctly here LOL!) Being financially successful is only one area/aspect in all of our lives. We all are human with struggles in some form. Positive Confessions, prayers, staying the Word of God daily give me what I need to accomplish what needs to be done in the Lord's eyes – all of these struggles are meant for good for those who love God according to His purposes – We do neeed to share them. BTW, You are very expressive with your hands – reminds me of myself. I am Italian on my dad's side and express myself in arms, hands, etc. – Do you have Italian blood in you LOL!!

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      oh wow Renee, i so appreciate your write up!
      yes, we need to let people know that they are normal lol
      No, no Italian…I grew up in Jersey if that makes a difference 🙂

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      1. Renee J Mack

        Yes, New Jersey does make a difference LOL! Lots of Italians live there – my brother did for years. It must have rubbed off – The actor Bruce Willis is also from New Jersey and has that Italian flare to him too LOL!!

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        1. Steve Krivda Post author

          HaHa true that
          Bruce Willis went to the same school as my dad 🙂
          Different years though

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  2. juanita simpson

    I struggled with this also holding back in my bus because of worrying about what others would think & say thanks for sharing this i needed this

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  3. Jelena Ostrovska

    That was a big struggle for me in the beginning – being too concerned about what others would think of me. Gotta let go of that ego, and focus on what’s important. Thanks for that message Steve!

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  4. Dr. Lisa Thompson

    Thanks for keeping it real Steven! I used to worry about what other people thought of me, and it kept me in the shadows for so long! Not anymore!

    Dr. Lisa

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      heck no, it’s apparent by your success

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  5. Brian and Felicia White

    You’re so right that us being transparent is what will allow us to inspire and impact others who may be going through a hard time and need to hear an empowering story. Also agree in the importance of letting go of our ego’s… aka Edging God Out. Empty our cups so we can fill it will new knowledge and experiences. Thanks so much for touching on this important topic.

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Boom. Love the Edging God Out acronym

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  6. Lynn Brown

    It is true, our ego can keep us from achieving goals and reaching success. When I got into this industry I thought my knowledge was enough that I didn’t need to work on myself but in fact it was the lack of self belief that held me back. So I finally put down the ego and opened to learning from other successful people, and developing that inner self belief to have the confidence to keep focused and moving forward. But most people won’t allow themselves to do this, especially if it takes any length of time. I’m glad that you are bringing awareness to this Steve and the value you share will help others.

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  7. Katie Miles

    Steve, I agree with you! You can have all the knowledge in the world, but if you don't use it properly, it will get you no where. You talk about pride.. yes, it's easy to be too concerned with what people think of you, which is a huge stumbling block.

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