Recently, I was in a car accident. It wasn’t very bad by most standards, but it still shook me up, literally and pyschologically.
I was sitting at a stop light when someone ran into the back of me, knocking my car into a pick-up truck in front of me. Since then I’ve had some relatively minor health challenges, but I also had to make some other challenges.
For one, my car was totalled. I had a rental for a while, but then my family had to get by with one vehicle while I searched for a new car. The search took longer than I planned, but I finally purchased a nice, used car.
Between the injuries, adjusting to having only vehicle and the time spent searching for a car, I didn’t have as much time to devote to my network marketing business. In most businesses, that could be catastrophic. In MLM, it’s not near as bad.
During my time away, my downline kept working and my group has grown. I’m grateful to my great team and thankful to have a business model that kept moving forward, even while I was parked for a while.