An Opp. Hopper is a person that hops from one opportunity to another. Opp. Hoppers are looking for the golden ticket and never stay in one opportunity long enough to see success to the end.
Yesterday I commented on a facebook post about working more than one opportunity, and I commented on it. Then today I read a response to the entire post that made me look at what I was doing. The response read, "Looking at this from a different perspective...Would you rather sign-up under a leader 100% committed to a company, or one who was involved in several?"
I never thought about it this way
I was looking at my profile today and was reading some comments on my posts, and a friend woke me up to the realization that I am an Opp. Hopper. I am sorry friends, but it is true I have been working my butt off on two different opportunities this past month and feel ashamed.
It seems that I have been preaching to others to build their credibility rankings, and I have not been listing to my advice. Hopping from opportunity to opportunity is not good for anyone's credibility I for one should know this. I feel I have let my friends down especially for those who have invested in me to help build their TEAM.
I am not going to list the opportunities I am involved with or the people that shed some light on my wrong doing. But I will say this, I am going to fix this issue by sticking with one opportunity and seeing it through. This honesty may hurt my credibility ranking, but I am an honest person even in the articles I write. I am giving my word that I will fix this so that everyone comes out on top and no one will feel they have been betrayed. Mistakes are meant to be made so we can learn from them and move on. If no one made mistakes no one would hear a thing. I hope you will learn from my mistake and not become an OPP. Hopper. Find one you believe in, trust in and run with it. Give it at least two years because daddy always told me that it take two years to find out if a business is going to work or fail.
With that being said I hope that everyone whom I have let down will forgive me and understand that I am only human. I am here to help if you can find it in your heart to forgive.
Written BY Lonnie Niver
All the Best,
Joseph F. Botelho One Gram at a Time
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