Chapter 13

SERVANT LEADERSHIP

For Lasting Loyalty and Personal Satisfaction

Derek Hall

The greatest blessings I’ve experienced in my life have come from serving others and seeing the joy and excitement that comes to them when they succeed in achieving their goals. It’s addictive to contribute to someone else’s accomplishments. Once you start to see the results of your personal efforts on someone else’s behalf, you just can’t get enough of it.

No one has ever been successful in or accumulated wealth from a network marketing business without also creating wealth for his or her colleagues in the organization. It is simply the nature of the business model. Your income will grow exponentially the more you concentrate on making others successful and increase your efforts on their behalf. Truly, this is a business model that can produce untold wealth by way of helping and serving others.

Conversely, if you are not willing to practice servant leadership in your network marketing company, you will never reach the level of success you are aspiring to, not even in this very lucrative business model.

I remember an event that took place years ago, when my two sons were about 11 and 13 years old. It was the beginning of summer, and in Utah where we lived at the time, the weather is very dry and hot at that time of year. Homeowners commonly use swamp coolers to cool their homes. A neighbor of ours, a single mom, had no clue how to service her cooler, and no money to hire someone to do it for ...

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