I was a senior in high school picking out where I wanted to go to college. Like any senior, this was an exciting and nerve wracking time in my life. It signaled the start of a new chapter, and changes that no one could predict. This sounds quite cliche, I agree, but nonetheless it was true. Now, I will not say exactly where I picked to go to college, but I will say it was a solid four hours away from my hometown. Once I had decided where I wanted to go and what I wanted to major in, the next step was choosing a roommate. Arguably one of the more difficult aspects of choosing a college, because you oftentimes end up living with someone who you do not know very well. Even if you choose that person, as I did, they can still end up being bat shit crazy. My selection was not 100 percent random. However, it was still random in the sense that from a limited pool of people, choosing her was my best option. Anyways, due to the fact that you live in a tiny, cramped, "no where to go" dorm room, I would advise any person going into college to choose carefully.
Throughout life, we are always told what to do. There is a certain progression to life, and we are pressured, socially and possibly physically, to follow it. This unseen pressure forces many a child to pursue dreams that may not be their own. The progression states, graduate high school, go to the most expensive college and get the hardest degree possible, find a job with that degree (given that there is one), slave away at a nine to five job, get married and have kids, work until you are 65, then retire. At each of these different stages in your life, there is always someone there to guide you and create an unspoken set of rules that you have to abide by. Much of the time, there is no room for you to really go out, travel, experience the world, or learn about different cultures through direct contact. That is, unless we break this norm. Network marketing is a type of business that most people consider "unconventional." From what I have noticed and experienced, network marketing representatives receive the cold shoulder, and the stereotype of being overly obnoxious and presumptuous. Now, I must agree that some people take it too far, and do meet that standard, but most know how to brand and make the most of it. I am here to tell you what are all the things you need to be prepared for when you start a network marketing job.
Chihuahuas are infamous for being aggressive, hostile, and combative, despite their small size. In fact, there are studies that show Chihuahuas as being more aggressive than pit bulls, citing the fact that they almost always show dominant behavior around dogs they have never met. What they lack in size, they make up for in sound. Have you ever met a Chihuahua? Chances are, if you have, they hunched down, bared their teeth, and gave the most menacing growl possible for a five-pound dog.