When you hear David Imonitie’s story, you will notice that at 21 years old, he had nothing. However, by 27, he became a millionaire. You will have tons of questions, especially when you see that David was a college drop-out. If so, how did he become a millionaire by 27 when most people never reach that level of success? David has three tips for you.
1. Understanding what you want
Born on July 2, 1983, in Merryville, Missouri, David Imonitie dared to believe that he could become a successful businessman in the MLM industry. After dropping out of college, he wanted to earn money for his family.
In many of his speeches, David shares how he stumbled on various roadblocks along his journey to becoming a multimillionaire. However, he always knew he would become an entrepreneur. Likewise, he wants you to have a definite plan for your life. You should picture a life that you think will suit your standard of living. This will help to plan your way to reach the goal you always dreamed of. David also shares a three-fold plan to sort your life and marketing objectives:
- You need to picture your future that you can’t live without. Make sure you believe it!
- Make a plan to achieve your dream.
- Lastly, you need to work like your life depends on it… because it does!
Currently, David’s definite purpose in life is to positively Impact the lives of over 1 billion people with his voice and appearance. His plan to make his dream reality, is to launch a social media platform called Believe Nation which will be a place where the world can come to learn how to believe and recieve the mentorship they need to get to the next level.
2. Improving your performance
With every marketing campaign, you need to raise your BAR. According to David, BAR is an acronym for Belief, Action, and Results. This means you need to keep setting new goals once you achieve your old ones. For example, if you make a network of 50 distributors in your first month, you should look to create at least 75 more in your next month. David advises that unless you raise the BAR, your performance will remain stagnant and may even drop after a while. He believes you’re either growing or dying, but you’re never staying still.
3. Executing your plans
Success in the networking industry is mostly about visualizing the bigger picture. But to complete that picture, you will need to cross several stages. These stages involve multiple short-term goals. David always focuses on meeting these short-term goals quickly and effectively. He believes that if you stay focused and treat others how you’d like to be treated you will become a better person, a better leader, as well as a better entrepreneur.
David is already an inspiration to thousands of MLM enthusiasts. If you too want to walk in his footsteps, make sure you follow the tips above.