Could You Be A Hero?

by on May 25, 2011

Do you know, scrumptious one, that there are people out there just Waiting for you to be a Hero, or more specifically, their hero?

  • There’s a girl gazing teary-eyed and despairing into a fitting room mirror, knowing that she’s going to miss yet another pool-side summer.
    If you showed her how you lost that 50lbs, you’d be her hero.
  • There’s a father having to tell his son that he can’t afford to send him on Scout Camp ~
    show him how to make an extra $500 per month, and boy, would you be a hero!
  • There’s a woman staring around her empty house, wondering what to do and who she is now that the last child has left the nest ~
    show her how to reinvent and re-label herself and in the process open up her dream life, and I know you’d be her hero! (because that’s what I do every day!)

Too many times we get all hung up on the marketing, the product and the dollars made.

At the end of the day, it’s all about the PEOPLE.

Or to be precise, it’s about each individual, lusciously unique being that you touch, uplift, assist or inspire.

 

They’ve been looking for so long, been disappointed so often.

They’re jaded and deeply suspicious.

But when they find a hero/guide/mentor/solution-giver, someone who cares more about them than the dollars they provide,

they’ll stick with them for life.

That’s wh0 you need to be for your customers, dear heart.

 

You start off doing it for free ~ on Facebook, Twitter and blogs like this one, and this one, and (blush), the one you’re on!

You teach and encourage, guide and connect.

Share your story, your trials and tribulations and your successes.

Show them it can be done.

And then when you recommend something for them to invest in, they will.

In droves.

Because as one of my mentors, Joe Schroeder, says ~

“The money you want is in other people’s pockets.”

And they will willingly share it with you when you give them what they want most.

To feel good.

 

So, who can you be a Hero for today?

 

 

 

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Stella @Productive Internet Business May 26, 2011 at 7:11 pm

This post just reminds me of how I feel sometimes and look forward to just having someone come around just at that time, to say ‘it will be well with you”. That’s me, sometimes waiting for my hero.

And you’re right, it’s not just me – everyone longs for a hero in their weakest moments.

And oh how fulfilling it can be to just be step in to meet someone at the point of their need (for a hero). Blogging helps to reach out to more people in real time.

Thanks for sharing this, Jacqui
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Holly May 26, 2011 at 8:32 pm

What a great way to put it!! Awesome as usual, Great Goddess!
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Marty May 27, 2011 at 10:34 am

Good luck with the every day content writing. That takes some doing, I know from my own experience. Just providing that extra little bit of help for people really does make a difference, even if it doesn’t seem so explicitly. Good article. Thanks
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Kellie Hosaka@home business residual income May 28, 2011 at 7:34 am

Aloha Jacqui,

I love this post! Yes, as the saying goes “You may be only one person in this world, but to one person, you may be the world”! Everybody is a hero to someone else and we all have a huge impact on each other.

And you dear Goddess are doing that right now! You are being “the hero” to so many! Thank you for sharing yourself, your journey, and your wisdom!

Much love,
Kellie 🙂
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Linda Paull May 30, 2011 at 5:30 am

This is very inspirational and is worth sharing around. It’s also really well-written. Well done.
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Mark Testa@california sell my house December 16, 2011 at 10:57 pm

We receive opportunities to be heroes everyday. In my view, this is a gift. This is an opportunity not only to make others happy, but more importantly to make us happy as well. I’m just not too sure why a lot of people tend to be uncomfortable with it. I believe that we live for each other. We are going to help each other out.

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