Covering the Keys to CorVive’s Success

CorVive was founded on principles that were intentionally targeted to lift people’s spirits and give hope by finding ways to serve, and in this blog I  will be covering the keys to CorVive’s success. Do we have incredible products? Yes. Do we have an amazing path to earn? Yes. Do we have an experienced team? Yes. Do we have incredible field leadership? Yes. I could go on but the one thing that we really have is a lifestyle message that offers hope to all; and sometimes hope is all we need. I could have stayed high on a mountain kicking back on my ranch, but something stirred within me, a feeling that I recognized and a feeling that I couldn’t turn my back on; and I am so glad that I answered the call.
The more I see lives change, the more I understand why CorVive is needed: to create purpose for all those that desire deeper connection with their life’s purpose. I would encourage all of you to continue to love, serve and care. Share the CorVive message with haste. Give yourself grace, to make mistakes, to learn to grow and to become the best version of you. Ultimately, you will realize when you are in the business of serving your fellow man, everything else in life will fall into place. For now, that is all for covering the keys to CorVive’s Success.
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The Most Powerful Investment – Yourself

When we think of investing, our minds may begin to drift to the stock market, real estate or other similar areas which often conjure the same blood rush as striking gold; but more often than not, there is no get rich quick return. I, Jeremy Fouts, have often thought about what the best investment is; and even though I’ve made significant investments in things from real estate to stocks, I will always say there is nothing quite like investing in yourself. Investing in yourself is really the only sure thing.

You will often hear me refer to my ‘why’; what drives me to the finish line and this same passion is what will push you to invest in yourself. What exactly does this mean though? It’s simple and straightforward – invest in yourself because it’s a sure thing.

Every day you can better yourself to hedge your own bets, learn new skills and lean into pathways that better your understanding of how to succeed in life. If you want to invest in yourself to become a better leader, pick up a book and learn about leadership, then practice the teachings. If you desire to have better habits, invest in yourself by indulging in the things that will contribute to refining your respectable qualities. You quite literally are your most important source of wealth. If you really sit down and think about it, without your ability to listen, communicate and calculate you simply would not get anywhere.

From the day we are born we begin building skills of survival, but learning to recognize opportunities that allow you to invest in yourself turn your survival skills into skills allowing you to thrive. When I knew that I was going to start CorVive, I knew it would stretch my limits. However, I also knew the calling inside of me was too real to pass up; so I invested in myself, I bet on myself to answer the call to help others. To this day, I strive for ways to continue to build my skillset in a way that I can pass on to others. Whether they choose CorVive as a way to invest in themselves, or if they glean something in another way, I do my best to make a path possible for others to invest in themselves.

Do yourself a favor and find ways to invest in you. After all, it’s the most sound investment you can make.

Invest in Yourself
By |2021-04-14T18:22:50+00:00April 14th, 2021|Corvive, General, Jeremy Fouts, Jeremy Fouts Corvive, Leadership|0 Comments

Goal Setting

Keeping pace in the New Year with CorVive Founder Jeremy Fouts
Goals are a crucial part of making a plan come to life. I encourage you all to have long term, midterm, and short-term goals. Half of the battle is writing your goals down so you have a physical and mental connection to bringing them to life.
Your business will always have ups and downs, it’s the nature of all business. As long as you are filling your pipeline you will see an ultimate upward trend, year over year. By filling the pipeline I am referring to creating a log of folks that you feel can benefit from something like CorVive. Even though you may not get everyone through to the other side, there will always be a few who say yes and will run with you. The goal is to convert your pipeline into a handful of fresh faces, with good attitudes and big dreams.
Jeremy’s realistic goal setting challenge
I see long-range goals being about 5 years out, midrange goals 2.5 years away and short-term goals are 1-year goals. From there you can get a little more detailed, each daily goal cascades to weekly goals, and then into monthly goals and so on. By keeping your eye on these daily accomplishments you will find yourself organizing your life to fit in the things that are important, allowing you to further advance and those you care about to a place of realization.
Plan on winning at least once daily. Set yourself up for a win. Even though there will be ups and downs you will find confidence by continually working your way toward a win. And along with that comes a why. Never forget your reason for setting goals. Whether it be your faith, family, or fun, your why needs to drive you to attain your goals daily. Be in love with your ‘why’, it will pull you through all of the highs and lows.
CorVive events
And finally, events are a real vehicle to set yourself up for long-term success. It’s the difference between watching a movie on your phone with no sound to suddenly sitting in an IMAX theater. The success stories, the real people who are ready to help you get going, and the ability to judge for yourself the character of something that is truly life changing. Welcome to the New Year, the future for CorVive is bright and I am thrilled you are part of it. See you soon!
Jeremy Fouts Faith Over Fear
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