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Nov 25

Affiliate Residual Income Production and The Surprising Link With Testosterone Production


Affiliate Residual Income Production and The Surprising Link With Testosterone Production

By

Adrian Dorsey

 

Affiliate Residual Income home based people have likely wondered at some point why it is that some people seem to do this business naturally while others take a much longer period of time and investment.

There are dozens of reasons why some get ahead in this affiliate residual income industry while others seem to struggle for a long time.

I am not going to get into all of the various details that could explain what constitutes success in the entrepreneurship arena from a thousand different perspectives but I am going to share something surprising that I am not sure many have considered at all and which I feel could play a huge impact on the success one experiences with affiliate residual income opportunities.

The reason I am bringing this up is because it is an issue that I myself have recently had to face and with a little bit of research I know it has affected my performance in how I have been managing my own affiliate residual income producing efforts.

That is testosterone!

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Yes, I actually said testosterone may have a link between home based affiliate residual income producers and the amount of success one is experiencing.

This goes beyond the mlm marketing industry but it does apparently have some kind of role to play when it comes to any kind of commercial trading or marketing arena whether it is online or off.

Consider this article written at businessinsider.com  which offers actual clinical research on the subject.

“Researchers tested over 500 MBA students and they found that testosterone levels, together with risk aversion, could predict long-term career choices and financial decisions.

“Those who had high levels of testosterone and weren’t very risk averse, “were more likely to choose risky careers in finance.”

This is mind blowing!

The information goes on to discuss such things as testosterone being affected by win or lose scenarios as well.

When one feel like they have won at anything including affiliate residual income business then hormone levels go up generating elation to a job well done.

In the face of loss or rejection which is unavoidable in this affiliate residual income arena the stress can actually create an overproduction of cortisol which lowers the testosterone production. Stress can lead to anxiety if left unchecked, selectively reliving the negative moment, and this can lead to paranoia.

You have to see how testosterone can impact anyone’s affiliate income producing efforts!

 Lethargy

Stress

Lack of motivation

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Anxiety

Afraid to commit

Unable to remain focused on goals.

Unable to lose weight no matter what you do to stay fit which can make the above symptoms worse.

All of these could be indicators of hormone imbalance which could explain why your affiliate income producing efforts are suffering.

But do not take my word for it. Go see your doctor if you think this may be a concern and get it checked out!

I did!

All of those symptoms I listed above belonged to me. I thought I was having thyroid issues which can be similar but it turns out that it was a hormone imbalance.  I am doing something about it and I feel refocused  on my agenda of what I want to accomplish in the affiliate residual income industry.

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Adrian Dorsey

First and foremost I am husband to my beautiful wife, Amy, without whose inspiration none of this would be possible.

I am an online marketing entrepreneur, author, instructor of Yang tai chi and baguazhang kung fu. Practitioner of qigong and DDPYoga!

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