Dani Johnson Calls It S.O.S. What Is It?


Dani Johnson often talks about something that STOPS, stay at home moms, dads, and grandparents from being able to make a 6 Figure Income.  Dani calls S.O.S., Shiny Object Syndrome and it’s the results of the grass always being greener.

If you already have a lucrative home business or a legitimate way to work form home.  It does not matter if you are a dad that has been laid off or a stay at home mom looking to help your husband pay the bills and have money for yourself; no matter what S.O.S. will stop you almost dead in your tracks.  If you have already seen people just like you making money, 6 figures or more and you are doing what they are doing you should get similar results.  The problem is most people can’t stay on track.  Dani Johnson talks about people are always jumping to that next better idea and due to suffering from S.O.S. they are never able to put down roots or learn real skill.

This is one of the biggest reasons I don’t work with people that already have a lucrative home business they are working (of course I think I have the best income source on the planet).  I know I’m odd and not normal but if someone contacts me and tells me they are with X company and they just know mine would be better because…..

I’m not interested!  Usually I can edify their company tell them the reasons mine is “bad” and get them back on track.  Why would I do that?  Because their success is more important than a new person trying a new deal.  I believe you reap what you sow.  If I can contribute in some way to them learning how to avoid that next shiny object, they may actually succeed in life.  I’ve always said consistency is a 6 Figure Skill.  The only thing that matters is not what product or service you market, but are there others that are able to succeed, can they show you step by step what they have done and are you doing it?

If you have that, you can be a mom making 6 figures or a dad not worried about being laid off because he has a lucrative income from home.  Dani Johnson is right when she says, “There are a lot of great companies out there most people just won’t give themselves a chance to learn a new skill.”  Do you need new skills or do you need a new path?  If you already market a product or service and it is working than don’t jump to a new shiny object because it’s not happening fast enough.

Time is your best resource don’t destroy it or waste it with what Dani Johnson calls S.O.S.


To Your Success,
Stacy O’Quinn

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