Are You Willing To Transform To Become A Successful Entrepreneur?

Change to Successful Entrepreneur

Are You Willing To Change To Be A Successful Entrepreneur?

How long are you willing to “give it your all” to become a successful entrepreneur?  Many people ask me how did I know that I was in the “right” business and how long did it take me to be successful?  Thinking back, it’s been over 15 years now, I didn’t feel I had a choice. 🙄  After working so long in a corporate job, I had already lost 13 years of my life and 8 precious years of my son’s life, so when I decided to “go for it” with my home based network marketing business…I gave it everything I had!  You see, for me, it wasn’t really about the business, it was my son’s life!! 😯  It’s hard to explain today, however, back then, I felt like I couldn’t miss one more day of his life, so I had to make this work at all costs!  It felt like a life or death situation, even though it wasn’t, that’s what my mind “tricked” me to believe, and guess what…it worked! 😯

The Road Less Traveled – Successful Entrepreneur

Success is a journey, not a destination and once we choose to be an entrepreneur, we are on the road less traveled.  It’s important to keep our eyes on our goals, keep moving forward, and never look back.  So how long should we travel this road?  Until!  Yes, until we feel successful. Keep on following our Road to Success (click for posts) and the big secret, which is to always have mentors and coaches in our life who have been down the road we are now traveling.  For over 15 years, I have walked down this road to success with a mentor or coach everyday of my journey.  This one tip will save you years of pain. 😥  The road will still be uncomfortable because we all must grow and build our muscles, however, it is much less painful when we have an experienced mentor by our side.

How Do We Transform?

Because most of us were brought up to be employees, Metamorphosis from Employee to Entrepreneurthere is a metamorphosis which must take place for us to become successful entrepreneurs. It’s like the transformation a caterpillar must go through to become a butterfly.  A caterpillar crawls on the ground or on leaves and has a limited view of the world, then one day, the caterpillar feels like he/she should become more, so the caterpillar spins a cocoon and is in the “dark” contemplating becoming a butterfly.  The caterpillar must leave all thoughts of his past life as a caterpillar behind, and dream only of BEcoming a butterfly.  The caterpillar develops wings and then struggles to break open the dark cocoon.  After building his/her strength, the butterfly’s new wings start to poke the cocoon and a beam of light shines into the dark cocoon.Changing To Become A Successful Network Marketer The butterfly keeps strengthening his/her wings by trying again and again, and then the cocoon breaks open and the butterfly is free. The new butterfly starts flapping his/her wings and realizes he/she is flying! 😀

Here’s our personal message on the Transformation To Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur:

We hope the road to success and the journey we are on is becoming clearer to you.  It’s not always the easiest road, however, it is worth it!  And by the way, success is truly a journey, not a destination and life becomes such a joy and a blessing. 😀

If you would like more insight on the specific values and beliefs you must change in your transformation, sign up for our free videos below.  It’ll save you a lot of time, as it took me over 10 years to figure out. 🙄

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Sending you a lot of “Aloha” (love) & “Mahalo” (thank you) for being a part of our “Ohana” (family)!

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25 Comments For This Post

  1. lani iokua Says:

    Mahalo for another great blog!!Yes success is a Journey! I love your metaphor of the butterfly and a parent and child!

    Mahalo Nui Loa,

  2. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Lani,
    Mahalo for your comments and I’m glad you were the first one to comment today! Thank you and I’m happy you loved the metaphor! 🙂

  3. Val Wilcox Says:

    Oh Kellie,
    I love it! Your message spoke of such empowering words. The journey to discover and use your wings is filled with many learning experiences. The support of one who’s been there is so important. Your post gave me an aha moment and brought it closer to my heart.

    I choose to develop and spread my wings and fly alongside all the other butterflies who have traversing the path less traveled.

    Mahalo for being who you are!
    Val 🙂
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  4. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Val,
    I am so glad you loved it! Thank you for your kind comments and I am so happy you got an aha moment! You are now on your road less traveled and ready to develop and spread your wings Val! Very cool! Aloha 🙂

  5. Tinei Says:

    Yes Kellie, I guess we were on the same wavelength. And I’d just like to give a spiritual thank you because I have been sort of trying to get myself back to where my higher self is my source of thought. And being on the same wavelength with you lets me know that I’m on the right path :).

    But anyway, I loved the blog. I think this is another one that will help me in the long run as I go on my journey. Like you said in this post we must make a decision and just to let you know, I am willing to give my all Until… And I really do agree that success is not in the destination but in the journey.

    Mahalo for all your beautiful posts, and for being such a great leader.
    Much alofa to you && all that you give,

  6. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Tinei,
    You are such a joy and it makes me happy that you are enjoying our posts! You are definitely on the right path. Listen to your higher self and walk in that direction. You’ll feel good, so you’ll know you are heading in the right way. I am so happy you are committed until..success is now yours. Aloha 🙂

  7. Emmie Olivas Says:

    Wow, what a great message and a story to explain your message. Keep up the good work.


  8. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Thank you Emmie! So nice to meet you here on our blog! We are so happy you enjoyed out blog post! Aloha 🙂

  9. David Keane Says:

    You know what………….I really am being spoken to this morning!!! Between this beautiful post Kellie and your FB post on Dan Millman’s thoughts on the topic of Law of Surrender my focus has been completely transformed!

    Thank you for being who you are, for doing it so well and for being part of my life.


  10. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Awe, that’s so sweet Dave! I am so glad you enjoyed our blog posts and our FB post! Please come back and enjoy all of our other posts. I am looking forward to hearing your comments. Much aloha 🙂

  11. Jacqueline Gates Says:

    Oh I am sooooo guilty of this! Usually I put a timeframe on my goals ~ but ironically, it’s a time frame set by the actions of Somebody Else.

    In other words, if this person did this thing in 6 months, then I should be able to do so too. And if I don’t, I’m a failure and I quit.

    How daft is that?!

    Thanks for the aha moment, goddess Kellie.

    You are such a blessing in my life.
    the goddess known as Jacqui
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  12. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Jacqui,
    You are so funny! I am glad you gained some insight for our post. I love that you had a “aha” moment. Those are the best! You are a blessing my life too! Much love & gratitude 🙂

  13. Shannon Tecson Says:

    Aloha Kellie,
    I love the metaphor of transformation using the caterpillar to the butterfly! Indeed, it is such a pure live example of how many of us go through this metamorphosis stage. And you’re right, it was only because of having mentors like you and Cheryl to guide me and stick with me in the dark, that I was able to continue through and press on during these stages of growth. Not to mention, I always asked for “HELP!” One of the characteristics that also brought me through the dark was “commitment.” By being committed to what I am doing, it gave me a “sense” of hope that one day soon, this too shall pass and that I will come out better than before. And it’s true, I have and I am. I am enjoying this journey tremendously because I have accepted that there really is no destination, it’s a journey of becoming…
    I love you Kellie!
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  14. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Shannon! Yes, commitment is so crucial to success and happiness. Once your on the journey, everyday is so much fun! Love you too 🙂

  15. Kim Jensen Says:

    Hey Kellie, I’m glad to see you’re keeping up the motivating articles!I love the butterfly analogy. the one I use most concerning butterflies is to not chase them but to allow them to land on your shoulder. Cheesy, I know but I dig it. I miss your voice on the calls, but I know you are doing just great.
    Always your friend, Kim
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  16. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Kim! So glad to see you on our blog! I love the way you think Kim. 🙂 I miss you too! Please keep in touch okay? Aloha 🙂

  17. Enomfon Says:

    Yeah Kelie! I see what you mean there. We are on the same page, indeed! Its amazing this journey of change and how some seem to not really enjoy the ride of change. But there is one CONSTANT in life and that is the REALITY OF CHANGE! Great stuff, Kellie! Let’s go!
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  18. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Enomfon! I am so glad you are enjoying the changes along your journey. Thank you for your kind comments. Yes, let’s go! Aloha 🙂

  19. Arlan Murata Says:

    Hey Kellie: You’re the talented one who took action, ahwee! Appreciate this post as risks are needed to change, we need to cross the bridge when we get to it, not stop. Keep shinning your light, oh enlighten one. Mahalo

  20. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Arlan,
    You are so sweet and I so cherish our friendship! Please know you have so much wisdom too Arlan. I believe we all have our “calling” in life…sometimes being willing to step into the vehicle which will take us there is where the hesitation may be. Believe me dear friend, if I can do it, anyone can! Much aloha<3
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  21. Jeff Jenson Says:


    Good article, I loved the butterfly analogy. I am a new member of the tribe. Look forward to getting to know you. I too am an entrepreneur.

  22. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Jeff,
    Mahalo (thank you) for visiting us today! Very nice to meet you Jeff! Aloha 🙂
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  23. Tim Nichols Says:

    Aloha Kellie:) enjoyed the article and video very much.

  24. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Tim,
    Bozo the clown! You are too funny! Thank you for your comments! I am so glad you are enjoying our posts. Aloha 🙂

  25. Nathalie Says:

    I loved your video…You are a great story telling!! Great blog post!

    ~ Nathalie
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