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Back in 2002 or 2003 I bought an amazing manual that spells out how to sell other people’s products to make a living online. This is a video of me actually purchasing the manual AGAIN… Really.
Watch the video and find out WHY I would actually purchase this product twice.
Ever heard of it?
Do you think it’s accurate to say that a “natural yearning” is the primal instinct of what drives people.
One challenge of success is actually changing behavior. A natural yearning can be the catalyst to that change.
What is it that you could get excited about and see yourself doing for the rest of your life? (more…)
There’s nothing wrong with a little luck. Many people have benefited by being in the right place at the right time. It makes sense to take advantage of every break that comes your way.
But people who depend solely on luck to get ahead are bound to be disappointed. In the long run, they will find that the breaks tend to even out. We all get our share of the good and bad.
Can you improve the odds in your favor? Sure. How? By working hard to make your own breaks. No matter what the job, successful people will tell you that they generated their own luck by making the effort that created opportunities and then taking advantage of their chances.
Think about it. If you were considering someone for a promotion, would you pick someone who put 100% into the present job and was willing to learn all about it, or someone who sat back and waited for a lucky break? (more…)
What if I told you that I was 30 years old and was 6′ 1″ and I wanted to learn how to be successful defined by playing in the NBA. Would you think I had a chance?
Probably not! That’s exactly what happened to Horace Jenkins. Horace Jenkins always dreamed of playing in the NBA. At 11 years old he even told his mom he would play in the NBA some day. A few years ago, at 30 years old, Jenkins was the oldest rookie in the leagues history.
But how he got there isn’t the typical story you hear on Sports Center. (more…)