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This is a major clue!!!!

One of the defining moments in my network marketing career is when I

realized that the size of my income is directly related to my own

personal growth.

This awareness made a huge difference in my life.

It allowed me to take full responsibility for my success.

Awareness is always the first step to change.

This is what I noticed as I went into the living rooms of my prospects

and distributors.

As I went into the low income households, I noticed that all I saw

were copies of the National Enquirer and other similar magazines.

When I went in to a medium income household

I found a few books (usually by the toilet!) with a glossy

gossip magazine in the family room.

Then when I went into the higher income homes I started to see these

people had library’s of non fiction books.

So what does this mean to you? I call this a very big clue!

All great leaders are readers. You will never grow spiritually,

emotionally or financially by watching TV news and reading the

tabloids. Remember there are only two things you can do with your

brainpower as it relates to time. You can either spend it, or

invest it. Time spent (wasted) is gone forever. Investment in the

form of learning creates a lifetime of payoff not only in knowledge,

but in income as well. Decide right now that you are going to

invest your greatest asset, which is your time, in learning and

studying things that will bring you closer to your desires.

When you change your philosophy in this area I promise you your income

will grow.

Your friend

Joe Garcia.

Dear Joe Garcia,
Thank you for tips on value of time. Time once gone, never returns. Optimum utilisation of one's time is really a great deal to deal with time. Time must be optimally utilised for the efforts to achieve the highest. Now question arises, what can be the highest? To my view this a real quest for a human for achieving the ideal.
I once again thank you for reminding me for the value of time.
Sincere Regards,
Sanjeev Bakshi

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