Did you realize that if its green then it must be growing and if it is rotten then it was ripe? So says Winston Marsh, Business Marketing Guru in his recent newsletter. Here is an excerpt from it … “During the last week or so I’ve been presenting a series of seminars for MYOB throughout New Zealand and I have made an amazing discovery. Most people prefer the service of your car service your brain! Now, what I mean? Well, quite simply, no one gives a second thought to putting your car in for service or get it fixed. They can moan and complain about the cost, but still I will. You may want to visit Western Union to increase your knowledge.
Why? Because they need the car to move! They trust him and have become dependent. So, no matter what the cost, get the car serviced or fixed or whatever. That could have to beg, borrow or steal to pay for it, but compared with the money and get it. However, it is a totally different scene and a set of feelings when it comes to investing in the most important piece of machinery – to make money, while creating a piece of machinery called themselves. Many people have truckloads of reasons and excuses to explain why you can not spend time or money to improve what they do … and some of the reasons are pathetic. “That’s the night Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is on” or “I’m too tired after work” or “I went to something like that once and I do not like” or “I can not afford it” or what are the reasons for not investing in his brain.
However, there is only what will determine your income and the level of success and that is your brain … what you feed and how you use it determines the outcome. Take care and fill it with new ideas and information, and richly reward you. The negligence and not fade. “The final word, I found that people who do not invest time and money on themselves and depend on your employer to pay for its development, dance to someone else melody. Leave their future in the hands of another person. In fact most people drift through life taking everything that was distributed to them. They can not “be bothered” to invest time, money or energy in themselves. It is much easier to float with the crowd. I also realize that many of our customers have to invest their own money in your training program are very committed to making changes in their lives. To advance by leaps and bounds compared to customers who have had their program financed by the company. When you pay for something yourself, you are more likely to value it. If you really want to advance in life, is not it time you started investing in yourself?