It’s about you, no one else matters. Just get that!

18 02 2011

It’s about you, no one else matters. Just get that!

I help people get involved with a club -VIP Wealth Club – they explain and train, how to use the Internet to make a second paycheck. This fantastic usage to utilize as my professional training force. So I may leverage my time, with more people, who require my one on ones.

Finally, real people giving sincere support, and their only focused, on your success. I mean, what you have been through, and where you are going. Your true story of being successful. They have no hype, on obstacles or objects, they acquired during their own steps. Your current goals, are where all the attention is focused.

You will have the tools, and serious training. Think about professional athletes. They must train year around. Watch tapes, and practice to keep sharp while maintaining physical strength. Why should you be any different, if you take creating a solid foundation, with real usable income, seriously. You must train, at least two hours a week. This by exercising that brain of yours. You need real professional people in our field to guide you. To show you how to use all those tools, to market products, recruit, and support people who you bring with you.

To be a great teacher, one must first learn. Even a Wiseman can learn? Always show due-diligence in researching material presented to you. That is what this is all about. A real human, making introductions to a source. This source, you may have never known existed.

Thank you for your time, and contact me with any questions, OK.
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14 responses

6 03 2011
Willena Flewelling

“Even a wiseman can learn”. Years ago I heard the old saying that the more we learn, the more we know we need to learn.” With that in mind, I would add to your statement, “Especially a wiseman can learn!”

Willena Flewelling

6 03 2011
billy1964

Willena,
thank you for the visit to my blog and leaving a comment. I understand and agree, learning is a first step in personal development. That is a required step in becoming useful to others.

As mentors we are held at a higher level of gaining understanding by unlimited research and application. Then we can share our knowledge with others for their growth.

Thank you very much for visiting my blog, again.

17 03 2011
Hazel-Ann La Fortune

Connecting with like-minded people who genuinely care about your success is vital. You made a valid point about the dedication and time it takes to establish yourself. I agree 100% that you need to learn, in order to be a good teacher. The greatest benefit of teaching is the wisdom you yourself get.

18 03 2011
billy1964

Hazel-Ann, very well written, and to the point. I can see that you have been experiencing much understanding, on your journey to success. I would only dream of such clarity, in the gift of identifying other, like-minded people. That is when one realizes, they need other successful people, to support them. It takes a team, and no one person will survive alone.

Hazel-Ann, this is what places you in-front of others. Your true natural gift of discernment. Then ability to express it, in the simplest form, for others to duplicate. Your are a credit to our profession.

We are honored to be in your presents. To learn how to nurture our inner abilities, for the purpose of helping others.

Thank you for your visit and please make this not the only one!

19 03 2011
sharisax

Billy, even though I’ve been to fantastic schools, I’ve never learned as much as when I’ve taught something. And what a fabulous way to live one’s life — to never stop learning . . . and teaching.

22 03 2011
billy1964

Sharisax,

I been raised by educators, and one myself. You must have a passion for others personal growth, to be a successful teacher/mentor. That is why I agree with you. Learning and loving to teach, is a rare desire. That you and I posses.

You have a direct comment, and I will keep it simple. We never will stop learning, and sharing how to apply the different techniques. That is our daily challenge!

Thank you for stopping, by and please continue to leave true content.

20 03 2011
Clare Kelway

Hi William,

So that is a question? Are you Billy or William? Important that I know just how to greet you correctly. This is the start of building a professional relationship! Being a student is always key to being able to inspire and influence others on this leadership journey.

Thanks for your valued contribution to our community. I am very glad to meet you.
blessings
Clare

21 03 2011
billy1964

Clare,

Amazingly to the point! First greeting, is very important, and I agree. Being on that professional level, is hard at times. Being aware of where you are meeting one. That will keep you on your toes, in delivering, the proper greeting etiquette.

Clare thank you for being a great leader and mentor. I always look forward to you comments. Please stop by again!

22 03 2011
George Tiganus

There’s nothing more important than keep learning. If I think about what I knew of internet marketing 6 months ago, it would be shocking comparing it to today. Hard work and persistance really pay off! You slowly start getting the feeling that it’s working for you too and this makes you completely forget the sleepless nights and the countless hours of learning. Success tastes sooo sweet! 🙂
Thanks for this great post,
George

29 04 2011
William Earl Amis, Jr. III

George,
wonderful observation on the dedication one must have to be in this business. It takes time to learn and then apply those skills. Also, mentoring others along the way.

Right to the point of slowly getting the feeling of all your efforts are beginning to payoff, with results of growth. That will motivate others and demonstrate, time is valuable in developing your real business. Not a race and never was!

George you are a true trooper and visionary. Keep supporting others, and stop by soon. We value your observations. Thank you for sharing.

16 04 2011
Marc Korn

Hi Bill,

Thanks for sharing another insightful post..

It is so important to connect with a group of like minded individuals or a mastermind group or a Mentoring environment where Networkers can learn to have success.

If you can find a group that is ethical and genuinely concerned about helping others to succeed and provides the tools and training for Networkers to learn how to utilize those tools, you have a great situation.

One of my favorite quotes is one from one of my Mentors..Brian Tracy:
“No one lives long enough to learn everything they need to learn starting from scratch. To be successful, we absolutely, positively have to find people who have already paid the price to learn the things that we need to learn to achieve our goals.”

We must have an attitude and mindset of becoming a continual learner and must be persistent and consistent in our pursuit to reach our goals.

If you continue to learn, you WILL continue to grow and you WILL achieve SUCCESS..it all starts with Personal development and self improvement and we have to be willing to invest in ourselves.

To your continued success,
Marc

29 04 2011
William Earl Amis, Jr. III

Marc,
your are a powerful friend and coach for all! I have nothing to add to your information that supports our topic.

I know you have paid for your knowledge of our industry. You have proven yourself beyond any doubt. Your a fantastic mentor and coach.

I agree, learn and never stop. This is a lifetime of personal growth. You have and will continue to apply many techniques, as you move forward. Sharing all that knowledge is a blessing.

Marc, always welcome and I look forward to your updates with Monitium. The first and only one stop platform. Amazing!

11 05 2011
Theuns

Hi Wiliam
I just love reading your posts.

We need to learn how to train the mind
it is not as easy as people think it is hard work
and persistence and focus on your Thoughts and
words,

But it is all in your hands and a will to change things
in your life.

Make it a great day.
regards
Theuns

12 05 2011
Stevie Smith

On the importance of learning…

… He was wise beyond his years. For half his life he has stood in front of a class, teaching to young and old about the things he knew and loved. On his 60th birthday, upon resuming his role as a teacher, they asked him:

“Sifu why are you still teaching at your age? Isn’t it time to take a break?”

“Because I still have so much to learn!” He replied.

Thank you William for raising the bar with each one of your article.

Keep the Smiles,

Stevie

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