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Skills pay the bills!

Lemme ask you...

Do you ever wish life was a little easier?

I did.

I clearly remember the days (in fact many of them) when I would crash on my bed in exhaustion.

Totally defeated. Feeling like a complete failure.

Because nothing would go right. Business deals went south. People wouldn't do what they said they would do... 

I'd lie there staring at the ceiling, wrestling with these thoughts...

Am I crazy for being an entreprenuer?

Should I just call it quits, and settle for a job with a salary and benefits?

I have a degree...how much Is that worth? 

Do I really want to go around with a resume saying Pick Me..Pick Me?

WHY can’t this business thing be any easier?


Then, after I was done feeling sorry for myself, I would hear uncle Jim.... Jim Rohn…

“Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems, wish for more skills.”

I don't know how many times I've heard this quote. 

 Hundreds. 

And finally, that’s exactly what I did.

Acquired new skills.

Made myself better.

And MASSIVE results followed soon thereafter.

If things in your business aren’t going exactly as you were planning, or have hoped they would, here's the best thing you can do...

Get some new skills that will produce the kind of results you desire.

After all...skills pay the bills!


 

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