Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2016-07-11

Chapter 5 - Specialized Knowledge

Hill writes "Before you can be sure of your ability to transmute DESIRE 
into its monetary equivalent, you will require SPECIALIZED 
KNOWLEDGE of the service, merchandise, or profession which 
you intend to offer in return for fortune. Perhaps you may 
need much more specialized knowledge than you have the 
ability or the inclination to acquire, and if this should 
be true, you may bridge your weakness through the aid of 
your “Master Mind” group."

When I came into the MFF System I already knew I needed
much more specialized knowledge than I had the ability or 
the inclination to acquire. I had no idea of where to begin
to look for the knowledge I needed to move my Network Marketing
business forward.

When I came across Michael's book, Success in 10 Steps, I 
knew when I read the book that I had found the answer.
And this specialized knowledge just keeps getting better and better
as this knowledge is updated along the way.  On July 4
this year this specialized knowledge just got a whole 
lot better.  

Everything I need is here at the new Mentoring App and
the only thing missing is my participation.  Just signing
up is not the magic.  The magic is my participation.  I
have to put in the work to make the System work for ME.

I can accumulate all kinds of knowledge and think I am
so smart.  But if I never utilize the knowledge and work
it, all that accumulated knowledge is useless.  All I have
is a "big head" because I think I know so much.  

Knowledge is a tool just like as any other
tool we use. If we have a comb and we never use it, what use
is it - we will still have messy hair.  We can have a 
refrigerator and if we keep all our food on the counter, we
not only have a useless tool but we also have a lot
of spoiled food.  

Specialized knowledge about our business is a tool and if not
used is just as useful to us as the comb never used and
a refrigerator with no food.  Our result will be frustration
because we end up with messy hair and a counter full of spoiled food.

My job is to "pick up the comb" and "put the food in the
refrigerator" and then all that specialized knowledge that
is available to me will become useful knowledge instead of
just a "big head" thinking I know so much.

Tuula Rands