Len Hollon Prattville, Alabama, United States
“The accumulation of great fortunes calls for POWER, and power is acquired through highly organized and intelligently
directed specialized knowledge, but that knowledge does not, necessarily, have to be in the possession of the man
who accumulates the fortune.
First of all, decide the sort of specialized knowledge you require, and the purpose for which it is needed. To a large extent
your major purpose in life, the goal toward which you are working, will help determine what knowledge you need.” - Hill
I have determined that my major purpose in life is to be a Professional Network Marketer. As such, I will reach the highest pin level in my company,
helping myself, as well as others, reach financial freedom and security in the process. But, where do I find “specialized knowledge” to accomplish this?
First, there is a question that begs to be answered. What do I need, as a Professional Network Marketer, to reach the highest pin level in my
company? It, quite simply, comes down to two things. They are:
I need to get customers.
I need distributors who, also, get customers.
That's it. But, how do I accomplish these two things?
I must become a leader.
I must create other leaders.
I must be able to market and brand myself.
I must help others to market and brand themselves.
I must find others, like myself, who have an interest in NWM.
I must have a “mastermind” to help me gain the necessary knowledge.
I must have a “proven duplicatable” system to accomplish the first 6.
But where do I go to learn these 7 things? Fortunately, I met Bob Shoaf and he introduced me to a system that answers that question.
That system is Mentoring for Free. With, “Think and Grow Rich Lessons”, skills calls, archived skills calls, a coach, a mentor, a mastermind
group, and the list goes on, it's all here. And the only cost to me is my time and effort.
Ah, “there's the rub”. “MY TIME AND EFFORT”. The only way this system fails if I don't put in the “time and effort”. It's all there. I just have to do my part.
With Grateful Appreciation,
Len from “Sweet Home Alabama”