Len Hollon Prattville, Alabama, United States
THERE are two kinds of knowledge. One is general, the other is
specialized. General knowledge, no matter how great in quantity or
variety it may be, is of but little use in the accumulation of money. – Hill
When given a piece of information he was not aware of, Sherlock Holmes told
Dr. Watson, “Now that I know that, I shall endeavor to forget it.” When asked
why, he said, “Why should I clutter my mind with information that has nothing
to do with my [Definite Purpose]?”
By the way, I know that Sherlock Holmes is a fictional character. However,
the principle still makes sense.
I have just read my good friend Rick Burnette’s lesson. Rick and I have spent
a great deal of time together and discovered a great similarity in our histories.
Any way I agree with Rick on what I learned in the multiple network marketing
companies I had been with in the past.
Here is where the Sherlock Holmes principle comes in. MFF offers (among other things):
Personal Development – If You want to have more You must become more.
Colors Training – MLM is a people business not a numbers business. You need to understand people.
Proven System – No more lists and driving Your family crazy.