Paul Hines | paulhines

How To Avoid Being Broke And Stupid

Mar 5th 2011 at 4:55 AM

I got this title from looking at a video from one of my favorite speakers Jim Rohn, he goes on to say that we should all keep studying and learning and be open to learn from our mistakes. Learn why you ended up where you're at and if you don't like where you're at to learn how to get where you want to be and most of all have the tenacity to get off your butt and do something about it. A profound ststement indeed. Now that I've finally made the mental marketing shift I see things completely different. I'm able to look back at my mistakes and re-evaluate them with a more critical eye, its actually funny now that I think about it. How I thought I had all the answers when I was a complete newbie. I didn't even take the time to understand the most powerful marketing tool ever invented, the computer. I knew nothing about how to protect my computer or the true functions of it and wasn't willing to learn.

All I wanted to do was join a business and get rich overnight and I didn't have a clue of what I was about to get myself into, I lost count of how many times I was practically destitute getting ripped off on a constant basis all for being mule headed with all the answers. There was one question I could neve answer though and that was, If I had all the answers and couldn't be taught then why was I still broke? I had no idea of how to manage my time or what I was doing and I feel for the complete newbies who'll have to go through what I went through. I thank God I've finally found the Home Business that suits me and gives me the versatality and leverage I was looking for, an affordable business with several options to go in many directions is great. When you get a chance head on over to YouTube and check out some of Jim Rohn's videos, I guarantee you it will help you make the mental marketing shift that opened my eyes.

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