Business, sales, psychology, social dynamics, physics and science in general to name a few
Studying business and online marketing. Also a rep for a service-based MLM company.
Dan Kennedy, Robert Kiyosaki, Harvey Mackay, Napoleon Hill - basically the usual suspects
"Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn" -Robert Kiyosaki "If you're going to be thinking, you may as well think big" -Donald Trump "There is no such thing as failure. There are only results" -Tony Robbins
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Industry: Marketing and Advertising
Experience: Established Business (1-3 years)
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I once was a good boy (swear to God). I listened to good advice:
-"Do what you're told"
-"Go get a good job"
-"Don't glue the cat to your grandma's dentures again"
And so it went on for 13 years. I worked for living, life was predictable, and everyone was happy; grandma in particular.
I wasn't, though.
Broke the first rule when I decided to take up hang gliding to fight the fear of heights and flying.
Broke the second one when I quit my "good" job.
The cat was gone, but I was on the roll and there was no stopping me. I took on a job teaching hang gliding, until that business drove itself into the dirt (insert your own joke here ). Glad I wasn't the one driving it, but I learned from that.
I started a traditional business and in two years drove that straight into the dirt myself. I followed that up with an MLM op that ended up much the same. It was at this point when I came up with a credo that changed things around "Never go tandem when skydiving with a guy whose 'shoot never failed to open".
That's where Mike Dillard came in. The rest is history (some of it still in the making).
My Location: Vancouver, British Columbia