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Why are all these already successful people still buying how-to information and takes notes at seminars?
I think this is a trait of success. If you want to get ahead, to achieve your dreams, to lift bar on past and future successes, then you need to be always learning, growing, thinking, and expanding.
When you're at an event, take notes.
When you're reading books, take notes.
Even though I have my own mentoring program at http://www.joe-vitale-executive-mentoring.com/
where others pay a lot of money to learn my marketing methods, I still read, study, learn and grow. I spend what some may consider a fortune on books. I have this desire to know more, and this realization that I'll never know it all. So I keep reading, and I keep taking notes.
One thing note taking does is reinforce what you are learning. It also makes it more permanent. It's easy to forget what you think you'll always remember. Don't trust your memory.
Write it down. And later, review what you wrote.
If it's good enough for Ted Nicholas and Jack Canfield and me, it ought to be good enough for you, too.
Make a note.
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