The More I Learn, The Less I Know

Written by Dennis Eppestine

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My point is that none of this happened until I realized that I didn't know anything. Now I find that I learn something new EVERY DAY. This isrepparttar most fascinating venture I've undertaken, and it's filled with opportunities!

I read every article I can get my hands on. I buy NUMEROUS products, books, ebooks, and reports. Some of them I've found worthwhile and some of them were junk. But now I look at them differently than I used to. Instead of not even reading them, and just using them to make money, I read everything! I read allrepparttar 102021 time. Sometimes I don't learn anything at all, but usually I find some nugget of information I can use in evenrepparttar 102022 worst products!

So, forget everything you thought you knew. You don't know anything. Now read, think, listen, and learn. You'll start making some money - I guarantee it.

Dennis Eppestine operates 3 of his own websites at:

Deadlines are Lifelines

Written by Dave Balch

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Do you have an idea for a product or service that you'd like to develop? Are you waiting for "justrepparttar right time" to get it offrepparttar 102020 ground? Do you think you'll really do it? Set a deadline for yourself. Make a commitment to someone other than yourself; a commitment that, if missed, will cause you great embarrassment or loss of credibility. You'll be amazed at how motivated you get!

Somebody once asked me, "Why don't you just set your own deadline?"

My answer is this: for me, that isn't a great enough motivator. If I just post a note on my computer that I have to do thus-and-such by a certain date, I don't really take it seriously. It doesn't work, but that's just me. If it works for you, great! Do it! I need to make a commitment to someone else to make this concept work for me. And I do. And it does.

Find out what works for you, and then do it. You'll be amazed at what you can accomplish.

Dave Balch generated over $5 million from his home-based business. Visit to sign-up, for information on speaking services, or for copies of past articles and newsletters. Comments and/or questions are always welcome at 1-800-366-2347 or

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