Organized and Expressed in Action

 

Organized and Expressed in Action

Organized and Expressed in Action

Wikipedia and other online encyclopaedias are loaded with knowledge, facts, and information about the world and people.

We all could use the knowledge and facts to learn as much as a college student if we read every encyclopedia in the world once a day for the rest of our lives.

Nevertheless, all of the knowledge, facts, and information would be useless (how useless, as useless as night vision goggles during the day) if it were not organized and expressed in order for action.

Many of us have books and courses within us. We have knowledge and ideas up the wazoo, but what many people lack is the ability to organize their knowledge and express them in the form of action.

I say to you this day, don’t be useless with your knowledge and wisdom, use it to the benefit of your family, friends, community, and the world!

Of course if you need help with this, feel free to contact us!

We never really get something for nothing!

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There Are No Shortcuts to Success Except

 

There Are No Shortcuts to Success Except

Most people don’t want to realize this, but the reality is that there are no shortcuts to success.  Some argue there are, like getting a great resourceful business partner, getting inherited money to start or further your business… the real shortcut is in what and who you know.

What you know will come from books and people!

Who you know will come from books and people!

You’ll need a mentor and you’ll need to be fully educated in the fields you plan to go into, but you’ll also need to be educated in other fields. This is what this video is about, there are no shortcuts to success except to simulate as much as you can by learning from other people!

there are no shortcuts to success

Is that alright? GOOD!

Leave me a comment about how being around a certain person or reading a certain book has helped you shortcut a process or difficulty in your life.

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