TopicInvesting in the Best Practices

  • Tue 17th Apr 2018 - 10:39am

    You must appreciate that the harder you work the better the results and the more fulfilling your life will become.Mark Reality Bending Secrets has concentrated on this subject as in his childhood he was blighted by lack of self confidence and low self esteem and would like to share his experiences of how he has overcome these issues in the hope that it will help others conquer similar problems.
    It's expensive to be a maverick. It takes time, energy and resources to learn what works and what doesn't. It's much more cost effective and less frustrating to find out what other successful people have done and do what they do.

    It's not as adventurous and maybe not as interesting, but it sure cuts down on frustration, wasted initiatives and outright failures.

    Over the last year, I've invested in a number of what I would have previously called expensive programs. These are home-study courses about marketing and business practices. I say "previously," because they weren't just $200 or $300 dollar programs, but rather $1,000 or more.

    I don't consider them particularly expensive now, because they've made me and saved me several times more than they cost-in some cases hundreds of times more.

    Another thing that helped me realize how inexpensive these courses were was comparing them to the cost of a college course. A college course can easily run two or three times the price of these programs.


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