Posted by Jack on February 11, 2001 at 18:19:42:
“starting block jitters!” There’s not a person that doesn’t experience that feeling when starting out. But you’ll overcome them.
Here’s something to remember: Experience will become you best friend. It will teach you what works, and what doesn’t work. It will also groom and season you in the marketplace.
Here’s another tip: When you study, it will also help if you ponder over each technique. Imagine yourself with the seller. Think about his or her benefits that will be derived from the deal you’re offering. For in truth, you are a problem solver. The motivated seller is under stress, and you’re offering the best possible solution to his or her problem.
In conclusion, I’d like you (as well as others) to think about this:
Each of you people that visit these newsgroups, and believe it or not, you’re on your way to having everything in the world you really want. But, to have everything, is a promise without a limitation. So my friends, you need to detect and free yourselves of any limitation that’s holding you back.
I’d be willing to lay odds that when you read the above, some of your minds said “No. That’s impossible for me.” That my friends is the “limitation” you’ve built-up in your reasoning process. But I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t belong there. I want to wipe it free from your mind.
Listen carefully to me. I have no stake in selling you anything. I don’t work for newsgroups, nor the gurus. I’m just “Jack.” But my message is this: Each of you can be whatever you make up your minds to be. You need not be poor, nor unhappy. And no, you don’t even have to be unsuccessful. That’s not your role in life. So, why are others successful — while still others fail at success? Simple friends. It’s taking in beneficial knowledge that’s directed toward your goals, and then acting on it. That’s the only thing that separates you from success. When you do that, all “limitations” suddenly dissolve. And it doesn’t matter whether you have a college education, or you’re a 3rd grade dropout, because taking in the knowledge directed at your goals is what prepped you for action on your part. That “action” (when taken) is what gave you your experience. That “experience” is what taught you to be a better person in your business deals. Your “deals” are what will give you the life you seek.
I wish everyone a life without limitations. To that end, move forward. —Jack