K.I.S.S. Success Tips
17Mar/180

You Must be Willing to be Bad to Become Good,

Willing to just start? Even if you’re a bit clumsy at first, sales can still be 
rolling in…

In Daniel Coyle’s popular book, The Talent Code, he gives us this powerful 
message:

“To get good, it’s helpful to be willing, or even enthusiastic, about being 
bad.”

Along with that, here’s an interesting thought…

We can be “bad” at most things in life, and still be rather successful at it, 
right?

Because doing something not so well?

Can still bring 100X the results of sitting there, perfectly doing nothing!

This is so true in business…

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All you do is send them leads. (they’ll show you how.)

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And you don’t have to be a “master” in order to start getting sales over 
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$1K in 30 days is a realistic first goal if you’re willing to follow their A-B-C 
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Every day we lose to distractions, could be $1k to $10k plus paydays we 
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Hope this helped and that you received enormous value!

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Until next time...Live Long and Prosper!

Talk to you soon,

Stan Fuller
StanFullerCoaching.com