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Vic Brown . Gold SED. Bluebell Cottage. QUESTION: WHEN DO YOU START? ANSWER: WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED. The attitude ladder. 0% I won't 10% I can't 20% I wish I could 30% I don't know how 40% How is it done? i.e. begin to ask the questions 50% I think I might 60% I might

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Vic brown

Vic Brown

Gold SED



QUESTION: WHEN DO YOU START?

ANSWER: WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED


The attitude ladder

0% I won't

10% I can't

20% I wish I could

30% I don't know how

40% How is it done? i.e. begin to ask the questions

50% I think I might

60% I might

70% I think I can

80% I can

90% I will

100% I did i.e. as good as done already


How we did it
HOW WE DID IT!

  • BUILT A CUSTOMER BASE – Min £300/week

  • DETERMINED TO BECOME THE BEST AGENT IN TOWN

    The most reliable,

    prompt,

    regular,

    helpful,

    friendly,

    handsome……..

    And believed it.



We got busy first 82 team members
WE GOT BUSY – First 82 team members

GOLDS AT GOLD SED

STOP PRESS: SHOP AD 1


Nature or nurture
Nature or Nurture?

Bounce: How Champions are made

Matthew Syed

Myth: Success = Opportunity + Talent


"If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him, for an investment in knowledge pays the best interest."

Joseph E. O'Donnell

"There are four things that cannot remain hidden for long: knowledge, stupidity, wealth and poverty”

Averroes (1126-1198); Spanish-Arab philosopher and physician.

Many are pregnant with potential

but few are willing to put in the labour.

Anon


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