Me and Jerry Di Rhino Clark

Me and Jerry Di Rhino Clark
At Ripley Studios In NYC

Monday, August 30, 2010

Top Network Marketing Secret Is Using Posture Of Henry Ford

A top network marketing secret is to take the posture of Henry Ford and put it to good use. Everybody knows that Henry Ford built the automobile, however most people do not know his background. Henry Ford only had an education up to the 6th grade. He did not have any friends, he did not have any money, but he was an excellent decision maker. Ford reached a decision quickly to build the Model T car and he slowly changed it. For several years it was the most popular car around, however Henry Ford did not want to change anything on it when it was time to change. He went so crazy that he kicked out his ace production man William Knusden who was his top worker and he wrecked Knusdens car as much as he could. Knusden left General Motors and Ford stood by his Model T car, but the competition made it so difficult for it to sell. Reluctantly he chose to build the Model A car, but he did not have his heart into it.

Henry Ford was not flexible by disregarding his advisors and his customers. However, he did a much better job than people that have a hard time to decide what they want to do in their life and frequently change their mind about it. One is more likely to be a huge success when they make their own decisions and stay with it regardless of any circumstances. If others who are not on the same path as you are and they talk you into buying their ideas, you will not have what you want in life in the end. Lets say the people who pestered into their ideas drop your friendship after a while, nobody is going to talk to you then. Even the ones who previously wanted you to succeed, will not trust themselves into helping you reached your dreams because you listened to the wrong crowd. You must find coachable people who will duplicate your efforts over and over and build their people as well or else face facts and get out of the game.

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Lawrence Bergfeld

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