If you want to lean how to climb mountains, wouldn’t you ask advice from a mountain climber? Would you try to learn violin form someone that couldn’t play? So why do people join network marketing and get advice from their brother-in-law, neighbor or pub buddy?
If you want to succeed in our business, you have to get counseling from someone that has done it successfully.
I remember flying to San Francisco for a wealth-building summit. They had stock market analysts, currency traders, people recommending natural gas investments, penny stock traders, real estate investors, etc, etc. After two days in the workshop, I realized none of the “experts” made as much money as I did. So I left, even though I have paid several thousand dollars to attend and there were two days left.
If I had to isolate one thing that really allowed me to break through to success, it was this: Don’t take financial advice from broke people!