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Top Network Marketing Truth On Avoiding Procrastination Today

Published on 9/30/2017
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Derrick Big D Szpotek discusses the top network marketing truth on how avoid procrastinating today so that you can do what others can't tommorow!

Derrick BigD Szpotek Wayne, MI, United States

Posted: 2017-09-27

Hill Writes: "INDECISION is a habit which usually begins in youth. The habit takes on permanency as the youth goes through grade school, high school, and even through college, without DEFINITENESS OF PURPOSE. The major weakness of all educational systems is that they neither teach nor encourage the habit of DEFINITE DECISION."  It would be beneficial if no college would permit the enrollment of any student, unless and until the student declared his major purpose in matriculating. It would be of still greater benefit if every student who enters the graded schools were compelled to accept training in the HABIT OF DECISION, and forced to pass a satisfactory examination on this subject before being permitted to advance in the grades."

This resonated with me very heavily because I lived it. As I was finishing High School, I went through a period of indecision on what I wanted to become and how college would provide the tools and knowledge to obtain this. I thought about going into Law, and believed that was where I wanted to and would be able to "make my Mark!" 

Those thoughts although, didn't start with me. My father and mother both kept encouraging me to become a Lawyer, mostly and humorously because I was a good arguer. I had proven this to them time and time again, so that's what they Decided.

I, on the other hand, wanted to go into the Computer field. Of course, I remained undecided until College began. When I attended college in the fall, I picked classes that would put me in line with my choice, Computer Programming, and Communications. But, in the back of my mind, my Parents opinion was still alive. I really never made a final decision. 

I lacked a few things, I realize now, after reading this chapter, I lacked Courage, and a definiteness of purpose, which are prominent factors in making a decision promptly. I changed my mind many times in the 2 1/2 yrs I attended my first College, Eastern Michigan University. And as you could surmise, I never completed a College Degree, even though I had enough credits to be granted an Associates degree, the classes were in two different fields of study, of course.

I see procrastination in much that I have done, and not done. I am beginning to change that, though still, I struggle. That is why I remain here in the Mentoring For Free Mastermind group, among other reasons, because of the responsibility of completing these lessons and attending our Group meetings. I am living evidence of the truth in Michaels statement, that -"How you do anything, is how you do everything." I have to change how I do anything or I'm doomed to continue to procrastinate in everything. Thank you to the group for the collective knowledge and continued patience I receive as I make decisions that will change my direction towards the wealth and peace I am looking for.

p.s. Years later, I attended a private Law College and loved it,  and still, I didn't finish that either. hmmm.

Michael Dlouhy says launch and learn that is to plan, do, review and adjust. Now its time to put this network marketing truth to use or get left behind!

Lawrence Bergfeld


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