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Learn How To Use Tools Properly

Published on 4/6/2017
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Learn How To Use Tools Properly

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     If you have a full carpenter's tool box with everything you need to build a house, but don't know how to properly use those tools, you'll probably only wind up with a pile of rubble along with several self-inflicted injuries.

     When a newbie uses a hammer to pound a nail into a board, he may hold the hammer very close to the head as he tries to hit the nail without smashing his fingers that are holding the nail. Doing it that way may be somewhat safer, but it may require a great many hits on the head of the nail to get it into and through each board. At that rate it could take years to construct a house.

     One or two light taps might be sufficient to start getting a nail into a piece of wood, but then you need to hold the hammer near its base and really bang the nail quite firmly in order to drive it into the wood so the board becomes firmly secured where you want it.

     When it comes to using power tools, the need for proper training is even more important. If you don't know what you are doing, it could cost you the loss of fingers or even an entire hand.

    The same thing is true when it comes to building a business. You not only need to have the right tools, you also need to know how to use them effectively. Otherwise all you may get from your efforts is shattered hopes and a depleted bank account.

     Last November I signed up to Gorilla Marketing Pro simply because it had been added to the downline builder that I use. Unfortunately, I didn't take GMP very seriously at the time. Part of that may have been because I was actively using another marketing system. And part of it was perhaps because the Gorilla in the company's logo didn't look all that impressive to me.

     Even though I didn't do much of anything with Gorilla Marketing Pro when I joined back in November, within about a month, because it was part of that downline builder, I had 3 sign-ups to it. If I'd checked my GMP account back then I would have seen that I'd earned 10 cents for each sign-up. (Yes, GMP pays its members 10 cents for each lead they get for themselves.) If I'd taken the time to learn to use the marketing tools in my GMP back office I could have right away started sending emails to those 3 referrals as often as once every 48 hours. But in my ignorance I did nothing.

     A few weeks ago I took better look at what I had available in my Gorilla Marketing Pro toolbox. I watched a few of the training videos on how to use the marketing tools. I watched one of the recorded webinars. I caught one of the live webinars. Wow! I was very impressed. I took the time to learn how to use those tools, and I started using them.

     As a result of acting on what I've now learned at GMP, I now have not just 3 referrals and 30 cents in my account, but 23 referrals, 13 prospects, and $41.10 in my account. As I continue to learn how and use the tools I expect all those numbers in continue to build higher.

      There are new training webinars on Tuesdays at 3 pm, and Thursdays at 8 pm Eastern Standard Time. There are also Super System Business Introduction webinars on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 9 pm, and also on Saturday at 2 pm EST. (You can register for those Super System webinars by going to this link; http://mysupersystem.com/)

    Learning the skills to effectively use good web tools to build a business is as essential as learning to properly use carpentry tools to build a house. Without the proper tools and learning the right skills, both the business and the house will fall apart.

     Gorilla Marketing Pro may not have a fierce realistic looking gorilla logo, but their tools and their training are the real thing. Now that I think of it, the founders of GMP don't look or act very fierce either. They are cheerful and extremely helpful. They've already made hundreds of thousands of dollars online, and they are committed to helping others successfully build their businesses as well. Are you going to let them help you? If so, click the banner below.

 


 

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