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Will You Lead The Band or Skip Town?

Published on 2/4/2018
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Will You Lead The Band or Skip Town?


    In the musical, The Music Man, "Professor" Harold Hill came into small communities and pursuaded the residents that by letting him form a boys band, it would be help keep their kids out of trouble, and would have them doing something that the whole town could be proud of. He talked people into first buying musical instruments, and then ordering the uniforms.

    Harold Hill was dreamer in the sense that he really believed that being in a band would be great for kids. He also knew he didn't have a clue as to how to teach anyone how to play instruments or march in formation. Therefore he always skipped town as soon as he got his money.

    That is, he always skipped town until he came to care too much for the local music teacher and her young brother in one little Iowa community. He could have run off again, as he always had before, but this time he decided to stay and “face the music,” knowing full well that the townspeople were very likely to throw him in jail (or maybe even tar and feather him).

    The way the movie ends, when the angry parents see their kids dressed up in their uniforms, and hear them entusiastically play their instruments (even though very poorly), they were all happy with the start of maybe actually having a boys band in their town. The scene then changes to what might happen many months later, and shows finely uniformed boys with 76 Trumbones leading a big parade down main street, with Harold Hill out in front of them all.

     Harold Hill didn't know how to form or lead a band when he started out. But finally, in that town, he decided to stick around, and do all he could to help those people accomplish what he'd only pretended to be able to help them them do. The result was something grand to both see and hear.

    Have you ever tried, once or multiple times, to start something that you hoped would be a big help to you and others? Have you, after a while, given up and moved on to something else? Was it because you were only able to get a few sign ups to a network marketing business, and neither you nor your referrals were able to make any money with it? So you then quit and moved to try out another biz op?

    Are you tired of running away to start over again and again, leaving behind those who you recruited in those previous businesses? Do you wish you had something you could depend on that would be worth staying in, so you could build a team and remain their leader for years to come? Are you ready to make a commitment to something like that?

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   I definitely plan to stick with these two companies, and do my best to help those who join under me. The marketing tools can help build unlimited lists of the exact people who are interested in getting more sign ups, building downlines, and making money in any network marketing or affiliate business.

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