I attended a 3 hour long webinar training today, and boy was it jam-packed with information.
It was only a segment of something called the ‘$15K Per Month Formula’ and I can’t believe the amount of value and gems they’ve managed to put in there.
I won’t go into the details of the training here. What I did want to mention was something that one of the trainers pointed out that, although not a foreign concept to me, allowed me to see learning from a different perspective.
You see, learning is an ongoing process. The education never stops. The thing is, we have a choice whether we want to continually pick up new skills, knowledge and experiences that may better equip us to handle whatever might be down the road ahead of us.
Sometimes we get reluctant to learn or get overwhelmed with the amount of information that is presented before us. Others may have the mentality of ‘I already know that’.
And this alone hinders many from becoming more than they can be.
Especially the material that was taught in the online webinar; it can get pretty technical and may seem like a daunting task for many to understand and acquire.
But the truth of the matter is, these are the skills that allowed the top earners to be … well … top earners.
These are the skills that will put us ahead of the game, that will give us an edge over old-timers who are comfortable with their cushy high paying ‘jobs’ and think they know better. When push comes to shove, those who put in the extra blood, sweat and tears will be the ones who possess the abilities to step up, rise up, and lead the people.
Naturally, we are not expected to learn EVERYTHING within a day. What we can do is take things one step at a time. Before long, what used to take us 2 hours to execute may soon take just 10 minutes. What took us days to understand may turn into habit or even 2nd nature.
Do your current skill sets allow you to make a 5 ~ 6 figure income on your own? Otherwise, will you be willing to learn what it takes, do what most people won’t do, so that you make what most people don’t? You always have a choice.