I was up late last night, uploading some material for uni colleagues and reading snippets of Inspired Marketing by Joe Vitale and Craig Perrine.
The following quote from Armand Morin wouldn’t stop tugging at my coat tails:
“Asking the question, “What is the next logical step,” encourages a person to think in sequence and plan the next step. Not the third, fourth or fifth or sixth step down the road, but the very next step. Most things we do are on a need to know basis. If you have not completed step number two, you do not need to know what step number three is.
“Many people look so far into the future that they can’t see what is in front of them right now. Whereas if we can maintain our focus and concentrate on one step at a time, it allows us to think more clearly and make steady and sure progress as we go about whatever we have to do in our lives.”
WOW! Pure gold!
Oh, and if you are wondering who Armand Morin is:
“If ever there was a guy who embodied the Internet marketer’s wildest dreams, Armand Morin is at the top of the list. In just 10 years he’s built some of the best known, most influential and enduring companies, starting from scratch and today bringing in upward of $15 million a year.”