14 Oct 2011, 9:01pm
Successful Networking What It Takes To Win

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  • MLM Tip from Rangy Gage: If You’re Not Failing, You’re Not Risking Enough

    A great blog post from Randy a few days ago uses the analogy of base stealers in baseball: If one is 100% successful, he’s being too cautious and not taking enough chances.

    In other words, there’s a Fear of Getting Caught, or a Fear of Failure.


    Your Success Percentage

    By Randy Gage

    October 11th, 2011

    Since it’s the baseball playoffs here in the States, let me use an analogy from the sport…

    If a base runner steals 25 bases in 25 attempts, you may think that makes him a great base stealer.  Actually, quite the opposite…

    A good coach will tell him that if he is 100 percent successful, it means he is too cautious and is not taking advantage of the opportunities being presented to him.  In fact, many coaches expect the player to be thrown out 25 or 30 percent of the time, and then consider them a true base stealer.

    Now let’s talk about you…

    If everyone you prospect is enrolling – you know what that means, right?


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