This was the first, best advice I ever got listening to a Quattro University presentation by one of its four founders, Cheri Tree. I think if people really thought about the advice they got, considered the source, and ran away when it was bad advice, they would be a lot less miserable
It’s always easier, less painful and quite often less expensive to take a look at the bad examples life gives us and learn from them. Why more people don’t do this, I have no idea. Why doesn’t this come naturally to adults? We always never take our parent’s advice during our rebellious teenage years…so ask yourself this important question, “The person giving the advice…is their life messed up?” If you don’t know any personal details about them to be able to answer this question, just ask them outloud (or yourself quietly), “Are you a millionaire?”
It’s like my husband Dennis always said when quoting Solomon Short. “It’s too bad common sense isn’t.”
Think about it and get ready to run TOWARDS some good advice for a change. It all comes from people I know who are millionaires and whose lives are definitely NOT messed up.
My passion and mission here is to relay some of the sales & marketing wisdom I have learned from the millionaires I know. After you digest what is here, what you do with the information is up to you, but remember, again, some of this advice is from millionaires…they are “paying it forward” to help others get out of the rat race and they KNOW what they are doing…don’t you want advice from someone like that?