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My staff is always making fun of me for a pamphlet meeting I held eight years ago.

Ill come up with a project to add to their already-busy plates and assure them that the project will be really easy to implement.

Well finish it by Friday for sure, Ill tell them.

And inevitably, they will roll their eyes and say, Right ¦ kind of like that time we had a meeting to discuss the pamphlet.

Heres what happened ¦

I had been a mortgage broker for several years, and I thought I would always be a mortgage broker. I woke up bright and early, got on the phone, made my calls, and kept plugging away until the late hours.

I loved my job, but I was frustrated because so many of my clients were paying high interest rates due to their low credit scores. I wanted to put together a pamphlet so they could increase their credit scores, which meant I could give them better loans.

So I held a meeting with my team to discuss the pamphlet I wanted to create for my mortgage clients.

As I talked to my team, I realized I couldnt communicate everything I needed in a pamphlet ¦ I needed to write a book. And by the end of the meeting, I realized my clients also needed a workbook.

Clearly, this would not get done by Friday. We needed to research credit laws, interview experts, study credit reports ¦ not to mention all the things that went into creating, writing, designing, and publishing a book.

And then there was another problem: Creating a book and a workbook cost money lots of money, and I was planning on giving the products to my existing client. I was going to have to find some people (lots of people, in fact) to buy the book just to cover my costs.  And who was going to buy a book and a workbook about credit by an unknown mortgage broker?

Well, fast-forward eight years, and let me tell you what happened ¦

My tiny little pamphlet turned into an infomercial … which lost money.

And my infomercial turned into an online course ¦ which didnt lose money, but wasnt profitable.

So my online course turned into a series of teleseminars and webinars.

I started chipping away, finding the right people who could teach me what they knew about marketing this product.

And they taught me that I was going about it all wrong. I was promoting to the wrong people. I wasnt thinking right. I needed to do something different.

Well, last week, I finally felt some closurethat pamphlet meeting has finally turned into a model that works.

A lot of big thinkers, coaches, great marketers, and mentors helped me create the product, which is called the 14-Day Credit Challenge. Im pretty proud of it because people can literally raise their credit scores in just 14 days.

Ive been testing the product for a while, and last week, I rolled it out to about 1,000 people. And guess what? After a one-hour webinar, I impacted 380 lives and grossed $167,213 in sales.

And it never would have happened if I hadnt been exposed to people who knew a lot more than I know.

I always tell my Never Be Stuck students that they MUST be exposed to people who are big thinkerspeople who have a lifelong commitment to personal growth and development. Anytime they are facing a challenge in work or with their personal lives, I force them to find people who have been there and done that. I tell them to put it out there, meaning that they have to share their struggles with as many people as possible so that they can get feedback, make changes, and keep moving forward.

Imagine what would have happened if, eight years ago, I had invited all my personal growth and development mentors to my pamphlet meeting. Certainly, I would have saved a lot of time ¦ though, to be fair, we probably still wouldnt have been done by Friday.

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    My staff is always making fun of me for a pamphlet meeting I held eight years ago.

    Ill come up with a project to add to their already-busy plates and assure them that the project will be really easy to implement.

    Well finish it by Friday for sure, Ill tell them.

    And inevitably, they will roll their eyes and say, Right ¦ kind of like that time we had a meeting to discuss the pamphlet.

    Heres what happened ¦

    I had been a mortgage broker for several years, and I thought I would always be a mortgage broker. I woke up bright and early, got on the phone, made my calls, and kept plugging away until the late hours.

    I loved my job, but I was frustrated because so many of my clients were paying high interest rates due to their low credit scores. I wanted to put together a pamphlet so they could increase their credit scores, which meant I could give them better loans.

    So I held a meeting with my team to discuss the pamphlet I wanted to create for my mortgage clients.

    As I talked to my team, I realized I couldnt communicate everything I needed in a pamphlet ¦ I needed to write a book. And by the end of the meeting, I realized my clients also needed a workbook.

    Clearly, this would not get done by Friday. We needed to research credit laws, interview experts, study credit reports ¦ not to mention all the things that went into creating, writing, designing, and publishing a book.

    And then there was another problem: Creating a book and a workbook cost money lots of money, and I was planning on giving the products to my existing client. I was going to have to find some people (lots of people, in fact) to buy the book just to cover my costs.  And who was going to buy a book and a workbook about credit by an unknown mortgage broker?

    Well, fast-forward eight years, and let me tell you what happened ¦

    My tiny little pamphlet turned into an infomercial … which lost money.

    And my infomercial turned into an online course ¦ which didnt lose money, but wasnt profitable.

    So my online course turned into a series of teleseminars and webinars.

    I started chipping away, finding the right people who could teach me what they knew about marketing this product.

    And they taught me that I was going about it all wrong. I was promoting to the wrong people. I wasnt thinking right. I needed to do something different.

    Well, last week, I finally felt some closurethat pamphlet meeting has finally turned into a model that works.

    A lot of big thinkers, coaches, great marketers, and mentors helped me create the product, which is called the 14-Day Credit Challenge. Im pretty proud of it because people can literally raise their credit scores in just 14 days.

    Ive been testing the product for a while, and last week, I rolled it out to about 1,000 people. And guess what? After a one-hour webinar, I impacted 380 lives and grossed $167,213 in sales.

    And it never would have happened if I hadnt been exposed to people who knew a lot more than I know.

    I always tell my Never Be Stuck students that they MUST be exposed to people who are big thinkerspeople who have a lifelong commitment to personal growth and development. Anytime they are facing a challenge in work or with their personal lives, I force them to find people who have been there and done that. I tell them to put it out there, meaning that they have to share their struggles with as many people as possible so that they can get feedback, make changes, and keep moving forward.

    Imagine what would have happened if, eight years ago, I had invited all my personal growth and development mentors to my pamphlet meeting. Certainly, I would have saved a lot of time ¦ though, to be fair, we probably still wouldnt have been done by Friday.

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    My staff is always making fun of me for a pamphlet meeting I held eight years ago.

    Ill come up with a project to add to their already-busy plates and assure them that the project will be really easy to implement.

    Well finish it by Friday for sure, Ill tell them.

    And inevitably, they will roll their eyes and say, Right ¦ kind of like that time we had a meeting to discuss the pamphlet.

    Heres what happened ¦

    I had been a mortgage broker for several years, and I thought I would always be a mortgage broker. I woke up bright and early, got on the phone, made my calls, and kept plugging away until the late hours.

    I loved my job, but I was frustrated because so many of my clients were paying high interest rates due to their low credit scores. I wanted to put together a pamphlet so they could increase their credit scores, which meant I could give them better loans.

    So I held a meeting with my team to discuss the pamphlet I wanted to create for my mortgage clients.

    As I talked to my team, I realized I couldnt communicate everything I needed in a pamphlet ¦ I needed to write a book. And by the end of the meeting, I realized my clients also needed a workbook.

    Clearly, this would not get done by Friday. We needed to research credit laws, interview experts, study credit reports ¦ not to mention all the things that went into creating, writing, designing, and publishing a book.

    And then there was another problem: Creating a book and a workbook cost money lots of money, and I was planning on giving the products to my existing client. I was going to have to find some people (lots of people, in fact) to buy the book just to cover my costs.  And who was going to buy a book and a workbook about credit by an unknown mortgage broker?

    Well, fast-forward eight years, and let me tell you what happened ¦

    My tiny little pamphlet turned into an infomercial … which lost money.

    And my infomercial turned into an online course ¦ which didnt lose money, but wasnt profitable.

    So my online course turned into a series of teleseminars and webinars.

    I started chipping away, finding the right people who could teach me what they knew about marketing this product.

    And they taught me that I was going about it all wrong. I was promoting to the wrong people. I wasnt thinking right. I needed to do something different.

    Well, last week, I finally felt some closurethat pamphlet meeting has finally turned into a model that works.

    A lot of big thinkers, coaches, great marketers, and mentors helped me create the product, which is called the 14-Day Credit Challenge. Im pretty proud of it because people can literally raise their credit scores in just 14 days.

    Ive been testing the product for a while, and last week, I rolled it out to about 1,000 people. And guess what? After a one-hour webinar, I impacted 380 lives and grossed $167,213 in sales.

    And it never would have happened if I hadnt been exposed to people who knew a lot more than I know.

    I always tell my Never Be Stuck students that they MUST be exposed to people who are big thinkerspeople who have a lifelong commitment to personal growth and development. Anytime they are facing a challenge in work or with their personal lives, I force them to find people who have been there and done that. I tell them to put it out there, meaning that they have to share their struggles with as many people as possible so that they can get feedback, make changes, and keep moving forward.

    Imagine what would have happened if, eight years ago, I had invited all my personal growth and development mentors to my pamphlet meeting. Certainly, I would have saved a lot of time ¦ though, to be fair, we probably still wouldnt have been done by Friday.

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    My staff is always making fun of me for a pamphlet meeting I held eight years ago.

    Ill come up with a project to add to their already-busy plates and assure them that the project will be really easy to implement.

    Well finish it by Friday for sure, Ill tell them.

    And inevitably, they will roll their eyes and say, Right ¦ kind of like that time we had a meeting to discuss the pamphlet.

    Heres what happened ¦

    I had been a mortgage broker for several years, and I thought I would always be a mortgage broker. I woke up bright and early, got on the phone, made my calls, and kept plugging away until the late hours.

    I loved my job, but I was frustrated because so many of my clients were paying high interest rates due to their low credit scores. I wanted to put together a pamphlet so they could increase their credit scores, which meant I could give them better loans.

    So I held a meeting with my team to discuss the pamphlet I wanted to create for my mortgage clients.

    As I talked to my team, I realized I couldnt communicate everything I needed in a pamphlet ¦ I needed to write a book. And by the end of the meeting, I realized my clients also needed a workbook.

    Clearly, this would not get done by Friday. We needed to research credit laws, interview experts, study credit reports ¦ not to mention all the things that went into creating, writing, designing, and publishing a book.

    And then there was another problem: Creating a book and a workbook cost money lots of money, and I was planning on giving the products to my existing client. I was going to have to find some people (lots of people, in fact) to buy the book just to cover my costs.  And who was going to buy a book and a workbook about credit by an unknown mortgage broker?

    Well, fast-forward eight years, and let me tell you what happened ¦

    My tiny little pamphlet turned into an infomercial … which lost money.

    And my infomercial turned into an online course ¦ which didnt lose money, but wasnt profitable.

    So my online course turned into a series of teleseminars and webinars.

    I started chipping away, finding the right people who could teach me what they knew about marketing this product.

    And they taught me that I was going about it all wrong. I was promoting to the wrong people. I wasnt thinking right. I needed to do something different.

    Well, last week, I finally felt some closurethat pamphlet meeting has finally turned into a model that works.

    A lot of big thinkers, coaches, great marketers, and mentors helped me create the product, which is called the 14-Day Credit Challenge. Im pretty proud of it because people can literally raise their credit scores in just 14 days.

    Ive been testing the product for a while, and last week, I rolled it out to about 1,000 people. And guess what? After a one-hour webinar, I impacted 380 lives and grossed $167,213 in sales.

    And it never would have happened if I hadnt been exposed to people who knew a lot more than I know.

    I always tell my Never Be Stuck students that they MUST be exposed to people who are big thinkerspeople who have a lifelong commitment to personal growth and development. Anytime they are facing a challenge in work or with their personal lives, I force them to find people who have been there and done that. I tell them to put it out there, meaning that they have to share their struggles with as many people as possible so that they can get feedback, make changes, and keep moving forward.

    Imagine what would have happened if, eight years ago, I had invited all my personal growth and development mentors to my pamphlet meeting. Certainly, I would have saved a lot of time ¦ though, to be fair, we probably still wouldnt have been done by Friday.

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    The Pamphlet Meeting (Eight Years of Personal Growth and Development)

    Written by Blake Teen on April 20, 2011.

    My staff is always making fun of me for a pamphlet meeting I held eight years ago.

    Ill come up with a project to add to their already-busy plates and assure them that the project will be really easy to implement.

    Well finish it by Friday for sure, Ill tell them.

    And inevitably, they will roll their eyes and say, Right ¦ kind of like that time we had a meeting to discuss the pamphlet.

    Heres what happened ¦

    I had been a mortgage broker for several years, and I thought I would always be a mortgage broker. I woke up bright and early, got on the phone, made my calls, and kept plugging away until the late hours.

    I loved my job, but I was frustrated because so many of my clients were paying high interest rates due to their low credit scores. I wanted to put together a pamphlet so they could increase their credit scores, which meant I could give them better loans.

    So I held a meeting with my team to discuss the pamphlet I wanted to create for my mortgage clients.

    As I talked to my team, I realized I couldnt communicate everything I needed in a pamphlet ¦ I needed to write a book. And by the end of the meeting, I realized my clients also needed a workbook.

    Clearly, this would not get done by Friday. We needed to research credit laws, interview experts, study credit reports ¦ not to mention all the things that went into creating, writing, designing, and publishing a book.

    And then there was another problem: Creating a book and a workbook cost money lots of money, and I was planning on giving the products to my existing client. I was going to have to find some people (lots of people, in fact) to buy the book just to cover my costs.  And who was going to buy a book and a workbook about credit by an unknown mortgage broker?

    Well, fast-forward eight years, and let me tell you what happened ¦

    My tiny little pamphlet turned into an infomercial … which lost money.

    And my infomercial turned into an online course ¦ which didnt lose money, but wasnt profitable.

    So my online course turned into a series of teleseminars and webinars.

    I started chipping away, finding the right people who could teach me what they knew about marketing this product.

    And they taught me that I was going about it all wrong. I was promoting to the wrong people. I wasnt thinking right. I needed to do something different.

    Well, last week, I finally felt some closurethat pamphlet meeting has finally turned into a model that works.

    A lot of big thinkers, coaches, great marketers, and mentors helped me create the product, which is called the 14-Day Credit Challenge. Im pretty proud of it because people can literally raise their credit scores in just 14 days.

    Ive been testing the product for a while, and last week, I rolled it out to about 1,000 people. And guess what? After a one-hour webinar, I impacted 380 lives and grossed $167,213 in sales.

    And it never would have happened if I hadnt been exposed to people who knew a lot more than I know.

    I always tell my Never Be Stuck students that they MUST be exposed to people who are big thinkerspeople who have a lifelong commitment to personal growth and development. Anytime they are facing a challenge in work or with their personal lives, I force them to find people who have been there and done that. I tell them to put it out there, meaning that they have to share their struggles with as many people as possible so that they can get feedback, make changes, and keep moving forward.

    Imagine what would have happened if, eight years ago, I had invited all my personal growth and development mentors to my pamphlet meeting. Certainly, I would have saved a lot of time ¦ though, to be fair, we probably still wouldnt have been done by Friday.

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    My staff is always making fun of me for a pamphlet meeting I held eight years ago.

    Ill come up with a project to add to their already-busy plates and assure them that the project will be really easy to implement.

    Well finish it by Friday for sure, Ill tell them.

    And inevitably, they will roll their eyes and say, Right ¦ kind of like that time we had a meeting to discuss the pamphlet.

    Heres what happened ¦

    I had been a mortgage broker for several years, and I thought I would always be a mortgage broker. I woke up bright and early, got on the phone, made my calls, and kept plugging away until the late hours.

    I loved my job, but I was frustrated because so many of my clients were paying high interest rates due to their low credit scores. I wanted to put together a pamphlet so they could increase their credit scores, which meant I could give them better loans.

    So I held a meeting with my team to discuss the pamphlet I wanted to create for my mortgage clients.

    As I talked to my team, I realized I couldnt communicate everything I needed in a pamphlet ¦ I needed to write a book. And by the end of the meeting, I realized my clients also needed a workbook.

    Clearly, this would not get done by Friday. We needed to research credit laws, interview experts, study credit reports ¦ not to mention all the things that went into creating, writing, designing, and publishing a book.

    And then there was another problem: Creating a book and a workbook cost money lots of money, and I was planning on giving the products to my existing client. I was going to have to find some people (lots of people, in fact) to buy the book just to cover my costs.  And who was going to buy a book and a workbook about credit by an unknown mortgage broker?

    Well, fast-forward eight years, and let me tell you what happened ¦

    My tiny little pamphlet turned into an infomercial … which lost money.

    And my infomercial turned into an online course ¦ which didnt lose money, but wasnt profitable.

    So my online course turned into a series of teleseminars and webinars.

    I started chipping away, finding the right people who could teach me what they knew about marketing this product.

    And they taught me that I was going about it all wrong. I was promoting to the wrong people. I wasnt thinking right. I needed to do something different.

    Well, last week, I finally felt some closurethat pamphlet meeting has finally turned into a model that works.

    A lot of big thinkers, coaches, great marketers, and mentors helped me create the product, which is called the 14-Day Credit Challenge. Im pretty proud of it because people can literally raise their credit scores in just 14 days.

    Ive been testing the product for a while, and last week, I rolled it out to about 1,000 people. And guess what? After a one-hour webinar, I impacted 380 lives and grossed $167,213 in sales.

    And it never would have happened if I hadnt been exposed to people who knew a lot more than I know.

    I always tell my Never Be Stuck students that they MUST be exposed to people who are big thinkerspeople who have a lifelong commitment to personal growth and development. Anytime they are facing a challenge in work or with their personal lives, I force them to find people who have been there and done that. I tell them to put it out there, meaning that they have to share their struggles with as many people as possible so that they can get feedback, make changes, and keep moving forward.

    Imagine what would have happened if, eight years ago, I had invited all my personal growth and development mentors to my pamphlet meeting. Certainly, I would have saved a lot of time ¦ though, to be fair, we probably still wouldnt have been done by Friday.

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