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2017 SUCCESS THREAD - Little disciplines makes great success.


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Happy New 2017!

 

I hope you have set your goals for 2017, if not, get working on them!

 

Every day take a step into achieving your goal, it is the simple positive habits that will make success show up at your door.

 

For example, if you wish more sales, choose to make 10 calls everyday, or send 10 letters or post cards. by the end of the week you will have achieved 50 calls or leads, your sells will soon show up.

 

Simple disciplines to success!

 

I begin by sharing with you a video of a presentation that has given me great happiness and success:

 

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