+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 5 of 5

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Location Location!
    Posts
    766

    Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn’t (Always) Make Perfect

    From http://www.skelliewag.org/
    Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn't (Always) Make Perfect
    http://ht.ly/3kkA1


    Repeat success patterns

    When trying to learn any skill the best thing you can do is learn how the skill is practiced by people who are already experts. How do your favorite writers write? How do the best soccer players kick a ball? Find success patterns and replicate them.
    Good article - could be applied to many areas of study. Just thought I'd share.







    .
    "Wag more, bark less."
    .

  2. #2
    James R's Avatar
    James R is offline I'm no crook...my upline told me to do it! User Rank
    Join Date
    May 2005
    Posts
    4,651

    Re: Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn’t (Always) Make Perfect

    Skelliewag.org was a blog actively updated through 2007 – 2010. Though I no longer post new content here there is a wealth of information for bloggers in the archives, organized below. If you’d like to keep track of future projects from me (Skellie), you can follow me on Twitter.
    WOW.....WTF is this?



    skelliewag?

    Weird.

    BTW....(you can delete if you feel so). It really doesn't matter.

    That's strange.

    What's the point of this thread?

    It's like some sort of acid trip from the 60's.

    Walk, were you at Woodstock?
    Last edited by James R; 08-24-2012 at 10:47 PM.
    Excited about Nopalea Cactus Juice? Learn how to make your own for FREE!
    Don't be another "$50 a bottle" sucker....best of all you know exaclty what's in it. Click HERE.


    Here's a good one....
    "That's why I changed my 'story'".
    Where else can you find this nonsense besides here?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Posts
    21,906

    Re: Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn’t (Always) Make Perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by walksthedogs View Post
    From http://www.skelliewag.org/
    Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn't (Always) Make Perfect
    http://ht.ly/3kkA1


    Good article - could be applied to many areas of study. Just thought I'd share.








    .
    Thanks for that wtd...that is so true, it doesn't matter how many times you try something, if you're doing it wrong you're just practising doing it wrong over and over again. MLM is no different to anything else, you need to learn the correct skills first, then practice them over and over again.
    I've just been introduced to this website and this guy is awesome! www.worldslaziestnetworker.com
    His overriding message.....learn the skills!
    If everyone read and took on board this list of skills, they wouldn't go far wrong: http://worldslaziestnetworker.com/fr...orking-skills/

    Here is the best presentation to watch first.

    Edit to add: everything this guy does is free, no upsells, no squeeze pages. Excellent resource and his training fits in with my idea of prospecting/training, i.e. people are not interested in the company, products and pay plan, they want a simple system and they want to be trained and shown how to work it. As proven by this survey showing what prospective MLMrs really want:

    Last edited by ChrisDoyle; 08-25-2012 at 03:47 AM.
    "People are not interested in your product or your business; they are interested in solving their own problems." -- James Dillehay, Entrepreneur and Author

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Location Location!
    Posts
    766

    Re: Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn’t (Always) Make Perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by James R View Post
    WOW.....WTF is this?



    skelliewag?

    Weird.

    BTW....(you can delete if you feel so). It really doesn't matter.

    That's strange.

    What's the point of this thread?

    It's like some sort of acid trip from the 60's.

    Walk, were you at Woodstock?
    rofl
    No, I would've been too young for Woodstock 1.
    No acid trip. It's all natural, baby.
    :sun_smiley:


    .
    "Wag more, bark less."
    .

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Location Location!
    Posts
    766

    Re: Getting Better at Bad: Why Practice Doesn’t (Always) Make Perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDoyle View Post
    Thanks for that wtd...that is so true, it doesn't matter how many times you try something, if you're doing it wrong you're just practising doing it wrong over and over again. MLM is no different to anything else, you need to learn the correct skills first, then practice them over and over again.
    I've just been introduced to this website and this guy is awesome! www.worldslaziestnetworker.com
    His overriding message.....learn the skills!
    If everyone read and took on board this list of skills, they wouldn't go far wrong: http://worldslaziestnetworker.com/fr...orking-skills/

    Here is the best presentation to watch first.

    Edit to add: everything this guy does is free, no upsells, no squeeze pages. Excellent resource and his training fits in with my idea of prospecting/training, i.e. people are not interested in the company, products and pay plan, they want a simple system and they want to be trained and shown how to work it. As proven by this survey showing what prospective MLMrs really want:

    Good site. I've been reading it today.



    .
    "Wag more, bark less."
    .

Similar Threads

  1. Bad Business Practice www.greensmt.com
    By consumeradvocate22 in forum Internet Scams
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 05-15-2011, 08:08 PM
  2. scam biz practice-hydroxatone & dermatal
    By ConsumersFirst in forum Internet Scams
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 05-03-2011, 12:26 PM
  3. Is it common practice to run to Mods?
    By Scratch Golfer in forum Political Scams
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: 12-26-2008, 08:27 AM
  4. What are Morals and why don't Christians practice them?
    By sojustask in forum Religious Scams
    Replies: 100
    Last Post: 10-07-2006, 06:46 PM
  5. Batting Practice!
    By catch-22 in forum Sports Scams
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: 01-25-2006, 08:05 PM

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may post new threads
  • You may post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may edit your posts
  •