In his latest book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell states his 10,000-hour rule: basically to be good at something you have to do it a lot. He illustrates it by talking about Bill Gates, The Beatles, and others you will have heard of.
Who here dares tell a new network marketer, who wants to earn big income, about the 10,000 hour rule?
At 20 hours a week 10,000 hours is only 9 years, 7 months, and 12 days.
I am not adverse to telling a hopeful that it is 3 to 5 year plan. The average job is 40 hours per week time 50 weeks or 2000hours per year. In 5 years that 10,000 hours. My carpentry aprenticeship was 8,000 hours ojt.
Just today I was thinking how much of a difference to an average household budget a $1,000 per month extra would make. $50 per day times 5 days per week times 4 weeks per month. For some folks that would be a "big income" from a part time business.
Wishing You Plenty To Live,
"We do well what we do the most!"
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit." – Aristotle