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John Rampton - Page 9
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The trick is to be completely present wherever you are.
Never underestimate how much money you need to start, how long it will before you turn a profit or how hard you will have to work.
Morning is the best time of day. It's a shame to sleep through it.
Everybody is busy, so find another excuse for not giving back.
A prospect wants to know you're worth listening to before they give you their time.
Maybe you think you're being polite, but everybody else thinks you're being a jerk.
Complaining that you don't have enough time accomplishes nothing.
Scheduling work makes you more productive but scheduling leisure makes it way too much like work to be enjoyed.
Liberal arts degrees are a better foundation for entrepreneurship than many despairing graduates realize.
Money isn't everything but lack of money is a lame excuse for a lot things.
If you're too busy to set aside time for priorities then, by definition, you're busy with the wrong things.
Pareto's 80-20 rule is the Swiss army knife of business. It's useful for just about everything.