"Together We Can Succeed"
21May/140

Do You Have A “Learning Curve” Holding You Back?

Posted by Travis Keeton

I have experienced the learning curve phenomenon throughout the years I have been in sales.

I could write extensively about this problem, which it is a problem that affects society and businesses in many ways. However, blogs are to be short and to the point. Therefore, I bring it up as it relates to those who suffer from it as they consider joining GDI as a way to earn money.

I define learning curve as the reluctance to learn and accept a new approach to accomplish what you are currently doing. Let's look at an example which may be what you are doing or thinking about doing. Many people work part time in a job to augment their income because of needing more money. These jobs are usually low paying jobs but the reason they stay in them is because they know what is required of them, such as what time to start and stop and what they are supposed to do. They know who to report to if something needs an explanation. For this, they get their weekly pay that is fixed and not expected to change.

I think that is pretty disgusting. Here is why; If a person is willing to set aside the same amount of time to work, and be persistent in working the system every day, and know how to call  information sources when they need help, they can have hope of greater income success. It is putting in the effort that a boss would require, but now you are your own boss. Tell yourself what is expected of you and know you must do it or loose your income, like being fired. Also, tell yourself if you do your job well, you are going to get raises with no limits.

All that is required is you must accept this is a new approach that can end in a better result. (That is overcoming your Learning Curve.)  It is being willing to step out of your comfort zone. That  is very important if you want to get ahead in the business world.

Do not be afraid. You can do it if  you put forth the effort and be persistent.  Together we can succeed.

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"The most difficult thing is to act, the rest is merely tenacity"--Amelia Earhart

"The rich happiness of effort well spent, makes life worth living"....Travis Keeton