|Corey Barefoot writes that one of the primary things we learn from marketing is that the busy people are the ones who usually become successful. Nearly every leader in industry today was already very busy when they were introduced to an opportunity-- already working full-time at one or even two jobs, already rushing the kids from school to piano lessons, already singing in the church choir, already volunteering 20 hours a week, already on the road a lot: already time poor.
So when someone tells us they have no time ... "No time? Great! We're looking for busy people because busy people make it in our business.”
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