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Hear How I Learned The Most Valuable Button Of My Career

So about 5 years ago, I went to a business event here in Harrisburg. There was a guy who was a syndicated newspaper columnist.

His name was Jeffrey Gitomer….He’s had 7 different books on the New York Times bestseller list for business and sales including The Little Platinum Book of Cha-Ching, The Little Red Book of Sales.

Biggest takeaway?

He said we all can can have a voice. It is basically the gold rush of media and now we all have a chance.

We are at the dawn of the information age. Just because things are snowballing really, really fast and now we have Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Snapchat… and a lot of different social media platforms.

The most important, the most valuable lesson that I got out of that event with Jeffrey Gitomer was this:

Hit record.

Once I started doing that and I committed to doing that, it changed my life.

Here is what I’m going to tell you:

I’m not a polished speaker. I’m partially balding and my hair is graying. My teeth are crooked because I didn’t wear my retainers when I was 14 years old. There are a lot of problems wrong with me but I’ll tell you this… there is nothing that I’m doing that you couldn’t do.