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Doug Hammack


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Member since 6 / 2018

Going after Your Dreams

Your Dreams do matter! Don't let anyone tell you that you’re crazy. You need to succeed! Everyone who has the ability to dream deserves to have the knowledge of how to go after it. Unfortunately 96% never find that or choose to not learn how. There are many who wait for things to happen to them. They are the same that who want things but don't understand that in order to change your situation, you have to be willing to change. Change can only happen when you are able to change how you view yourself. When you get this right, you are capable of accomplishing anything. These are the 4% who will truly succeed. Watch the video and learn how to put yourself in position to succeed. There is a lot more to marketing than just a system or a platform. We all need to learn to become the person who attracts success. You don't want to be the person who waits around for life to happen to you. Those that do will never reach their dreams and I want to encourage you to reach your dreams.

Please know that this is not about some biz op or some system. My goal is to help you understand the principle of setting goals and doing what it takes to achieve those. We all want a good life yet most are not willing to do what it takes to reach that goal. You and I need to be awaken into what we are really able to accomplish if we put our minds on the right things. Check it out and see if you are ready to reach your dreams


Talk Soon,

Doug

 

 

Press Release comments:

It starts from within, once you learn to control your thoughts and actions you can start telling yourself not to listen to someone who doesn't have all the answers. Thank you for sharing.Wanda K Robinson

A good one Doug, one I had to share. GO IBO!Sig Skeie

I agree with you entirely Doug, I write about the 5%, ay and truth to tell many want in on how things are achieved but in reality will never put in the work required to achieve great things. So a short and sweet message but a mighty important one!Tom Riach