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Associate with Eagles, not Turkeys - How to get ahead in Life & Business | The Millionaire Dropout

Associate with Eagles, not Turkeys – How to get ahead in Life & Business

by on May 16, 2013 in About the Book, Self Development, Uncategorized


IF EACH OF US HIRES people who are smaller than we are, we shall become a company of dwarfs. But if each of us hires people who are bigger than we are, we shall become a company of giants.
David Ogilvy


I know people who look down at others, but will never look up to someone who is doing better than they are. They like to think theyvince stanzione millionaire dropout
have the best house or car in the street. Well, they may have, but if they go a mile down the road, their house and car would be the worst.
If you always look down instead of up, you will never progress.

Focus downwards and the chances are you’ll start moving downwards. Aim high, look up, and notice people who are doing better than you. This
will help you soar like an eagle, not run around like a turkey.

Find yourself a role model—someone you can relate to. Try to associate with people who are positive and winning at life. The people
you surround yourself with can help you or hold you back. Now I’m not saying you should always be chasing the bigger and better deal, but
realize your true potential.

You must have heard the saying, “Birds of a feather flock together.” Who are you flocking with? Negative, deadbeat people, or positive,
upbeat people? These days, you can flock together online too, so be careful which Internet forums and chat rooms you involve yourself with regularly.


It is better to be alone than in bad company.
—George Washington


The above was taken from the new book, The Millionaire Dropout, Fire Your Boss, Do what you love and reclaim your life.



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