A ran into a woman I grew up with and quickly, we caught up on old times.When I asked her about her personal life, it sounded like a comedy of errors. Finally, with a laugh, she said she was thinking of opening a dating service, and unlike that well known one, Great Expectations, she'd call hers, No Expectations!.She had been disappointed so many times that she figured a better approach is to assume nothing about the people you're seeing.That's not the way to succeed, as I see it. Instead of settling for less, we have to relentlessly pursue more.
I do this by using The Law of Large Numbers.It says, if you do enough of anything, you'll succeed.Do more, and you may grow rich.Outdo even that amount, and you'll become a legend.
For example, there are some writers of ezine articles who have so many, that it's improbable anyone will rival them. While the writing is flawed, and often hard to follow, it doesn't matter, at least to these authors.They're in the game for exposure, to promote themselves personally as cool people, and to meet others, or to build their small businesses.
And the more they do, of whatever quality, the more they'll get, in positive returns.By the way, to produce hundreds or even thousands of articles, you have to have high expectation levels, especially pertaining to your abilities to produce and to contribute.Perhaps, this is where my friend went wrong. She should have been increasing her self-expectations instead of lowering her expectations of others..Dr. Gary S. Goodman, President of http://www.Customersatisfaction.com, is a popular keynote speaker, management consultant, and seminar leader and the best-selling author of 12 books, including Reach Out & Sell Someone® and Monitoring, Measuring & Managing Customer Service, and the audio program, "The Law of Large Numbers: How To Make Success Inevitable," published by Nightingale-Conant.
He is a frequent guest on radio and television, worldwide. A Ph.D. from USC's Annenberg School, a Loyola lawyer, and an MBA from the Peter F. Drucker School at Claremont Graduate University, Gary offers programs through UCLA Extension and numerous universities, trade associations, and other organizations in the United States and abroad.
He holds the rank of Shodan, 1st Degree Black Belt in Kenpo Karate. He is headquartered in Glendale, California, and he can be reached at (818) 243-7338 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
By: Dr. Gary S. Goodman