Most people are never able to acquire success or make enough money; it does not make any difference how much they try. There are a small percentage of people that automatically tap into their subconscious mind without being consciously aware and are utilizing the laws of success. With these few it is no longer theory; they are actually living the laws of success and applying “money consciousness” to the fullest extent. How to Sell a Dead Horse is not the usual how-to sales articles. There is more to success than what you see on the surface. Developing the power of “money consciousness” is educational balance of mental habits, physical habits, social habits, and spiritual laws.
In essence some articles I have read on the subject have great merit but I’ve realized they have not gone far enough… way deep beyond the surface to explain “how” to actually acquire selling skills. It is fairly easy to say to accomplish that you must do this, but it is not that easy to “do it” when you need to actually learn deeper “how to” strategies which begins with molding your mind in a certain way, starting in childhood, that when you are ready to become a “go getter,” you will feel an exhilarating powerful can-do attitude towards achievement.
Deep strategic knowledge will also endow you with strong self-esteem and thereafter enable you to enrapture your audience in all situations. Children ought to learn this starting at age thirteen. How mental habits, physical habits, social habits and spiritual laws can work for or against us are key elements to deep strategic knowledge. To become successful in any endeavor, you must learn first- of- all how to conquer bad habits. Benjamin Franklin said, “If you have something to do tomorrow, do it today.” I can’t agree more. The trouble is that when we are young we consider ourselves to be bullet-proof and we do not see the need to acquire this knowledge. But as a proverb says, knowledge in youth is wisdom in age.