13 “gotcha’s” Big Al learned so far this year (2012)

<This hasn’t changed in 10 years!>

  1.  I’ve learned that you cannot make prospects join your opportunity. All you can do is stalk them and hope they panic and give in.
  2.  I’ve learned that your family and friends will always be with you … if you win the lottery.
  3.  I’ve learned that some of my opportunity meetings were a complete success, but my audiences were failures.
  4.  I’ve learned that you should not laugh when your wife pulls a hamstring muscle while doing aerobics – especially if you’re fat and can’t run very fast.
  5.  I’ve learned you should always treat rejection with a smile. You may need to borrow money from your prospects later.
  6.  I’ve learned that getting my worthless sponsor to return my phone calls is like nailing Jell-O  to the wall.
  7.  I’ve learned that while wrinkles may look bad, they don’t hurt.
  8.  I’ve learned that my worthless sponsor doesn’t suffer from stress — he is only a carrier.
  9.  I’ve learned that there is no difference in the feeling between car sickness and the feeling when credit card bills are due.
  10. I’ve learned that no one has yet made a color chart so engineers would know how to dress.
  11. I’ve learned that we are responsible for what we do, unless we are celebrities.
  12. I’ve learned that there is a difference between a lady’s ten pairs of “identical” black shoes.
  13. I’ve learned that most distributors will simply “try harder” … instead of “learning something new.”