Tuesday, November 13, 2007

“Why Great SYSTEMS Will Always Outperform People”

This is the first in a series of posts that is aimed at helping you, the reader, find and explore different opportunities for making money. As you read these offerings, please bear in mind all the principles that we've discussed in previous posts on how to avoid getting scammed, and on the importance of thoroughly researching and thinking through every opportunity that you find.

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“Why Great SYSTEMS Will Always Outperform People”

Have you ever asked yourself why people fail? Well there are many scientific reasons/explanations that are often put forward and most are worthy for all to consider. The key thing, however, is to concentrate not on the reasons for failure, but how to correct it and look for alternatives. After all, a great leader once said “Failure is a great teacher”.

“People fail 80% of the time and a system always wins”. Why is this?

Firstly, what most people lack is a clear vision. Without a clearly defined vision, most people simply fail and end up ‘wondering about’. A strong vision is what is sought least but one of the main reasons for failure. Without a vision, you are just a ship floating in the ocean of business; you are letting the tides dictate your outcome, not the controls of the ship you are manning.

Another reason why people fail is due to a lack of experience and/or knowledge. Without fully knowing what you are doing, how does one expect success? That is why I advice ALL to gain knowledge of what they plan to engage themselves in before jumping in the deep end. One way of eliminating this problem could be by getting a Mentor; someone who has achieved exactly what you aspire to.

Action! It is probably an overstated point, but without MASSIVE ACTION, people will almost always fail at what they are doing. The main cause of a lack of action is Procrastination; this can be defined as a type of avoidance behaviour which is characterised by deferment of actions or tasks to a later time. Sometimes one would have the intention to do something, but then delay it and not do it at all! The above is a classic example of why PEOPLE fail and why great SYSTEMS prevail. We can now turn to the other side of our equation: SYSTEMS.

Great systems that are proven to work are generally hard to find and once found, very expensive. One can conclude that a McDonald’s or Burger King Franchise SYSTEM works but not everyone can afford the franchise fee. They both have great systems and people generally ‘work’ the system. The system has all the necessary procedures/guidelines in place and these are constantly refined and fine tuned to work better.

The problem is it would probably take a random individual many years to develop a great system half as effective as the two mentioned above. An effective SYSTEM is that which has all the components working in tandem e.g. sales, marketing, finance, client service, operations etc. There are various theories on how to set up the ‘sub-systems’ above, but this report will not go into this.

So what can we derive from the above and how does one go about attaining or becoming part of a GREAT SYSTEM? Well, we can probably conclude, from the points given above, that GREAT SYSTEMS are more effective and will outperform PEOPLE!

In terms of finding a GREAT SYSTEM that is accessible to the
average person, I can recommend a SYSTEM that has created $3,630,000 in commissions for its members in the last 14 weeks. Now if that isn’t a PROVEN SYSTEM then I don’t know what is. The good thing about this SYSTEM is that all the components are ready and it is what one would refer to as a ‘Plug and Play SYSTEM’. The founder has put in years of hard work, trying and testing hundreds of alternatives and has fine tuned this SYSTEM to perfection.

Not everyone can simply join this SYSTEM as every person has to fill in an online application form and be verified by the SYSTEM chiefs. This is a SYSTEM that is changing lives and it eliminates the ‘Human factor’.

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