Law of Averages

Dreams


Did you know that only 10% of people reach their dreams? Did you know that there are sacrifices to making money and deciding if you are going to make a success of something or not? Did you know that you have a choice to make? It is all up to you!

I am getting to know more and more about averages. How many times does it take before someone buys something from you, how many people does it take to buy something? It seems to be the same all the way around. Everything I am finding has this.

So what is the law of averages?


It says that 90% of the people will fall behind or not achieve their goals in life. They will not do the things to succeed to make their dreams come true. The will come up short when it comes to their dreams, goals, or anything else in life. And 10 % will achieve success.

 

 

So it seems that the law of averages not only works for sales but in everything that we do. There are many books out there that talk about the law of averages. One of these books is written by Stephen Covey called the 90/10 principle. Unfortunately, this is an older book and is no longer in print.


However, there is another good book that is on the market. It is the “Flaw of Averages”.

These are good books. They bring about some things that you never thought about. I had not realized that this is really what happens in life. Everything is based on the law of averages. It is amazing to see that.

My Challenge to you


Next time you are out and about, see how the law of averages works around you. see where it is and where it is not. I will venture to guess that more times that the law of averages will be there.

So, my question to you is are you a part of the 90% that will not do the work or achieve success the 10 % that does? Are you part of the 90% that will not make it work and give up, or the 10% that will persevere and go through the tough times to make it happen? Only you know what you can put up with, how strong you are, and how much you want to sacrifice for your dream. It is your choice. Only you can choose this. No one else can do it for you.

Lynda.com Review

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  • It is video learning. They do have a hands-on part of the course, however, that has an additional cost to do the hands on.
  • It does get confusing sometimes to get around the site. But once you know how, it gets easier.
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Lynda.com is a training site so it is all training. The tools include video and if you purchase the higher priced version than you get the hands on tutorials as well.

LYNDA.COM Support

No community support. It does have a course feedback. Since it is a learning site it really does not need too much support. This site is not like Wealhy Affiliate where you have people to go to ask questions. It is just a video learning site.

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LYNDA.COM  has a Trial period for 10 days then either standard $24.99 a month or Premium $39.00 a month

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Who is UPWORK For?


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