Manage Yourself Before You Manage Your Business

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Summary

In this video taken at the Moving Sales Academy 3-day seminar, Louis Massaro teaches how you must Manage Yourself Before You Manage Your Business.

Managing yourself takes discipline, but it’s an investment that pays.

  • “The only reason you’ll want to learn how to do something is because you see the result it might get you.”
  • “Every skill is a learned skill.”
  • “Your inbox is a nice, neat, organized place for other people’s agendas.”
  • “Plan your day.”
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