My daughter is taking violin lessons using the Suzuki Method.  If you’re not familiar please allow me a few moments to explain what I think is an amazing educational philosophy.

The Suzuki method was developed by Shinichi Suzuki specifically for musical education.  His concept is modeled on the factors he observed in children learning their native tongue and is also called the mother-tongue method.  By creating a nurturing environment that focuses on immersion, encouragement, taking small steps on a self propelled timetable with learning material that is based on your own developmental readiness to imitate, you will be able to fully understand the principles of what you are learning and then contribute your own ideas.

What better way is there to explain learning to marketing your business online? It’s hard and it’s going to take practice, focus, small steps and sometimes you’re going to need to imitate your leaders until you fully understand the process.  But like learning your first language, you DID NOT give up half way through because it was too hard or didn’t make sense.  YOU were committed to learning how to communicate then and you need to be committed to learning how to communicate now.

I know we are looking for results of money and not just learning a new skill but we have to put the time in.  Imagine if you’ve never played a violin before how long would it take you to learn to play Twinkle Twinkle well enough so you could charge someone to listen to you.  Marketing online is a skill set that takes time, but like learning an instrument or riding a bike… one you know it… you know it!  Go easy on yourself… if you’re not rolling in millions your first month don’t worry… you’ll get there!

“Pain is temporary, quitting lasts forever.” Lance Armstrong

To Your Financial Health!

Tami Ross

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2 Responses to Online Marketing Training a Suzuki Method

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  2. Mick McCrory says:

    Very inspirational article Tami, a lot of people expect the quick results when getting in the network marketing business, but rest assured hard work does pay off. Thanks for the great read, I’m looking forward to your next article.

    Mick McCrory

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