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severe confidence issues.
Marcus is a “beginner” marketer and only began his on-
Despite working a 51 hour week as a postman, and having three young children including a baby, Marcus is quickly achieving the type of success most marketers dream of.
Has he earned a fortune?
Not yet, but Marcus has proven the right motivation, and the willingness to step out of your comfort zone can move you forward towards your desired destination, even if you lack great technical skills.
He’s currently writing an e-
Marcus describes himself as an “average guy”. He says he wants a better life for his wife and family, and the opportunity to spend more time with them.
I know he’ll succeed.
Because, unlike most men, he asks directions!
Here’s what he has to say and it’s worth taking note of, especially if you’re worried your skill sets are holding you back -
“You know I would not be where I am now if I had not stepped out of my comfort zone. I wanted this bad so I started to build relationships with people right from the start.
Now I have made some good friends online and some great future JV partners.
You see I have not got that much technical skill , although I am learning, but I found I was good at attaching myself to people, and people liked me because I was being me.
Also I was not afraid to ask questions, or if I was really stuck on something, I would either get someone to talk me through the problem or even do it for me.
My top tip to you is, if you do not know how to do something then just go and ask the person who does.”
NOTE: You can download the audio by right clicking your mouse and saving to your computer if you want to.
(listen to how quickly Marcus progressed since my interview with him)