In 1947, Lester Wunderman was arbitrarily fired from his advertising job in New York. But he felt he still had a lot to learn from the head of the agency, Max Sackheim. So the next morning, Wunderman went back to his office and began working as he had before. He talked to co-workers and clients; he sat in on meetings - all without pay. Sackheim ignored him for a month.
Finally, he walked up to Wunderman: 'Okay, you win', he said, shaking his head. 'I never saw a man who wanted a job more than he wanted money.' Well, guess what? Wunderman went on to be one of the most successful advertising men of the century. He's credited with having invented preprinted newspaper inserts, plus subscription cards such as those used by Time-Life Books and
the Columbia Record Club; ideas that have produced billions of dollars in profit. Now,advertising may not be your thing - but action must be. What are you willing to do to achieve your dream? Work without pay? Refuse to quit? Success begins at the beginning, and it continues with consistent action.
Now, ponder these thoughts:
1) You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.
2) The first two letters in the word goal, are GO.
3) Some people dream of worthy accomplishments, others wake up and do them.
4) Anybody who brags about what they're going to do tomorrow probably did the same thing yesterday.
5) You will never be what you ought to be until you're doing what you ought to be doing.
6) If you're having trouble thinking outside the box, you're probably in the wrong box. Get out of