The Cheapest Way To Get Good At…. Choosing Your Dog

My blog today was going to be on a totally different subject, but then I had an e-mail which changed all that completely.  I’m on a number of mailing lists from people who are all experts in their field.  That’s because I like to learn and develop – and because they’ve all been down the path I’m going well before I ever did.

So today’s e-mail from Mike was really really relevant.  Here’s what he had to say:

I had an interesting trip to a local pet store yesterday afternoon Beverley… I had been playing with the idea of getting a fish tank for the living room.  To be honest, I don’t know a single thing about developing or maintaining a fish tank. I needed some advice from a pro, so we approached the storeowner.

This guy has been in the fish business for 25 years. He new his stuff, and throughout our entire conversation, he had one goal… To ensure everything was done correctly so that our fish would survive and thrive for years to come.

At one point, he mentioned a woman who had recently set up a salt water tank.  She was buying fish from another store and they kept dying. He told her that she needed to wait another 3 months before the water in her tank would be ready to support a fish like that, but she wouldn’t listen.  So he walked to the store door and asked her to leave.

If needed, I’d gladly pay twice the price just for the privilege to shop at his store because I know that I’ll end up saving money in the long run with a trusted resource like him at my side.

You see, there are only two ways to “get good” at things in life, whether it’s owning your own business, or a brand new fish tank…

You can learn on your own through trial and error like the woman in the story above insists on doing, or you can learn from someone else who’s already paid that price – which is what I like to do.

And in case you haven’t figured it out yet, “buying” someone else’s life experiences in the form of a book or consulting is ALWAYS 100’s or even 1000’s of times cheaper than trying to figure it out on your own.

What you’re buying is a short-cut, and I can’t think of anything worth more money than a nice, simple guide filled with someone else’s mistakes and victories.

This guy is a multi-millionaire in his field.  I bought his book – because he could teach me more for $39 than I could possibly learn by trying to do it alone.  It’s total GOLD.  And I guess if he wanted to choose a dog he’d get advice from me,  just like he did with his fish guy.

So do you want to take advice from a multi- millionaire?  If you really want to choose a dog cheaply, easily, efficiently and with almost no chance of a mistake, would you buy a book from someone with 20+ years experience already for 1/40th of the cost of a pedigree puppy?

Or would you prefer to be like the lady whose fish kept dying?

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(Dog) food for thought perhaps….

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