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Escape the Matrix by Being Self-Centered
Here is a quote from "Escaping the Matrix" by Gregory A. Boyd and Al Larson:
"What is the Matrix?" Morpheus answered his own question: "Control." We are in bondage to the Matrix to the extent that our neurological activity--our thoughts, emotions, and therefore our behavior--are controlled by forces outside ourselves.
Here is one definition of Self-centered:
Independent of outside force or influence.
What would be an example of an outside force or influence and how would this apply to your own sales practice? - by Jeff Blackwell
What would be an example of an outside force or influence and how would this apply to your own sales practice?
Perhaps because of the Entertainment/Media complex in our culture, perhaps because of concepts like mandatory retirement in organizations, there is a tendency for many to surrender to "aging"--to put themselves out to pasture. Strange when you consider the powers to be in this world are largely in advanced years. In our country, "Baby Boomers" are 78 million strong. "Aging" is a state of mine--a dangerous and wasteful one to boot.
A sales practice that refuses to ignore the huge buying power of the senior market is a foolish one indeed. - by Gary A Boye
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