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you360 system of building wealth

Updated on April 1, 2009

Are you good at repetition?

Preview 2... Someone once said that the best way to learn something and become good at it is by repetition. I have to agree with that statement of wisdom, however, just make sure you're repeating the right "stuff" or you could be setting yourself up for failure without even knowing it.

I'm going to preview some important information with all the new entrepreneurs, but first, I'd like to share a little of my background and how I got involved in the business world.

I'll never forget it.

It all started when I was a teenager. I somehow knew back then I wanted to be in business for myself and build my own income niche. I also knew that in order to accomplish this mission, I would have to deal with a lot of people …a lot of different people who, by nature, would have their own thoughts and own way of doing things.

Knowing this, or should I say realizing this...

...after much trial and error with some degree of success. I decided that, if I were going to be successful in my chosen field, my income niche, as a hairdresser, I would have to come up with a better plan …or for better words, a system. I would have to develop a system. A system that everyone in the organization could learn, follow, duplicate and teach to the new entrepreneurs as they filled the ranks of the organization. At that time, I owned five beauty salons and was in the process of franchising more of them.

I knew, the new people coming on board would need a system that would effectively present the idea, the knowledge, the product, the service, the solution or the opportunity to the others so that they could overcome the challenges they would encounter along the way...a system to make things happen, so that everyone would get the same positive results.

After putting together a workable proven system ...

that could be plugged into any business model, anywhere in the country. The next part of the equation I needed would be to develop a system that would take care of the important part of the business and that would be the part. Because the "you" part is the most important part of any business.

I invite you to follow this series with me through these hub pages. I promise you, it will open your eyes to a whole new philosophy and expand your vision of how "you" can build a more enjoyable and productive business.

You'll also learn new skills and approaches to accelerate your learning curve.

Never forget...

people want to work, do business, and associate with others they know and trust; and can call a friend. With that said, lets move on to the fun part.

The year was 1994 and I had just been introduced to a new friend who was talking about business plans and business models. He talked about companies and their growth. He talked about the integrity of the companies. He talked about products. He talked about marketing plans, about training, about support, about building organizations and financial security. He talked about building a life of substance. He talked about all that stuff …he even talked about what would happen if the company you was working with went away, closed up …but that's not what effected me at that point because I already had 30 years under my belt as a successful entrepreneur.

You see, at that time, what affected me the most was the philosophy he was talking about.

He said that when this philosophy was learned to the point of routine, became a habit, became part of your DMO (daily method of operation) that it would transform you into another person. That you would act different, talk different, walk different, look different, carry yourself different and project yourself different.

He said you would see a whole new world of possibilities, a new world of principles and a whole new world of concepts.

One of the fascinating concepts shared...

was the concept of building a business and building wealth with a system. Hmmmm, there is that word again, system, write that word down somewhere.

He said that there was a system to "building a business" and "building wealth"; and those skills could be taught to anyone, just as the skills of accounting, music or hairdresser can be taught and learned.

So, can the skills of building "your business" be learned? Can the skills of building "your wealth" be learned? Sure it can's simple.

To build your business and to build your wealth...all you need is:

  • Someone who has the skills.
  • Someone who is willing to teach the skills.
  • Someone who is willing to learn and apply the skills.

Next preview …you360-3...about choices.

To your health …drink plenty of clean, fresh, filtered water with two-four ounces of the "best tasting aloe vera" everyday.

Of course …know your supplier.

We welcome any comments!

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Hello Chaser4 ...Well I am glad to see you are still drinking your Aloe everyday. It is really good for what ales you. And you like the energy product SuperForceONE ...Yes, I know does work and it is really been hard to keep up with all the orders for it. You see the green tea in the product is just wonderful for you immune system ...and guess what gives you energy too. Of course along with all the other good ingredients in there. It is a winner.

      Now as for my trip to Las Vagas. It will be good and I know the business will go as planned. Looking forward to working with the new program you360. Will let you know how it goes.

      So stop by soon as I will be posting another hub on you360. I always look forward to see you here. My best to your health and success.

    • chaser4 profile image


      10 years ago

      Hey gjcody...I know what you are talking about when you talk about breaking the sugar habit. I've been working on that one for a long, long time. Still cheat every once in a while. I'm using stevia and it works pretty good for the sweet tooth thing!

      BTY...have a good trip ...Las Vegas is has been waiting for you since the last trip. Enjoy yourself and keep everyone on track concerning the you360 training!!!!

      And by all means.....I do drink my aloe everyday....couldn't exist without it. And just for your information.....your new Energy product works fantastic...when will you have it ready for distribution?? And are you going to keep SuperForceOne in the inventory or will it be replaced with the new Energy product.

      Keep the you360 series coming...very good concepts for the industry.

      Catch you on the trip.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Well, Chaser4 are back. It is good to see you as you go running by. I love your picture. I picture you to look just like that ...holding your had as you fly by.

      Wow. Chaser is hard to break a habit. I have tried to break the sugar habit. It is one of the hardest ones to do it takes about 21 days to break a habit and only one to get it going again.

      But stop by again Chaser is always my pleasure best to you and are you drinking your Aloe? My best to your health!

    • chaser4 profile image


      10 years ago

      Hey gjcody....thanks for the article. I can see where this thing, you360, could have a major impact on a persons individual business and even their personal life. Isn't it so true...that everything we do is in some way, is the result of the habits that we form along the way.

      I believe this is going to be "life changing" for a lot of people if only they will embrace it.............................Keep the press rolling!!

      PS- I like the part where you say...all habits are equal!!! It takes a while for that to sink in.............


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