Powerful marketing punches are carried by interesting Caffeine Stats…
If you’re like a huge percentage of the world, you find yourself a BIT addicted to caffeine.
Yet, whether you’re a caffeine addict or not, it’s almost impossible to avoid the stuff!
It’s everywhere you turn, in soda bottles, energy drinks, tea, iced coffee drinks, and it’s even in things like gum these days.
Is this a powerful marketing issue?
Is there a recommended daily dose?
Yes and No…
Turns out there aren’t an ideal daily dosage for everybody.
Terry’s body might be able to take in 3-4 cups of coffee a day and Bea may only be able to take in 1-2.
So how much you can take varies GREATLY depending on who you are…
Everybody from kids to older people take in vast amounts of caffeine.
And, it’s reported to be very beneficial for the millions of athletes that take it in…
Now, for the correlation…
It’s hard, today, to open up your computer and not be overwhelmed with a ton of ‘how-to’ information.
It’s in your inbox, all over your Facebook page; it even follows you around the internet everywhere you go these days!
Is this a good thing, or a bad thing for powerful marketing?
Again, a bit of both…
A lot of people have become addicted to it, even worse than some are addicted to caffeine.
But if you’re a pro, then you know how to leverage something called selective ‘in the moment’ learning modalities.
Only when you come across something you need to learn, while in the process of DOING IT, do you then consume ‘information’…
And it’s just what you need and then you’re on with it… Not too much, not too little… Juuussssst right…
Sort of similar to Coffee…
Too much is bad for you, but just the right amount can fuel you to greater heights and success.
And that’s precisely what some systems are designed to do:
Use an implementation system for your powerful marketing program.
If that’s you, we’d highly recommend you check this out now.
But don’t just do it to get a quick powerful marketing fix, do it because you’re serious and ready to do this for real.
Bea & Terry Reeves
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