You are in immediate danger

{This is part two of a series. You can read part one here.}

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successAs I mentioned yesterday, folks going through the Uke Club have made a big commitment to getting better at ukulele. And some members have been at it now for over TWENTY WEEKS! (That’s a mini-lesson, every single day).

And only a tiny handful of Clubbers have backed out.

But they never slink silently away. There’s a simple one-click cancel, but I always hear a little rumbling before they leave.

Let me ask you:

Have you ever started studying a course, a how-to book, or even just a blog post, and your immediate reaction is…

“…I know this already.”

(That’s the little rumbling I hear).

If so, you are in immediate danger!

Because–

One Of The Biggest Roadblocks To Learning and Achievement is Assuming You Already “Know How to Do It”

If you buy book or program that is supposed to help you achieve a dream or goal, and after a quick scan, you decide you “know this stuff already,” you’ve just killed you chance of success.

Think about it…

If you really know it already–

Why’d you buy the book or program? And–

Why haven’t achieved the dream or goal already?

You might get all wise-guy like with me and say something like, “Well, it’s just because I haven’t taken action yet. I KNOW it, but I haven’t chosen to DO it.”

Yeah, and…why not?

Well, I think I know why not, and also what to do about it.

Tomorrow, I’ll show you why your KNOWLEDGE (that you may or may not have) absolutely REQUIRES EXECUTION, or you’re wasting your time, your money, your brain.

And this is all about little ol’ improving at ukulele, believe it or not!

 

–Danno

 

PS: I’ve begun thinking of these emails as my own personal “Ellen” show. We’re about fun, chat, as well as “life changing information.”

And, just like Ellen, I include my sponsor’s message as part of each show.

But this little series of emails is not just a pitch to get you to join the Uke Club.

I’ve put a lot of thought into some real and deep thinking about why uke players succeed and fail, and I want to share it with you, without hard-selling you anything.

Talk to you tomorrow.