Lessons from Great Lives: Dan McCormick and Sterling Sill

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What a day it has been!  I have had such a complete, full and rewarding day!

In an interview I conducted today with Dan McCormick, who heads the fastest growing organization in to hit NuSkin in the past five years, we discussed the subject of “Lessons from Great Lives“, which was a book originally written by Sterling Sill, one of the greatest salesmen that has ever lived on the face of earth.

It is a powerful look into the mind of Dan McCormick, but also of the many Great Lives he has studied.  Dan has been a friend of mine for over ten years, and has been incredibly successful during his 25 year tenure in this profession.  This is a MUST LISTEN in my podcasting section of my site.

I'm excited to see his new book release, and I am sure you will enjoy this inspiring read when it comes out (soon).

Here's a little poem pulled from one of Sterling Sill's speeches in 1974:

The tree that never had to fight

For sun and sky and air and light,

But stood out in the open plain

And always got its share of rain,

Never became a forest king

But lived and died a scrubby thing.

The man who never had to toil

To gain and farm his patch of soil,

Who never had to win his share

Of sun and sky and light and air,

Never became a manly man

But lived and died as he began.

Good timber does not grow with ease.

The stronger wind, the stronger trees.

The further sky, the greater length.

The more the storm, the more the strength.

By sun and cold, by rain and snow,

In trees and men good timbers grow.

Where thickest lies the forest growth

We find the patriarchs of both.

And they hold counsel with the stars,

Whose broken branches show the scars

Of many winds and much of strife.

This is the common law of life.

[Author unknown]

Cool poem…huh!

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