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What The “Pigeon Lady” Did That Made Alex A Millionaire…

I was driving the other day, listening to a very interesting interview. It was between two extremely successful people. One of them was almost homeless spending two nights in a park. But what he saw there literally changed his mindset and his life… His name is Alex Mandossian.

He observed a Pigeon Lady and when you find out what she did to the pigeons, you probably will not be able to sleep for a few nights. This is because it will open up your eyes on how to lead your life and your business and get much better success.

Watch the video below to discover what the Pigeon Lady did, (that you probably don’t do) that changed Alex’s life…

 

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4 Responses to What The “Pigeon Lady” Did That Made Alex A Millionaire…

  1. Maris King September 6, 2012 at 8:51 PM #

    Nice video there..
    I was first intrigued by that Pigeon Lady!
    Nice share John.

    • John Moussan September 14, 2012 at 10:20 AM #

      Glad you liked it Maris! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Viola Tam September 9, 2012 at 2:04 AM #

    Hi John,

    Thank you for sharing Alex’s story. I love this pigeon lady story. Chasing. Chasing. Chasing. What is the point?

    You are right about attracting the right people into our MLM empire. How? By becoming a knowlegeable and committed leader first. Many MLM leaders teach ‘posture’. Posture comes from our absolute belief in our products and/or business opportunity. Others need to see and feel that we are moving ahead, very focused, with or without them coming on board.

    I appreciate your insight, John.

    Viola Tam

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