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Bird-Dogging Using the Law of Averages

Posted by Orrin Woodward on November 4, 2014

One of the talks that I shared at the LIFE Leadership Fall Convention and also the MasterMind Event was on utilizing the Law of Averages to produce better results in one’s Compensated Community. Here is a short segment of the Bird-Dogging talk for your viewing pleasure. I call the concept bird-dogging and it applies the concepts of leverage that I shared in my recently released new book The Leadership Train. Anyone involved in Network Marketing will benefit from the new book as it teaches why this profession is not a life scam, pyramid scheme, or merely a door-to-door business. Network Marketing is going mainstream thanks to the efforts of its early pioneers like those reading this blog.

Sincerely,

Orrin Woodward

17 Responses to “Bird-Dogging Using the Law of Averages”

  1. Well said!

  2. Great inspiration, simplification and information. We are going to change millions of peoples lives! Thank you Orrin for your commitment to fixing that which was broken, and LIFE Leadership is going to shake up the World!

  3. Debbie Spolar said

    So many leaders I have spoken to have told me that this talk was their favorite part of their Fall Leadership Convention. Count me in too! Thanks for all you do.

  4. Rob Crichlow said

    Great post. Your talk in Wisconsin was amazing. Thanks for leading out front.

  5. Christine Fleury said

    This was SO great! I’ve often felt like “a loser” and success felt “so far away” based on the result of ONE little bit of effort… Not even giving myself the chance to collect enough data to reveal the truth! And in the very act of continuing I could not only let the law of averages work for me, but could also improve at the same time! Basically everything you said was so spot on and really a big relief for me once I realized this!!

  6. Chad Waters said

    Hi Orrin!

    Love the concept and the talk given which created a culture of what we were already doing and having it come from our leaders just put it in full motion!!
    It creates an independence for newer people sooner which creates confidence!

    God bless!
    Chad

  7. Tracey said

    Thanks for the blog and the video Orrin! That talk was definitely one of the highlights of the convention. Thanks for always giving us new perpectives!
    Tracey

  8. Tyler PrudHomme said

    Dear Orrin,

    We had this video webcasted in on Sunday, and I had the pleasure watching it while attending the Fall Leadership held in Ottawa
    Perhaps he had one too many coffees, or perhaps Orrin truly knows what he’s fired up about! 😉
    Network Marketing is definitely making an impact in both the lives of many, as well as traditional industry as a whole!
    An amazing man at the helm of an incredible company, with a noble cause!

    Chasing the dream of a million lives changing for the better!
    Tyler

  9. John Burns said

    Orrin, it’s getting easier to understand the success process due to your most recent talks, book and the new DVD 15! The ONE THING I need to master is putting the law of averages into my favor! Way to cover all the bases!

  10. Bill Eder said

    One of the best talks. This was/is both entertaining and informative. Thank you Orrin the Major rocked when you gave us this talk.

  11. Rebecca Cone said

    Absolutely loved this talk! What an awesome weekend it was!!! Thanks for sharing this on YouTube for ones to see that didn’t make it to the convention, just listening to it on cd wouldn’t be the same! It was even better seeing it live! Thanks so much for all you all do!!!

  12. This was one of my favorite talks from the major and one of the most memorable! 🙂 Thank you always Orrin!

  13. CJ Calvert said

    Orrin, this talk was an instant classic! 10/10 sir. For us in Ottawa, it was the perfect conclusion to an epic weekend!

  14. Renee Robinson said

    Yes what a great weekend it was at the Major. Excellent concept Mr. Orrin Woodward Just Excellent. .I have learned so much. .

  15. Jim Wilson said

    Orrin,
    How in the world will you top this one? I know you will. Makes me wonder if you are being mentored by Chris. Mindy’s got completion. All kidding aside, you could not have made it more graphic to the new person about the law of averages and just exposing it and calling in the troops and reminding us old guys as well.
    Thanks,
    Jim Wilson

  16. Adam Wadler said

    Orrin, all i got to say is you have Done it Again!!! Fired up! Thank you, Laurie, Chris and Terri Brady all the responsible for bringing Life leadership!!!! what an amazing bunch of people!!!

    Thank you,

    Adam Wadler

  17. Phelicia Wyant said

    Thanks so much for posting this. This was one of the talks I missed while I was at church. Saturday night was amazing, and you eliminated every last shred of cognitive dissonance still remaining in my brain with your vision for where we are going. I don’t think I will ever be able to find the words to express my gratitude for the impact you and Laurie have had on my life.

    Thanks is not enough,

    Phelicia Wyant

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