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July 23, 2020

What do you do during your downtime? Study certification?

Filed under: Business Tips — admin @ 10:26 pm

Most Notaries complain that they don’t get enough work. But, when you ask them to study, they never have time. I get this because I want to study Chinese but never have time, at least not in the last six months.

Studying needs to be a priority. You need to think about it regularly. It is studying that can get you ahead assuming you do a good job, and we are here to help you master our materials.

You need to have a system. When you have down time, what do you do during that down time? You can do billing, call companies that used you in the past. Call companies you want to use you in the future. You can go shopping for toner, and study.

Studying is easier if you make it a habit. You will not make it a habit unless you realize that it is a priority. Doing a good job of studying is hard especially if you have bad study habits. Even people with college degrees are lazy about studying. When I went to college it was hard, and they didn’t help me hardly at all. I had to fend for myself. What a waste of tuition and food money when they didn’t help. I told my dad that college was a waste of money, but that piano lessons helped my self-discipline in amazing ways.

We have free courses on our blog and we sell courses on certification too. There are courses that our competitors sell which are often good too. But, if you study the minimum and in a lackidaisical way, that is not going to cut it. So, make it a habit to read blogs, and study during your down time and study with the intent of mastering the contents. You can even review with us if you like.

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  1. I haven’t thought of using your free materials to study. Because I didn’t know you had free materials. Now that I know I will look for them and use them. Thank You for the “Free” information.

    Comment by Gary Bowers — September 4, 2020 @ 11:05 pm

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