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  • J.J. ustust O.O. n then the B.B. rink ofrink of S.S. uccessuccess
  • A Message From the AuthorA Message From the Author It is my hope that this training manual willIt is my hope that this training manual will expand your thinking thus making room forexpand your thinking thus making room for expanse in your life. The informationexpanse in your life. The information dispensed in this training manual is not todispensed in this training manual is not to be a limitation but an illumination. It is tobe a limitation but an illumination. It is to be utilized to illuminate your thinking inbe utilized to illuminate your thinking in the progressive realization of your truethe progressive realization of your true identity. The concepts introduced haveidentity. The concepts introduced have resulted from intense study, hands-onresulted from intense study, hands-on experience and observation (spiritually andexperience and observation (spiritually and naturally).naturally). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • How to fully utilize theHow to fully utilize the curriculumcurriculum This training curriculum was written forThis training curriculum was written for employees and those with employee mindsetsemployees and those with employee mindsets who desire career progress through thewho desire career progress through the discovery of their true identity. Properdiscovery of their true identity. Proper application of the concepts within thisapplication of the concepts within this training curriculum will result in increasetraining curriculum will result in increase (mentally, physically, spiritually, socially and(mentally, physically, spiritually, socially and financially) which will cause "PROMOTION“financially) which will cause "PROMOTION“ throughout an organizationthroughout an organization. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • MissionMission • The mission OF J.O.B.S./DW is to empower the masses through education. We will accomplish this mission by offering the following product & service: training in the form of curriculums, frameworks, ebooks, cds, dvds and online training (via YouTube). This service & product fulfills the following main need of our target clients: financial freedom by maximizing their resources (internally and externally). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • ForewordForeword• For starters, there is no such thing as a “DEAD” endFor starters, there is no such thing as a “DEAD” end JOB.JOB. J.O.B.S.J.O.B.S. serve as opportunities for growth andserve as opportunities for growth and development. Many individuals have fell victim to thisdevelopment. Many individuals have fell victim to this belief because they have yet to come into an experiencebelief because they have yet to come into an experience that presented them with a revelation of whythat presented them with a revelation of why J.O.B.S.J.O.B.S. existexist • Society places value on practical growth andSociety places value on practical growth and development, but not spiritual growth and developmentdevelopment, but not spiritual growth and development • A truly abundant life cannot be realized without theA truly abundant life cannot be realized without the Spirit of God.Spirit of God. Many have experienced a measure ofMany have experienced a measure of abundance , but have yet to experience abundance inabundance , but have yet to experience abundance in totalitytotality Spiritually – Mentally – Physically- Socially - Financially Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Many times we read something in a book, aMany times we read something in a book, a newspaper or a magazine and accept thatnewspaper or a magazine and accept that information as “THE TRUTH”. In thisinformation as “THE TRUTH”. In this situation two things happen; the first issituation two things happen; the first is APPEASEMENT or PACIFICATION. As humansAPPEASEMENT or PACIFICATION. As humans we seem to accept things as “TRUTH” if it iswe seem to accept things as “TRUTH” if it is well prepared (with elegance), sounds goodwell prepared (with elegance), sounds good or appeals to our “INDIVIDUAL” wants oror appeals to our “INDIVIDUAL” wants or desires. The latter is that we limit ourdesires. The latter is that we limit our thinking to the perceptions of author(s) thusthinking to the perceptions of author(s) thus nullifying our ability to think outside thenullifying our ability to think outside the box which decimates our mobilitybox which decimates our mobility (spiritually and mentally).(spiritually and mentally). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Many of us are creatures of comfort. In bothMany of us are creatures of comfort. In both cases our perspicacity (intelligence orcases our perspicacity (intelligence or discernment) becomes constrained and wediscernment) becomes constrained and we fall victim to “POPULARITY” (CONFORMITY’sfall victim to “POPULARITY” (CONFORMITY’s brother) short-circuiting our motivation tobrother) short-circuiting our motivation to conduct our own independent study and/orconduct our own independent study and/or research concerning a topic. We can sayresearch concerning a topic. We can say that if you (the specialist or expert) proposedthat if you (the specialist or expert) proposed a concept that was universally anda concept that was universally and industrially accepted as “TRUTH”, it canindustrially accepted as “TRUTH”, it can become published.become published. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Therefore, you are indeed an author andTherefore, you are indeed an author and have the ability to create your own destiny.have the ability to create your own destiny. The point being is that we must be cognizantThe point being is that we must be cognizant of what we read, how we process theof what we read, how we process the information and how we apply it to our dailyinformation and how we apply it to our daily living.living. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The future is not someThe future is not some place that we areplace that we are going to, but one wegoing to, but one we are creating. The pathare creating. The path to it not found, butto it not found, but made.made. Apostle Steven MoffettApostle Steven Moffett    Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The destiny of a nation relies on theThe destiny of a nation relies on the distribution and consumption ofdistribution and consumption of information that appreciates ininformation that appreciates in value. We are not to partake ofvalue. We are not to partake of everything, just the “MEAT” that makeseverything, just the “MEAT” that makes for our repentance.for our repentance. As of now, the only thing that isAs of now, the only thing that is appreciating in value is theappreciating in value is the knowledge and wisdom thatknowledge and wisdom that originates from our Lord Christ Jesus.originates from our Lord Christ Jesus. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • This training manual will make youThis training manual will make you consciously aware of what is transpiring inconsciously aware of what is transpiring in the marketplace.the marketplace. • In order to reposition yourself physically,In order to reposition yourself physically, financially and socially, you must becomefinancially and socially, you must become cognizant of your surroundings mentally.cognizant of your surroundings mentally. • This cannot be realizedThis cannot be realized with out thewith out the SpiritSpirit of God.of God. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • As you read foreword, continueAs you read foreword, continue to ponder and meditate on theto ponder and meditate on the diagrams and thoughtsdiagrams and thoughts presented in this manual.presented in this manual. • You will notice a change thatYou will notice a change that will take place in the form of ….will take place in the form of …. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Resulting in….Resulting in…. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • THIS IS WHO YOUTHIS IS WHO YOU ARE AND WHATARE AND WHAT GOD HAS CALLEDGOD HAS CALLED YOU TO BECOME!YOU TO BECOME! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !KINGDOM!KINGDOM PEOPLE!PEOPLE! !TAKE CHARGE!!TAKE CHARGE! !REPOSTURE YOURSELF!!REPOSTURE YOURSELF! !RENEW YOUR!RENEW YOUR THINKING!THINKING! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  •   4 Major Challenges of Life4 Major Challenges of Life 1. The discovery of your true identity1. The discovery of your true identity 2. The expression of your identity2. The expression of your identity 3. The development of your full3. The development of your full potentialpotential 4. The wise usage of your resources4. The wise usage of your resources Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • # 1# 1 A “J.O.B.” is temporary, it isA “J.O.B.” is temporary, it is not permanent. If younot permanent. If you become fixed into a “J.O.B.”become fixed into a “J.O.B.” mentality then you willmentality then you will become a permanent fixturebecome a permanent fixture in a particular locationin a particular location (mentally and physically).(mentally and physically). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • JOB (s) – An specificJOB (s) – An specific opportunity for work "to beopportunity for work "to be produced" for a set fee;produced" for a set fee; specified by roles,specified by roles, responsibilities and dutiesresponsibilities and duties • WORK - The distribution ofWORK - The distribution of your experience, training,your experience, training, skill and talent that equatesskill and talent that equates to people, products, programsto people, products, programs and services.and services. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • You can be a hard worker….You can be a hard worker…. You can be good at what youYou can be good at what you do…do… You can also be doing theYou can also be doing the wrong…wrong… Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • ““THE LENS”THE LENS” Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Solutions resultSolutions result from existingfrom existing problems,problems, NATURALLY!NATURALLY! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • We strive from a posture ofWe strive from a posture of excellence because of the seed ofexcellence because of the seed of greatness that is on the inside ofgreatness that is on the inside of us. We witness a minimalus. We witness a minimal manifestation because of ourmanifestation because of our filter.filter. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • #2#2 Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved. TO GROW THETO GROW THE BUSINESSBUSINESS
  • Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved. “I never really sought to "rise" in the corporate world. To me, every workplace was like a "hotel" where I stayed for a while, and then moved on to the next company to learn the next set of skills.” I do agree.
  • KEYSKEYS • Each of these entities are people and individualEach of these entities are people and individual mindsets (or personalities).mindsets (or personalities). • You do not go up the corporate ladder or levels.You do not go up the corporate ladder or levels. • You are “BUILT UP” to progress forward.You are “BUILT UP” to progress forward. • You “EXPAND” until the “ROOM” is too small for you.You “EXPAND” until the “ROOM” is too small for you. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Utilizing SYSW terminology • The “Creator” creates a seed .The “Creator” creates a seed . • The “Entrepreneur” plants it into fertile soil (that is,The “Entrepreneur” plants it into fertile soil (that is, a ready market).a ready market). • The “Manager” is the gardener ensuring that theThe “Manager” is the gardener ensuring that the "money tree" grows straight up and produces"money tree" grows straight up and produces abundant fruits.abundant fruits. • The “Investor” provides fertilizers, gardeningThe “Investor” provides fertilizers, gardening equipment (or the money to buy them) and otherequipment (or the money to buy them) and other resources for the “Manager” to grow better gardens,resources for the “Manager” to grow better gardens, or new gardens (since his gardening skills are nowor new gardens (since his gardening skills are now proven).proven). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • #3 - The “Holistic” Man#3 - The “Holistic” Man Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • It is against the Will of GodIt is against the Will of God for you to be on thefor you to be on the financial edge – Sickness,financial edge – Sickness, Poverty, etc. is not ourPoverty, etc. is not our portion though we sometimesportion though we sometimes eat from this table.eat from this table. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Where Am I?Where Am I? • LOCATION ~ Mind (Thoughts &LOCATION ~ Mind (Thoughts & Perceptions)Perceptions) • LOCATION ~ Body (Physically)LOCATION ~ Body (Physically) • LOCATION ~ Spirit (Is He invading everyLOCATION ~ Spirit (Is He invading every area of my life?)area of my life?) Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Question : How do you get toQuestion : How do you get to Chicago?Chicago? A. I-80 East to 57 NorthA. I-80 East to 57 North B. IL-53 to I-55 NorthB. IL-53 to I-55 North C. I-355 N to I-55 NorthC. I-355 N to I-55 North D. All of the aboveD. All of the above
  • MMRMMR • Maximize revenues andMaximize revenues and profitsprofits • Minimize operating costsMinimize operating costs • Retain clientsRetain clients and/customersand/customers Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • SUCCESSSUCCESS && CAREERCAREER Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • There many definitions, perceptions and concepts onThere many definitions, perceptions and concepts on success and careersuccess and career • Some of these definitions, perceptions and conceptsSome of these definitions, perceptions and concepts are valid and some are invalidare valid and some are invalid • Some are based upon external circumstancesSome are based upon external circumstances • All have a measure of “TRUTH” because a “TRUTH” isAll have a measure of “TRUTH” because a “TRUTH” is based on the perception of an individual and/or abased on the perception of an individual and/or a group of individualsgroup of individuals Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  •   4 Major Challenges of Life4 Major Challenges of Life 1. The discovery of your true identity1. The discovery of your true identity 2. The expression of your identity2. The expression of your identity 3. The development of your full3. The development of your full potentialpotential 4. The wise usage of your resources4. The wise usage of your resources Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • SUCCESSSUCCESS• SUCCESS IS THE PROGRESIVE REALIZATION OF YOURSUCCESS IS THE PROGRESIVE REALIZATION OF YOUR TRUE IDENTITY IN JESUS CHRISTTRUE IDENTITY IN JESUS CHRIST • So, success is experienced in a sequential order thatSo, success is experienced in a sequential order that is not governed by man’s opinionis not governed by man’s opinion • Success is not the proverbial climbing of theSuccess is not the proverbial climbing of the corporate ladder, it is realized through relationshipcorporate ladder, it is realized through relationship • Measures of success are released to US when weMeasures of success are released to US when we come into the realization of our true identitycome into the realization of our true identity • When we come into a measure of our true identityWhen we come into a measure of our true identity then we gain a heightened level of influence orthen we gain a heightened level of influence or LEVERAGE.LEVERAGE. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • "Greatness" is the manifestation"Greatness" is the manifestation of success with success being theof success with success being the progressive revelation of yourprogressive revelation of your true identity is Christ. "Greatness"true identity is Christ. "Greatness" is imparted from one individualis imparted from one individual to another, however relationshipto another, however relationship is the key that opens the door tois the key that opens the door to greatness.greatness. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • WE AREWE ARE CONSTANTLYCONSTANTLY BEINGBEING AWAKENEDAWAKENED INTOINTO RIGHTEOUSNESRIGHTEOUSNES S!S!Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • CAREERCAREER • CAREER IS AN EXPRESSION OF WHO YOU ARECAREER IS AN EXPRESSION OF WHO YOU ARE • If you are constantly growing and developing inIf you are constantly growing and developing in terms of “CAREER” then the duties, roles andterms of “CAREER” then the duties, roles and responsibilities of your “JOB” cannot contain youresponsibilities of your “JOB” cannot contain you • CAREER reverts into a “JOB” because theCAREER reverts into a “JOB” because the consciousness of growth and development is divertedconsciousness of growth and development is diverted • If you are consistently distracted by externals, thenIf you are consistently distracted by externals, then this circumstance is an internal issuesthis circumstance is an internal issues Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  •   CAREER is anCAREER is an expression of whoexpression of who you are, howeveryou are, however most people don'tmost people don't know who they are soknow who they are so they will settle for athey will settle for a “J.O.B.”  “J.O.B.”   Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • IF YOU DON’TIF YOU DON’T GET DISTRACTEDGET DISTRACTED BY EVERDAY-BY EVERDAY- MUDANE LIFEMUDANE LIFE ISSUES, YOU WILLISSUES, YOU WILL SEE THESEE THE OPPORTUNITY TOOPPORTUNITY TO GROW!GROW!Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !YOU MUST GROW UP!YOU MUST GROW UP INTO OPPORTUNITY!INTO OPPORTUNITY! !SEEK OPPORTUNITIES!SEEK OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW, NOTTO GROW, NOT OPPORTUNTIES TOOPPORTUNTIES TO GO!GO! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The ContainerThe Container • Your job is the container that consists of roles,Your job is the container that consists of roles, responsibilities and dutiesresponsibilities and duties Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved. ROLESROLES RESPONSIBILITIRESPONSIBILITI ESES DUTIESDUTIES
  • The ContainerThe Container • If you are constantly growing andIf you are constantly growing and developing in terms of “CAREER” thendeveloping in terms of “CAREER” then • your duties, roles and responsibilities willyour duties, roles and responsibilities will increaseincrease • If you are increasing in these areas thenIf you are increasing in these areas then your “JOB” cannot contain youyour “JOB” cannot contain you Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The ContainerThe Container Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved. ROLESROLES RESPONSIBILITIESRESPONSIBILITIES DUTIESDUTIES
  • The ContainerThe Container• Pour as much of “You” into your job as possiblePour as much of “You” into your job as possible • This will cause an “Overflow “ that will spill over intoThis will cause an “Overflow “ that will spill over into the lives of everyone and everything you come intothe lives of everyone and everything you come into contact withcontact with • You will then outgrow your environment (MentallyYou will then outgrow your environment (Mentally & Physically& Physically • However, you must have a new wine skin;However, you must have a new wine skin; • You must expand your mind to new ways of thinkingYou must expand your mind to new ways of thinking • This will activate your ability to see peripherallyThis will activate your ability to see peripherally Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The “JOB” itself is not theThe “JOB” itself is not the constraint; it's the mind ofconstraint; it's the mind of the person who dares notthe person who dares not to venture forth and seekto venture forth and seek new experiences fornew experiences for growth. – Peter Nguyengrowth. – Peter Nguyen Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • This is accomplishedThis is accomplished through the masterythrough the mastery of your dailyof your daily processes, policiesprocesses, policies and procedures ofand procedures of your organizationyour organization in addition to……in addition to…… Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Cultivating yourCultivating your ambidexterity….ambidexterity…. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Exercise #1 - What do you see?Exercise #1 - What do you see? Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved. 6. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 1.
  • Exercise #1/ What do youExercise #1/ What do you see?see? Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Exercise #1 / What do youExercise #1 / What do you “SEE”“SEE” Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • An individual has to closeAn individual has to close his “eyes” and open up hishis “eyes” and open up his “Eye.” When your Spirit Eye is“Eye.” When your Spirit Eye is open then you are awakenedopen then you are awakened to righteousness.to righteousness. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • AmbidexterityAmbidexterity • AmbidexterityAmbidexterity: : ambiambi, meaning “both,”, meaning “both,” and and dexter,dexter, meaning “right” ( meaning “right” (asas opposed to leftopposed to left) or favorable on both sides) or favorable on both sides • Ambidexter:Ambidexter: two-sided, using both hands two-sided, using both hands with equal facility (or dexterity)with equal facility (or dexterity) •    • Some words that are associated with facilitySome words that are associated with facility and dexterity are: and dexterity are: ability, competence,ability, competence, skillfulness or expertnessskillfulness or expertness Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • Many items, devices and products that areMany items, devices and products that are available for sale in the marketplace areavailable for sale in the marketplace are manufactured for manufactured for right-handedright-handed individualsindividuals • Studies have shown that the left half of theStudies have shown that the left half of the brain supersedes the right half of the brainbrain supersedes the right half of the brain • The truth of the matter is that the oppositeThe truth of the matter is that the opposite sides of the body are controlled by thesides of the body are controlled by the opposite sides of the brainopposite sides of the brain Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • The left side of the brain controls the rightThe left side of the brain controls the right side of the body while the right side of theside of the body while the right side of the brain controls the left side of the body whichbrain controls the left side of the body which ((NOT BY HAPPEN-CHANCENOT BY HAPPEN-CHANCE ) ) CROSSESSCROSSESS-- over the right side.over the right side. • It is also not by coincidence or happen-It is also not by coincidence or happen- chance that a mass majority of individualschance that a mass majority of individuals are right-handed and many of ourare right-handed and many of our products are geared towards these right-products are geared towards these right- handed individuals.handed individuals. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • The left side of the brain functions in aThe left side of the brain functions in a natural, analytic and organizationalnatural, analytic and organizational capacitycapacity • In contrast, the right side of the brainIn contrast, the right side of the brain operates at a creative, artisticoperates at a creative, artistic and and SPIRITUALSPIRITUAL level level • In order for the In order for the Body of ChristBody of Christ to operate to operate at a fully-functional level we mustat a fully-functional level we must activate activate BOTH BOTH sides of our brainsides of our brain Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • ! We must! We must have a synergetic-have a synergetic- symmetrical habit ofsymmetrical habit of thought!thought! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • LEARNING THROUGHLEARNING THROUGH ACTIVATIONACTIVATION Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Exercise #2Exercise #2 • Identify the roles, duties and responsibilitiesIdentify the roles, duties and responsibilities of your JOBof your JOB • Identify the priority items that are mostIdentify the priority items that are most important to your employerimportant to your employer • Set measureable goals to monitor your successSet measureable goals to monitor your success in fulfilling the roles, duties andin fulfilling the roles, duties and responsibilities of your JOB.responsibilities of your JOB. • Set a “hard date” in which these goals will beSet a “hard date” in which these goals will be accomplished (in increments of 90 days).accomplished (in increments of 90 days). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • FRUSTRATIONFRUSTRATION • Frustration is a result that occurs when anFrustration is a result that occurs when an individual desires control or has outgrown hisindividual desires control or has outgrown his environmentenvironment • In the “In the “J.O.B.J.O.B.” sense, individuals desire promotion” sense, individuals desire promotion in terms of currency, but doesn’t want to take onin terms of currency, but doesn’t want to take on additional responsibilityadditional responsibility • Additional responsibility is TRUE PROMOTIONAdditional responsibility is TRUE PROMOTION • In order to outgrown your environment, you mustIn order to outgrown your environment, you must adapt to having more responsibilityadapt to having more responsibility Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Frustration persists to thoseFrustration persists to those who possess a "JOB" mentalitywho possess a "JOB" mentality because the expression ofbecause the expression of who they are is limited.who they are is limited. Those who have discoveredThose who have discovered who they are have begun thewho they are have begun the journey of personal growthjourney of personal growth and development thusand development thus coming into the realizationcoming into the realization of their PURPOSE. of their PURPOSE.  Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Who you will become isWho you will become is only limited to whatonly limited to what youryour perceive, and how youperceive, and how you perceive your currentperceive your current circumstance iscircumstance is indicative of how youindicative of how you think. - MCthink. - MC Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The journey of discoveryThe journey of discovery is ever-growing thereforeis ever-growing therefore "JOBS" serve as stepping"JOBS" serve as stepping stones to the recognitionstones to the recognition of "PURPOSE" and theof "PURPOSE" and the refinement of your skillsrefinement of your skills augments the expressionaugments the expression of who you are and whatof who you are and what you are becomING. you are becomING.  Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System A student cannot ….A student cannot …. grow beyond the personalgrow beyond the personal growthgrowth and development of hisand development of his teacher.teacher. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • IF….IF….• If his teacher is not spiritually growing andIf his teacher is not spiritually growing and developing then the student’s spiritualdeveloping then the student’s spiritual growth and development is limitedgrowth and development is limited • If his teacher is not mentally growing andIf his teacher is not mentally growing and developing then the student’s mental growthdeveloping then the student’s mental growth and development is limitedand development is limited • If his teacher is not physically growing andIf his teacher is not physically growing and developing then the student’s physicaldeveloping then the student’s physical growth and development is limitedgrowth and development is limited Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • IF….IF…. • If his teacher is not sociallyIf his teacher is not socially growing and developing thengrowing and developing then the student’s social growth andthe student’s social growth and development is limiteddevelopment is limited • If his teacher is not financiallyIf his teacher is not financially growing and developing thengrowing and developing then the student’s financial growththe student’s financial growth and development is limitedand development is limited Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • IF….IF….• A “teacher” has experience and no revelation hisA “teacher” has experience and no revelation his influenceinfluence (LEVERAGE)(LEVERAGE) is limited to what heis limited to what he perceives asperceives as TRUTHTRUTH • ““TRUTH”TRUTH” is being revealed to us by the illuminationis being revealed to us by the illumination of His Spiritof His Spirit • This leads to the separation of light from darknessThis leads to the separation of light from darkness • Separation triggers germination, the yielding ofSeparation triggers germination, the yielding of fruit after its own kindfruit after its own kind • REVELATIONREVELATION then ensuesthen ensues Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • If a teacher’s influence isIf a teacher’s influence is limited then thelimited then the influenceinfluence of hisof his students(LEVERAGE)isstudents(LEVERAGE)is limited as well….limited as well…. We are only limited by theWe are only limited by the way be THINK!way be THINK!Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • A teacher must be aA teacher must be a continuous student in ALLcontinuous student in ALL areas of life in order toareas of life in order to EFFECTIVELY teach, howeverEFFECTIVELY teach, however the ground that the word isthe ground that the word is sown into must be pliable insown into must be pliable in order for fruit to manifestorder for fruit to manifest for both the student and thefor both the student and the teacher.teacher. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System • It is not the programs, policies ,proceduresIt is not the programs, policies ,procedures or products that hinders us and ouror products that hinders us and our childrenchildren • It is theIt is the MANTALITYMANTALITY of the people that setsof the people that sets limitation on what can be accomplishlimitation on what can be accomplish • LIMITATION IS THEIR REALITY, ANDLIMITATION IS THEIR REALITY, AND THEIR REALITY IS SOLD TO USTHEIR REALITY IS SOLD TO US THROUGH DEMONSTRATIONTHROUGH DEMONSTRATION Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Most individual sMost individual s live within theirlive within their means because theymeans because they have neverhave never discovered who theydiscovered who they really are…really are… Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • "Training" is much more"Training" is much more than a hands on one-on-than a hands on one-on- one encounter, it is theone encounter, it is the expression ofexpression of "DEMONSTRATION" by the"DEMONSTRATION" by the trainer observed andtrainer observed and received by the trainee.received by the trainee. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System • Selling is a demonstration of a product (orSelling is a demonstration of a product (or produce) through customer serviceproduce) through customer service • Customer service transpires when value isCustomer service transpires when value is exchange d between two or more individualsexchange d between two or more individuals or entitiesor entities • Everyone strives for exceptional customerEveryone strives for exceptional customer serviceservice • Everyone has something for sale (ideas,Everyone has something for sale (ideas, philosophies, doctrines or tangible products)philosophies, doctrines or tangible products) Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System• Sales are dependent on the demonstration of aSales are dependent on the demonstration of a product (or produce) through customer SERVICEproduct (or produce) through customer SERVICE • Lack of demonstration in our personal andLack of demonstration in our personal and professional lives denote a spiritual incapacityprofessional lives denote a spiritual incapacity • This gap must be filled in order for us to have aThis gap must be filled in order for us to have a greater effect on ourgreater effect on our FAMILY UNITSFAMILY UNITS • It is not the quantity of sales, but theIt is not the quantity of sales, but the QUALITY OFQUALITY OF SALESALE • REPEAT BUYERSREPEAT BUYERS will come back to partake of thewill come back to partake of the fruit that is on your treefruit that is on your tree Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The QUALITY OF SALE ISThe QUALITY OF SALE IS THE LONG-LASTING EFFECTTHE LONG-LASTING EFFECT YOU HAVE ON SOMEONEYOU HAVE ON SOMEONE ELSE’S LIFE THROUGHELSE’S LIFE THROUGH SERVICE.SERVICE. YOU ARE “THE PRODUCT”,YOU ARE “THE PRODUCT”, AND THE PROVISION YOUAND THE PROVISION YOU PROVIDE FOR SOMEONEPROVIDE FOR SOMEONE ELSE’S LIFE IS “THEELSE’S LIFE IS “THE SERVICE.”SERVICE.”Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System • The PRIMARY reason why we are not seeing anThe PRIMARY reason why we are not seeing an abundance of fruit in our “abundance of fruit in our “FAMILY UNITSFAMILY UNITS ” is” is because the “because the “TEACHERS”TEACHERS” have yet to come into thehave yet to come into the realization of their spiritual authorityrealization of their spiritual authority • The root of the problem is a spiritual issueThe root of the problem is a spiritual issue • Mental issues are primarily connected to spiritualMental issues are primarily connected to spiritual issuesissues • We must address issues in the spirit in order toWe must address issues in the spirit in order to increase the probability of fruitincrease the probability of fruit Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System • The teachers (YOU & I) must perform “QC” and “IC”The teachers (YOU & I) must perform “QC” and “IC” • Quality Control and Inventory ControlQuality Control and Inventory Control • ““QC” and “IC” are integral parts of our growth andQC” and “IC” are integral parts of our growth and developmentdevelopment • This type of analysis makes room for us to grow andThis type of analysis makes room for us to grow and develop which has an immediate effect on those who wedevelop which has an immediate effect on those who we come into contact withcome into contact with Spiritually – Mentally – Physically- Socially -Spiritually – Mentally – Physically- Socially - FinanciallyFinancially Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • INVENTORY & QUALITYINVENTORY & QUALITY CONTROLCONTROL Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Kingdom people are called toKingdom people are called to be account managers.  We arebe account managers.  We are held accountable for theheld accountable for the tangible and intangible Godtangible and intangible God has released to US.has released to US. It does not matter if you are aIt does not matter if you are a teacher, school bus driver,teacher, school bus driver, waiter or cashier. God haswaiter or cashier. God has called you to be a managercalled you to be a manager which is also known as awhich is also known as a “STEWARD.”“STEWARD.” Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Proper resource managementProper resource management (stewardship) requires inventory(stewardship) requires inventory and quality control.  and quality control.   An inventory manager accountsAn inventory manager accounts for the quantity and quality of thefor the quantity and quality of the inventoryinventory (or products) on his or(or products) on his or her self.her self. Outdated and damaged inventoryOutdated and damaged inventory is removed or liquidated.is removed or liquidated. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !EVERYONE SHOULD!EVERYONE SHOULD SHOULD BESHOULD BE PERFORMING “QC”PERFORMING “QC” and “IC” on aand “IC” on a consistent basis!consistent basis! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • QUESTIONS TO PONDERQUESTIONS TO PONDER • Question 1: What old habits and inventory are onQuestion 1: What old habits and inventory are on your shelf collecting dust?  your shelf collecting dust?   • Question 2: What old habits and inventory need toQuestion 2: What old habits and inventory need to be removed from your self?be removed from your self? • Question 3: Has your growth and development beenQuestion 3: Has your growth and development been hindered due to this circumstance?hindered due to this circumstance?    Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • CommunicationCommunication Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION • Communication is a skill set therefore it must beCommunication is a skill set therefore it must be apart of your skills inventoryapart of your skills inventory • Communication is also an art form that must beCommunication is also an art form that must be learned, nurtured and cultivatedlearned, nurtured and cultivated • Effective communication occurs in a clear, consistentEffective communication occurs in a clear, consistent and concise fashionand concise fashion • In order for you to be progressively successful youIn order for you to be progressively successful you must become an expert in the interpretation ofmust become an expert in the interpretation of different forms of communicationdifferent forms of communication Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION • Communication occurs in several different formsCommunication occurs in several different forms – Verbally/Non-VerballyVerbally/Non-Verbally • Body language, hand gestures and facialBody language, hand gestures and facial expressionsexpressions • Face to Face (Conversing)Face to Face (Conversing) • Phone/text messagingPhone/text messaging • Internet (Social networks, email, chatting,Internet (Social networks, email, chatting, blogging)blogging) Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION IS RELIANT ON BOTHIS RELIANT ON BOTH THE SPEAKER AND THETHE SPEAKER AND THE RECEIVER INVOLVED INRECEIVER INVOLVED IN THE TRANMISSION OFTHE TRANMISSION OF INFORMATION!INFORMATION! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
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  • COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION • Minimum Internal Static (MIS) equates to aMinimum Internal Static (MIS) equates to a convergence of ideas, concepts and methodsconvergence of ideas, concepts and methods • Convergence leads to congruencyConvergence leads to congruency • Congruency leads to understandingCongruency leads to understanding • In order to achieve “In order to achieve “UNDERSTANDING”UNDERSTANDING” you mustyou must go where the other individual has beengo where the other individual has been • This enables you to take them to a higher level ofThis enables you to take them to a higher level of thinking or understandingthinking or understanding Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION ADDRESSES THEADDRESSES THE ROOT OF THEROOT OF THE ISSUE.ISSUE. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION • You ability to “You ability to “EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE” communicate is” communicate is necessary for your progressive success and those whonecessary for your progressive success and those who you come into contact withyou come into contact with • It is difficult to provide exceptional service to aIt is difficult to provide exceptional service to a customer if an overwhelming amount of internalcustomer if an overwhelming amount of internal static is presentstatic is present • An individual with internal distractions will haveAn individual with internal distractions will have difficulty communicating effectivelydifficulty communicating effectively Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • You must be able toYou must be able to read between the linesread between the lines and behind anand behind an individual’s words andindividual’s words and actions, however…..actions, however….. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • You will never know a person’sYou will never know a person’s struggle until you havestruggle until you have walked inwalked in their shoes.their shoes. So….So…. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !YOUR!YOUR INTERNALINTERNAL STATIC MUSTSTATIC MUST BE MINIMAL!BE MINIMAL! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Information ManagementInformation Management Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • We are in an INFORMATION AGE, andWe are in an INFORMATION AGE, and though there is a heavy influx ofthough there is a heavy influx of information we must perfect the use ofinformation we must perfect the use of certain technology to advance ourselvescertain technology to advance ourselves thus advancing the Kingdom of God.thus advancing the Kingdom of God. However, we need not be distracted by theHowever, we need not be distracted by the overhaul of technological advancementsoverhaul of technological advancements because this can become a distraction ifbecause this can become a distraction if they are not used in an appropriate fashion.they are not used in an appropriate fashion. Maturity and moderation will be key for USMaturity and moderation will be key for US as we move forward. Once we divert from theas we move forward. Once we divert from the originaloriginal PURPOSEPURPOSE of technologyof technology (tangible & intangible)(tangible & intangible) confusion willconfusion will be the end result.be the end result. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Information ManagementInformation Management • Information managementInformation management (IM)(IM) is the ability tois the ability to effectively organize, retrieve and apply informationeffectively organize, retrieve and apply information (Spiritually & Mentally)(Spiritually & Mentally) • In today’s information age, Intellectual PropertyIn today’s information age, Intellectual Property (IP)(IP) has exceeded the value of physical propertyhas exceeded the value of physical property • Intellectual PropertyIntellectual Property (or Intellectual Capital)(or Intellectual Capital) resultsresults from intellectually created processes, programsfrom intellectually created processes, programs designs, policies, procedures and productsdesigns, policies, procedures and products Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Our Educational SystemOur Educational System ““The Family Units”The Family Units” Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • Immediate family - Your household which in mostImmediate family - Your household which in most cases consist of your wife/husband and children.cases consist of your wife/husband and children. • Extended family – This comprises of your in-laws,Extended family – This comprises of your in-laws, brothers, sisters, cousins, etc.brothers, sisters, cousins, etc. • Spiritual family-  Your church and other churches –Spiritual family-  Your church and other churches – The ENTIRE body of ChristThe ENTIRE body of Christ .. • Community – Whatever locale you reside and haveCommunity – Whatever locale you reside and have INVOLVEMENTINVOLVEMENT in.in. • THE WORKPLACETHE WORKPLACE- The- The LOCATIONLOCATION where you earnwhere you earn your wages.your wages. • Internet – social and professional networks.Internet – social and professional networks. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • “WHO YOU AREWHO YOU ARE CONNECT ED TO WILLCONNECT ED TO WILL EITHER MAKE YOUEITHER MAKE YOU OR BREAK YOU!”OR BREAK YOU!” PASTOR JULIUSPASTOR JULIUS THOMASTHOMAS Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • THE WORKPLACETHE WORKPLACE • ““THE WORK PLACETHE WORK PLACE ” & “” & “WORKWORK” are two totally” are two totally different entitiesdifferent entities • THE WORKPLACETHE WORKPLACE is theis the LOCATIONLOCATION where you earnwhere you earn your wagesyour wages • THE WORKPLACETHE WORKPLACE is the place God has placed you tois the place God has placed you to complete the work(you r assignment) and to producecomplete the work(you r assignment) and to produce a work (FRUIT)a work (FRUIT) Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • WORKWORK • Work is not a physical destination;Work is not a physical destination; itit is a distribution of youris a distribution of your experience, training, skill andexperience, training, skill and talent that equates to people,talent that equates to people, products, programs and services.products, programs and services. • The more quality training youThe more quality training you RECEIVE the more that can beRECEIVE the more that can be shared with consumers (orshared with consumers (or customers).customers). Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • WORKWORK • The roles, responsibilities and duties at theThe roles, responsibilities and duties at the workplace are routineworkplace are routine • Focus must be placed on identifying the reoccurringFocus must be placed on identifying the reoccurring tasks at the workplacetasks at the workplace • Your ability to understand everyday procedures isYour ability to understand everyday procedures is vital to your progressionvital to your progression • This will help you maximize the use of your time atThis will help you maximize the use of your time at the workplacethe workplace • If you can maximize the use of your time at the workIf you can maximize the use of your time at the work place then your effort, talent and resources will beplace then your effort, talent and resources will be utilize d to their full capacityutilize d to their full capacity Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !YOUR GIFT!YOUR GIFT WILL MAKEWILL MAKE ROOM FORROOM FOR YOU!YOU! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • WORKWORK • The proper use of your time, talent and treasuresThe proper use of your time, talent and treasures (resources) stands on the foundation of God’s Word(resources) stands on the foundation of God’s Word • Read Matthew 25:14-46Read Matthew 25:14-46 • Priority-management (Stewardship) is a criticalPriority-management (Stewardship) is a critical component for your personal growth andcomponent for your personal growth and developmentdevelopment • Routine-mundane tasks has rocked some of us toRoutine-mundane tasks has rocked some of us to sleepsleep Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • WORKWORK • Cultivate and refine the art of priority-managementCultivate and refine the art of priority-management • This will present you with the opportunity to identifyThis will present you with the opportunity to identify problems within your organizationproblems within your organization • Problems exists to be SOLVEDProblems exists to be SOLVED Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • WORK • The creative ability is on the inside of you, it just hasThe creative ability is on the inside of you, it just has to be activatedto be activated • Routine is a left-brain functionRoutine is a left-brain function • Though we read from left to right, we should not beThough we read from left to right, we should not be observing from left to rightobserving from left to right • Observation (In the Spirit) occurs from right to leftObservation (In the Spirit) occurs from right to left • The right side of the brain should be utilized inThe right side of the brain should be utilized in compliment to the left side of the braincompliment to the left side of the brain Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • IF YOU DON’TIF YOU DON’T GET DISTRACTEDGET DISTRACTED BY EVERDAY-BY EVERDAY- MUDANE LIFEMUDANE LIFE ISSUES, YOU WILLISSUES, YOU WILL SEE THESEE THE OPPORTUNITY TOOPPORTUNITY TO GROW!GROW!Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • !YOU MUST GROW UP!YOU MUST GROW UP INTO OPPORTUNITY!INTO OPPORTUNITY! !SEEK OPPORTUNITIES!SEEK OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW, NOTTO GROW, NOT OPPORTUNTIES TO GO!OPPORTUNTIES TO GO! Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • . The LoopThe Loop
  • Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved. The LoopThe Loop • The loop is a chain or cycle of routine.The loop is a chain or cycle of routine. • Routine will put you to sleep on yourRoutine will put you to sleep on your assignment.assignment. • Routine is influenced by yourRoutine is influenced by your environmentenvironment – Internally & ExternallyInternally & Externally – External circumstances competeExternal circumstances compete with internal thoughtswith internal thoughts
  • Get out of this loopGet out of this loop
  • Get into this loopGet into this loop
  • How to get into the loop • The root of the loop is your thoughtThe root of the loop is your thought • Attack the thoughtAttack the thought – Connect to a prophetic personConnect to a prophetic person – Utilize an accountability partnerUtilize an accountability partner – Get into the habit of identifying andGet into the habit of identifying and notating problemsnotating problems • Internally and ExternallyInternally and Externally – Get into the habit of becoming a result-Get into the habit of becoming a result- oriented personoriented person • What is the end result of what I’ve doneWhat is the end result of what I’ve done
  • Changed Thoughts…..Changed Thoughts….. Grows Actions…Grows Actions… Reproducing Results….Reproducing Results….
  • Get into the loopGet into the loop • Do not allow traditional route to putDo not allow traditional route to put you to sleepyou to sleep • Change your environment (internallyChange your environment (internally and externally)and externally) • If you external circumstancesIf you external circumstances influence your internal thoughts theninfluence your internal thoughts then your thinking is in erroryour thinking is in error
  • REINVENT YOURSELFREINVENT YOURSELF • REINVENT: To reconstruct, recreate, remakeREINVENT: To reconstruct, recreate, remake or renovate something that has alreadyor renovate something that has already been invented for the purpose ofbeen invented for the purpose of advancement, development and/oradvancement, development and/or “IMPROVEMENT.”“IMPROVEMENT.” Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • We all have problem areas orWe all have problem areas or “MISSING FEATURES” in our lives or“MISSING FEATURES” in our lives or areas that require “IMPROVEMENT. Ifareas that require “IMPROVEMENT. If you want better (DESIRE), you mustyou want better (DESIRE), you must first think better (VISION), plan betterfirst think better (VISION), plan better (PRIORITIZATION) and then you can(PRIORITIZATION) and then you can do better (DEMONSTRATION) .do better (DEMONSTRATION) . Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Reinventing The WheelReinventing The Wheel • The following are examples of how we have beenThe following are examples of how we have been “Reinventing The Wheel.” A Comparison of the Past“Reinventing The Wheel.” A Comparison of the Past and Present.and Present. •    • 1. ATARI to Microsoft Xbox 3601. ATARI to Microsoft Xbox 360 • 2. A- tracks to albums to cassettes to CDs2. A- tracks to albums to cassettes to CDs • 3. VHS Tapes to DVDs3. VHS Tapes to DVDs • 4. Computer Floppy Discs to USB jump drives4. Computer Floppy Discs to USB jump drives • 5. Desktop (Personal Computer) to Laptops5. Desktop (Personal Computer) to Laptops • 6. Portable CD Players to MP3 players or Ipads6. Portable CD Players to MP3 players or Ipads Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • Every product and serviceEvery product and service goes through a process ofgoes through a process of refinement, and in thisrefinement, and in this process the product and/orprocess the product and/or service’s anticipated endservice’s anticipated end result is to improve or to getresult is to improve or to get better.better. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
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  • An Example of Reverse Engineering:An Example of Reverse Engineering: Cheeseburger (EXISTING PRODUCT)Cheeseburger (EXISTING PRODUCT) • (4) Product: Cheeseburger is “SCALEABLE” by its taste.(4) Product: Cheeseburger is “SCALEABLE” by its taste. A. Taste: BadA. Taste: Bad • (3) Mechanism: Identify the procedures or process involved in making(3) Mechanism: Identify the procedures or process involved in making a cheeseburger.a cheeseburger. • A. What are the ingredients and how is it constructed?A. What are the ingredients and how is it constructed? • (2) Idea: Modify the seasoning, spices and sauces (RECIPE).(2) Idea: Modify the seasoning, spices and sauces (RECIPE). • (1) Concept/Principle : Cheeseburgers must taste good to satisfy the(1) Concept/Principle : Cheeseburgers must taste good to satisfy the customer.customer. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • So…So… • YOUYOU can create a “NEW” productcan create a “NEW” product by utilizing Padeno/ Wealthby utilizing Padeno/ Wealth Creation methods.Creation methods. • YOU canYOU can improve upon thatimprove upon that product by utilizing reverseproduct by utilizing reverse engineering.engineering. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • The Gardner vs. The HunterThe Gardner vs. The Hunter Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • ““The Hunter”The Hunter” • The "The "HuntersHunters" are those who seek" are those who seek for for J.O.B.SJ.O.B.S outside themselves. outside themselves. • Focused is placed on finding J.O.B.S. instead ofFocused is placed on finding J.O.B.S. instead of focusing on the cultivation of focusing on the cultivation of FRUITFRUIT (Nurturing the Garden). (Nurturing the Garden).  • The 9 to 5 cycle drains the energy that can beThe 9 to 5 cycle drains the energy that can be utilized in the cultivation of theutilized in the cultivation of the FRUIT. FRUIT. However,However,  if the hunter nurtured his garden hisif the hunter nurtured his garden his mentality would changed as well thus minimizingmentality would changed as well thus minimizing distractions that are outside himself.distractions that are outside himself. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • ““The Hunter”The Hunter” • When the focus is placed on the J.O.B. the potentialWhen the focus is placed on the J.O.B. the potential for growth and development is hindered.for growth and development is hindered. • The J.O.B. “MANTALITY” limits the expression of whoThe J.O.B. “MANTALITY” limits the expression of who the individual is because a person with a J.O.B.the individual is because a person with a J.O.B. “MANTALITY” grows little.“MANTALITY” grows little. • When a limitation is set on the individual,When a limitation is set on the individual, frustration results and the individual quits thefrustration results and the individual quits the J.O.B. J.O.B.  Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • ““The Gardner”The Gardner” The "Gardener" visual consists of three interdependent cycles: 1. The SEED 2. CULTIVATION 3. Fruit (or PRODUCE) Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
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  • ““The Gardner”The Gardner” • The "SEED" which is the knowledge that is sowed into the "GARDEN" which is US is "CULTIVATED" through a repetitive cycle of water (TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT) • This results in the refinement of our talent, skill and ability to produce. • Each concept (communications, information man., have to be watered continually until they are ripe and ready to be sown into the "JOB MARKET"). Employees focus too much attention on the J.O.B. instead on focusing on "CULTIVATING" their talent, skills and abilities (THE TOOLS) which would equip them go beyond the J.O.B. to produce a work. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • • Two issues arises that hinder the refinement (MATURITY) of the fruit.  • #1 - is that the individuals that are attempting to instruct us have yet to cultivate the concept themselves.  • #2 - The ground we are attempting to sow into is not ready which is usually due to the climate (where we are in our individual lives (our perceptions) and the atmosphere in which we are being taught (internally and externally. Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • AN ABUDANT PROCESSAN ABUDANT PROCESS Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
  • AN ABUDANT PROCESSAN ABUDANT PROCESS • Tilling – The Ground (The Heart & Mind)Tilling – The Ground (The Heart & Mind) • Planting – The Seed (Knowledge)Planting – The Seed (Knowledge) • Watering – Speaking (The Potential)Watering – Speaking (The Potential) • Refining – Iron Sharpens IronRefining – Iron Sharpens Iron • Maturing – Doing (Exercising Authority)Maturing – Doing (Exercising Authority) • Producing – Manifestation (Becoming)Producing – Manifestation (Becoming) • Sowing - Time, Talent , TreasureSowing - Time, Talent , Treasure Copyright Marcus L. Cage, 2011. All rights reserved.
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