Winning a Sweepstakes Takes Persistence – Just Like Championship Tennis
I just finished reading “Open,” the soul-baring autobiography of tennis legend Andre Agassi. It’s quite a ride, and I’d recommend reading it.
By the time Andre was a teenager, he had practiced returning literally MILLIONS of tennis balls hurled at him by the “dragon,” a menacing machine installed in his backyard by a father determined to make his son the best tennis player in the world. The goal was met, and there’s no doubt that persistence played a crucial role in achieving Agassi’s success.
I’m not suggesting that you should enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes millions of times as Andre returned millions of tennis balls; but if you’d like to win a Big Check worth MILLIONS of dollars, the more times you enter our fabulous contest the better.
The more PCH Sweepstakes winners I meet, the more I’m convinced that persistence is really important. You may be encouraged to learn that I have known some winners who had “beginner’s luck” and won with their first entry. But, for the most part, the folks who win enter our sweepstakes enter every chance they get – either by sending an entry back by mail or by entering religiously online at pch.com.
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