You don’t get a choice about whether you’re going to build a life or create a life. I don’t either. If I breathe another 365 days, I will have created another year of my life.
The only choice I get is whether it’s out of design – something I’d love to create – or if it’s out of default because I just keep running the same patterns and thinking the same thoughts – and my life will pretty much look the same way. Continue reading →
Ever feel like quitting? “Are you kidding?” you ask, “A better question would be, ‘How many times TODAY have I felt like quitting?’ ” Sure. We’ve all felt like “throwing in the towel” at one time or another. If you haven’t, I suggest that you check your pulse quickly.
And here’s a real shocker for you: the notion that “winners never quit” is a crock! Everyone – even “winners”- has not only felt like it, but has even quit at one time or another. Continue reading →
So you’ve started your business and maybe you’re struggling to get it off the ground.
First off, it’s important to remember that your Network Marketing / MLM / Home Business is neither a hobby nor a get-rich-scheme, but it’s an opportunity for you to earn money running your own part- or full-time business. Continue reading →
It used to be that many, many people immigrated to the U.S. – from England, Ireland, Germany, pretty much anywhere in the world. Many of them came with just the clothes on their backs, but they came to the “land of opportunity” and created their own opportunity. There were even people who swam out of Vietnam for that chance of a better life and opportunity offered by the U.S.
Then the Industrial age came to America, and everyone started working for big companies. That was great while it lasted, but is no longer an effective way to build wealth. It’s time to get back to finding our own opportunities. Continue reading →
Today I saw a news report that shocked me and it’s a HUGE problem that needs to be fixed.
Did you know that 36% of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings! (That doesn’t count the money you may have tied up in the home you may own.)
This is TOTAL savings. Savings for retirement… savings for a rainy day! Most of the news report was giving the reasons blaming higher taxes, higher cost of living, stagnant wages and a general declining economy. Continue reading →