Even in our rich country, many are still working hard to make ends meet. It's a mystery to us how some can live so well, with expensive cars, big house, cabin in the mountain and by the sea, and a yacht at the pier.
Talents and education do not make up the great difference – so how does this really come about?
The key is not to be smarter than everybody else, nor to have the right education, but in exploiting opportunities and take chances, be willing to bet on what one believes in and not give up at the first resistance.
Everybody has these talents, and everybody can develop them. We must accept the fact that what we're doing determines what we're getting, and what we're thinking determines what we're doing. The conditioning that we've been exposed to through our upbringing, education and work has created the attitudes that direct our thoughts and thereby our actions.
As soon as we accept this fact we can start taking control over our life and steer it in the right direction. We need help from someone who has gone through the same process, ie. a coach or mentor. It's also of vital importance that we work on this ourselves. Nothing worth while was ever free or easy!
Personal, especially economical, goals are often perceived as signs of selfishness and greed. So know that whoever gives a lot, gets a lot. Only through giving can we ever become genuinely rich.
Doing the business I'm doing now has made me discover the meaning of life itself as I see it:
Share the good things.
This must be the most satisfying task anyone can take on.
The time has come to say a few words about this business. The principles for "The Ideal Business" was formulated more than 30 years ago. See a separate page about this here.
Most of us recommend things we like to our friends without expecting or getting anything in return. We've been doing it since about the age of 5, so we're more or less fully educated experts, and the transition from doing it for free to getting paid is very small.
Network Marketing may be the world's most misunderstood business model, but it's also one of the most ethical, fair and humane (philantrophic) ones in existence – and it fulfills all of the 12 principles mentioned above. Note that the person who defined them, didn't believe that they could ever become a reality!
If you want an improvement in life, be aware that the best way to achieve it is to help other people improve theirs.
This is what Network Marketing is all about.