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Do You Own Your Life?


There was once a bear who was part of a traveling zoo.

The bear was kept in a ten-foot cage. Every day he would pace ten feet forward and ten feet back. Ten feet forward and ten feet back.

The bear was beginning to get old, so one day the roadside zoo sold him to an animal sanctuary. They put the bear in a natural habitat and opened the door.

No more bars!

However, the bear would not leave the cage. Instead, he paced back and forth. Ten feet forward and ten feet back.

Finally, they started a small fire at one end of the cage, forcing the bear to come out. Yet, once he was out of the cage, all he would do was pace ten feet forward and ten feet back.

Eventually, they had to put the bear down.

How about you?

Are you like the bear? Are you stuck in a rut? Is it the same meaningless routine, day after day, year after year?

Are you living a life of quiet desperation, waiting to go to the grave with your music still in you?


P.S. Do most people own their life?

They not only do not own their life, but they also do not even realize it.

They're so busy trying to make a living and make ends meet, they have not stopped to consider the fact they have practically no time of their own.

Does that sound like you?


P.P.S. By the way, how much money will you need by the time you're ready to retire?

To generate $10,000 a month, you'll need $2.4 million dollars in the bank.

For a monthly income of $5,000, you'll need to have saved $1.2 million dollars.

In network marketing, in three years or less, you can have a monthly income of $5,000. That's like having $1 million to $3 million dollars in the bank.

How much money do you have saved right now?


Note: If you are weak, desperate, or a short-term thinker, the network marketing business model is not for you.

Why?

Because network marketing is not a simple, fast or easy way to make money.

This is especially true if you have no previous experience in sales, marketing or being a business owner.

If anyone says to you...

"It's easy, anyone can do it!"

"You can make big money fast!"

"Everyone will want this!"

"We are the greatest (company, products, pay plan, founders)!"

"All you have to do is share with your friends, family, or neighbors!"

...then as quickly as you can, run away from them.

Don't fall for this nonsense. It's all hype.

You know there is much more to it if you want to be successful, don't you?