You know, when it’s all said and done, freedom is not free. Whether you’re fighting for your financial independence or our country’s’ independence, you can always expect tragedy, sacrifice and pain. But in the end, it’s worth it. Speaking of making sacrifices:
As it relates to our business, when we make the sacrifice and give up some of the “good things” we may enjoy doing- like watching television all evening or mindlessly surfing the internet- when we exchange some of those time-wasters and instead do the things we don’t want to do- like going to those extra meetings, making those phone calls, dealing with rejection, being inconvenienced (all the things that need to be done to be successful and have that financial freedom)- then we can finally say we own our life again.
You have to do the work to earn the rewards.
This is the true value of being our own boss, calling our own shots and never having to worry about money again. And THAT freedom is not free. It’s something we have to sacrifice to get.
In order to make the withdrawals, we’ve got to make the deposits.
To the new distributor who’s just launching their business, or for anyone in our industry whose made the decision to take the plunge and make a commitment, you’re making the decision and are saying “I want to have more, do more and be more in my life! And not only for myself, but for my family & my children as well.”
It’s that fight, that spirit, that’s critical to your success. Sure, you can do all the right things and equip yourself with the tools and have some success. But when it’s all said and done, we should learn from those who have died to protect the freedom of our country and think about what they had to give up. If we can take THAT spirit and apply it towards the success of our business and have the attitude of “the least that I will do is whatever it takes in the pursuit of my freedom,” then success is inevitable.