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Do you know where you’re going to?

If you don’t, one thing is certain, you’ll never get there. Is it not impossible, or at least a rare stroke of luck, for an archer to hit a target they cannot see? The same is true of attaining the life you want; if you don’t have a clear vision of who you want to be, what you want to do and what you want to have, your chances of success are roughly the same as that archer’s.

forninggroupbaldeagleeagleflightwingsanimalsAmerica’s national bird is the mighty eagle, but have you ever stopped to consider what sets this powerful bird apart? Not only does the eagle soar high in the sky, but this king of birds has the ability to see its prey from miles in the air. What the eagle has, the reason it rarely misses its target, is vision; every detail is identified and the attack plan in place before the swoop ever begins.

The late Dr. Myles Monroe said, “Vision is the key to your life having meaning,” and David the poet king wrote, “Where there is no vision, the people parish.” Okay, sounds profound, but what does it have to do with you reaching your goals? Attaining success is a lot like planning a vacation; you can’t schedule a flight, book a hotel or even pack appropriately if you don’t know where you’re going.

Wanting a good life for yourself and family is a great start, but it’s not enough. What does that great life look like? Where do you live? How do you dress? What’s in your refrigerator for a midnight snack? Yes, I’m serious; you must be able to clearly see your vision down to the minutest detail in order to manifest it. Sound like a lot of work? It’s not; in fact, it could be the most fun you’ve had in a while and you’ve had the required tools all your life though I’m willing to bet you haven’t used them in a while. All you need is your imagination and a refresher course in daydreaming. That’s it; anything your mind can see and believe, it can achieve.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the whole world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.” ~ The Twelve Universal Laws of Success

Which industry creates 200,000 new entrepreneurs weekly?

While employment benefits continue to dwindle & wages continue to shrink relative to inflation, people in one industry have seen earnings growth nearly double the rate of inflation four of the last five years. And while many industries struggle to with adapt to changing demographics and lifestyles in the workforce, the only limits on the personal & financial freedom of workers in one industry are those of imagination ~ their own.

The industry showed a five percent growth in personnel and a more than three percent growth in profits/earning in 2013. What industry? Network marketing. I know everybody has a perception about the industry, which is why I took the time to lay a bit of a foundation. Network marketing is not only among the fastest growing industries of the 21st century, it opens the door to entrepreneurship, and therefore the possibility for financial autonomy to people across all educational and income levels.

I’ve been involved in network marketing for more than three decades and I’d like you to consider a couple things. Yes, I am an active marketer; no, I’m not going to discuss my company or product here. I simply want for you what I believe most all of us want for ourselves ~ the money and freedom to live the life of your dreams. And I know that becoming a marketing entrepreneur is perhaps the fastest way to accomplish that goal. At least the fastest way I know and I was once a practicing attorney.

MYTH: All direct marketing companies are pyramid schemes and only the people who get in at the beginning ever make any money.

FACT: Network marketing is one of the few industries where reward is directly commiserate with effort. The limits on your earnings are established solely by your efforts not capped by an arbitrary going rate for your job title/description.

Three things to look for when considering a network marketing company

  • Strength ~ look for a company with experienced management, a solid financial position and 3-5 years operating history.
  • Product viability ~ look for products (goods/services) that’s lots of people want but few have. Products what are consumable and fill a need like nutrition and personal care fall into this category.
  • Earnings ~ look for a compensation plan that is easy to understand and properly rewards your efforts. A good plan balances retail income, wholesale income, overrides and bonuses with rewards for duplication and training. Additionally ensure the start-up and maintenance costs are not prohibitive.

MYTH: You have to irate and alienate friends and family to even begin to get a network marketing business off the ground.

FACT: Network marketing is about networking. While it’s true, the money’s in your list, building your list isn’t about bugging your barber; it’s about building relationships and setting goals. Interest, credibility and a continuous pipeline all result from the disciplined building of good relationships.

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People don’t care what you’re selling until they know you care about them.

MYTH: Sponsors don’t really care. Once you sign up, you’re on your own.

FACT: Simply not true. While sponsors sometimes do abandon new distributors, you are never on your own. I want you to succeed! I want to help you succeed so every Saturday morning at 8a EST I host the Millionaire Mentorship Call. For two and a half years, my goal has been/is to provide entrepreneurs and marketers of every skill level the tools, motivation and encouragement they need to be what they want to be, do what they want to do and have what they want to have. There’s no cost to participate and I’d love to meet you there.

To your success,

Herby

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Money grows on trees: got seeds?

 

No such thing as a money tree you say? But, of course, there is; while its roots, trunk and branches exist in the realm of the invisible, the fruit is manifest in every area of your life and the power of cultivation is in your hands alone.

What do I mean? There is a universal law of Value and Mutual Exchange that affects every area of your life; it is the stuff of the invisible part of our tree. How effectively you apply the law in your life is the seed. Abundance and prosperity are not solely defined financially, but as we’re discussing a money tree today, I’ll illustrate using the law using the Four Principals of Wealth.

The Earning Principle

Covers the exchange of value required to create sufficient income to meet your needs. In other words, before you can grow anything, you must be clear about where you are. One thing I’ve discovered that most of the very rich have in common is that they all keep a meticulous account of their money ~ how they make it and how they spend it. They have and live by a budget and they pay themselves first. If you don’t have a budget, make one and commit to live by it. And take the time to track your spending; you’ll likely be astounded by how many dollars are slipping through your fingers unnoticed.

The Spending Principle

Is primarily a matter of adjusting the way you look at releasing your money. Spending is finite and carries the connotation of loss; if you are spending your money, immediately is a good time to stop. Instead, put your money into circulation; this will allow both your expectation and your money to grow, because when something circulates it must return to its source multiplied. Ensure that every penny you expend is an investment in achieving your vision of your best you.

The Savings Principle

Whether you’re doing it or not, you know the principle of saving; if you’re like most of us, rainy days and retirement have been a perpetual theme for years. All that’s left to say on this issue is if you do not have a foundation, you cannot build a future.

The Investing Principle

Covers what to do with the surplus you have revealed in your life by applying the first three principle of wealth. There are many ways to invest in your dream. Increasing skill generally equates to increased cash flow; furthering your education is such an investment. Diverting a percentage of your surplus into eliminating interest-bearing debt is another. Investing requires commitment and consistency, and reaps great reward. In a study done during the writing of The Twelve Universal Laws of Success, several years ago when average interest rates were higher, I discovered that an investment of $100 monthly at 12% would yield $24,004 in 10 years and $349,496 in 30. Three hundred dollars a month invested at the same interest rate yields $1,048,488 in 30 years.

I know I’ve been a bit long-winded today, but I felt it important to share the basics of the Law of Value with you. If I’ve helped you, please take a minute to say so and if I’ve missed the mark, please tell me that too. Thanks for reading!

Herby

PS. If you’d like to know more about the Law of Value or The Twelve Universal Laws of Success, please visit my website here.