Network Marketing Success – The Inside Story

Success is more a matter of desire and commitment than anything else. Most of the time, those who make it to the top are not the most talented, they are not the ones with the most resources, they are not the ones who would have been voted most likely to succeed but they are invariably the ones who wanted it the most and were willing to pay the price.

This may sound strange, but it is the absolute truth. Everything you see in the physical started in the mind. The computer you are using to read this article was first created in the mind. Before you make any meaningful fortune you will need to completely change your thinking.

The result was absolutely amazing. Each one of the participants revealed the very same ‘secrets’ that I had heard from the Billionaires and millionaires through books and seminars. And even more amazing – each of the stories we heard touched the listeners in the same way that the stories the Most Richest persons in the world speak of do.

What you want to do next is, beside every item on your list, put a “$” symbol if that item represents something that requires money and a “*” next to the items that don’t. For example, if you wrote “pay off debt,” that gets a “$” since you need money to pay off your mortgage, credit card debt, etc. If you wrote something like “spend more time with kids,” that gets a “*” because you don’t need to write a check to do that.

Thomas Edison persisted through 4,999 different attempts to invent and perfect the incandescent lamp. He finally succeeded on his 5,000th attempt. This is a Youngest Billionaires recorded fact.

Just imagine the lifestyle of celebrities like Paris Hilton and all the attention she gets. Every new thing she wears became the stuff of fashion news. If news of Mr. Warren Buffets latest acquisition ever comes to light, the world will make a headlong rush towards that same investment. Yes, it seems people regard them as some kind of demigod. They should be adored, emulated and given due respect.

And do not use another persons suffering as your excuse not to thrive. There is enough lack, pain and limitation being covered on the news. We are all part of what I consider a cosmic teeter-totter – and we need to tip the scales, energetically, the other way. Even if that small way is simply living up to our full potential. Or forgiving our neighbor. Or spending time in our garden to listen to the birds sing. Giving thanks.

Raymond Martinze