The “I Want it and I Want it Now” mentality is destroying America.

If you’re legally an adult, you probably realize that nothing worth accomplishing is fast, easy, or free.

We live in a society where people expect instant results with EVERYTHING they do.

They try marriage for two months, have their first argument, and get divorced.

They go to the gym and if they aren’t super buff by their third day they quit.

They join a network marketing company and if they aren’t earning $10k per month
by their second month they leave and call it a scam.

The “I want it and I want it now” mentality will lead to heartache, anger and disappointment.

When was the last time you accomplished anything significant in a quick amount of time?

It takes four years to graduate college. Right?

My first job was an entry level job. Wasn’t yours? It took years of work to advance through the ranks didn’t it?

Why is it people will work 40 to 50 years in a career they don’t even enjoy, yet give up in network marketing in less than 60 days?

I think it’s the “I want it and I want it now” mentality.

Network marketing isn’t a perfect business, but it is better.

You probably won’t get rich quick.  You might not make any money at all.

However, if you get started, team up with a good mentor, develop a game plan, do a little bit every day to build your business, and stick with it, you will eventually succeed!  I think so anyway.

The time will go by anyway.  Three years from now you’ll wish you would have got started and built up a steadily repeating income!  Trust me on that one.

Our team is growing.  We’re looking for new customers and reps.  If you want to get busy and create your Plan B, give me a call or send me an email.

I look forward to hearing from you.  Have a great day!

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Steve Norris
Steve Norris

After a lifetime of some successes, more near misses and even more outright failures, I find I've gained some skills and some wisdom along the way. I'm in the continuing process of developing more of the former and hopefully a little of the latter as well. I've reached a point where my primary interest is to develop an income that can support what I call a Location Optional lifestyle. I want to live where I want, how I want and when I want. A little narcissistic, I know, but there is only so much time in life and there are still many places from where I have not seen the sun rise. Fortunately, I've been blessed with a wife who feels the same way.