Tag: success

It’s not fair and it is unjust

It’s not fair, so this is your opportunity to get into the 5%.

The ball is in your court.

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Take 100 men and women at the start of their working careers and follow them for forty years until they reach retirement age, and here’s what you’ll find. According to the Social Security Administration:
• Only one will be wealthy

• Four will be financially secure

• Five will continue working, not because they want to but because they have to;

• Thirty-six will be dead;

• And fifty-four will be dead broke, dependent on their meager Social Security Pensions, relatives, friends, even charity for a minimum standard of living.

That’s five percent successful, ninety five percent unsuccessful.

It’s not fair.

Don’t you hate the fact that it’s all too easy to be one of the unfortunate ninety five percent who never make it? And yet you don’t want that to happen to YOU.

Is there anything worse than wanting to get ahead but because of ‘lack of knowledge’ you somehow can’t quite get started?

Don’t you hate it that through no fault of your own, your personal circumstances may be holding you back from earning the money that you really deserve? 

It’s not fair and it’s unjust.

There has to be a better way. And there is.

This is your opportunity to be in the 5%


One thing is for certain, my goal is to make YOU wealthy . . . if you are ready for it.

With this post and it’s remarkable opportunity, I’ll prove that to you and show you how to . . . either get started (finally) or how to dramatically improve your success and wealth by helping people save and earn on essential services.

You may be busy right now.  You may have been ‘burnt’ by somebody’s else’s offer of teaching you how to ‘get rich’ . . . . After all, the fact that you’re reading this material in the first place would suggest that you’ve tried several opportunities before, probably from a number of sources. I must stress to you . . . this is not a ‘Get-Rich-Quick Scheme’. I’m offering you the chance to be one of the select few people that can make a difference in your life and other people’s lives.

Two thirds of my life is undoubtedly just like yours, I live in the real world, not in fantasy or ‘la la’  land.

YOU know how easy it is to try an opportunity  and then let it go. You get more excited than a person who has just won ‘GOLD LOTTO’ only to find out later, after the adrenalin rush is over, that it’s a lot harder than the ‘Sales Pitch’ said it would be. This is just not fair.

Now I’m not saying for one minute that you can not make money from any other opportunity  . . . in fact many people do make serious money, however getting your hands on any money making tools is one thing . . .teaching you, holding your hand every step of the way is another.
From the day you become an Independent Marketing Rep, to the day you reach Senior Vice President  . . . my team and I are there to support you and mentor you throughout the entire process, providing you with our expertise, our time, our knowledge to help you create a residual wealth generating  business !

You may be tempted to delete this out unread. But a wise person investigates what fools take for granted.

If the thought of getting wealthy doesn’t fit within your paradigms or even offends you, it might be a good idea to delete this information straight in the trash folder and retreat to your safety zone, watch your life pass by as you wait for that big superannuation pay-out (minus all the taxes of course) and become one of the 95% of people who are unsuccessful.

But, if you truly are sick and tired of flogging yourself closer and closer to an early grave, in your current business, or worse still in service to someone who pay’s you a pittance for your blood, sweat and tears, or you simply want to create wealth and buy back your life, then welcome to what I promise will be one of the most truthful, blunt, practical and insightful opportunity to what it takes to become wealthy and to ‘Retire Sooner’!

The ball is in your court – if you are ready for a change or to make a difference  in your life or someone else’s click below to get started.


I wish I knew – on success and happiness

I have grown to realize that we all breathe the same air. In some way we are connected, think of someone and (coincidence as we say) they appear or they may call you on the phone, and we say – I was just thinking about you or you just cross my mind. Look at someone without them looking at you and all of a sudden they turn and look at you, or sometimes you feel someone looking at you and when you turn they are truly looking at you. I wish I knew more about the awesome presence and all the mysteries of God or our creator, and then I would have taught my kids to be more aware of these mysteries.

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We all have the potential to be successful and happy; however success and happiness mean different things to different people. It is really how we look at things or how we respond when things happen to us. Just as we cannot make anyone do anything, no one can make us do anything. We are the ones who have the power to say yea or nay. No one but our self is keeping us back from being successful and happy. There is nobody to blame for anything but yourself.

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Our experiences are what determine who we are, each one provides a lesson to be learnt, and however sometimes we tend to curse these experiences or focus on the negative instead of looking to see what lessons we are supposed to learn from them. This can be so challenging when you are really down to nothing or as someone puts it when you are  at the bottom of the barrel. I really wish I knew this, as it takes courage, determination and faith to move on and our kids need to know this. They need to know when something happens it is not the end all or the be all. They need to know that God/creator/divine whatever name you select does not want to harm us, just to protect us and prepare us for something better, but we must understand this. It is only when we understand this that we would see the good that has been prepared for us.

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I wish I knew that God guides us in a really sullen way and the only way to be aware of his guidance is to be still. This would have been a great practice for my kids. Each day you must take time and empty your thoughts and ask for guidance or as the various spiritual teachers say ‘be still and know that I am’.  As I continue to experience this stillness I have grown  to be so much more patient and accommodating and at peace.


I really wish I knew the experience of being in the moment – of knowing that right here, right now I can be happy. Not worrying about anything but having a deep knowing that everything is being taken care of, that I have everything I need. I have wisdom, peace, love, joy, abundance etc. This is what I wish I had taught my kids to know, just know that all is well, without doubt, fear or worry.

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What to do when everything else fails?

We all have problems some more than others. How do we deal with our problems?
Some people internalize their problems and these manifest into various illnesses – headaches, digestive problems, cancer and arthritis to name a few.

Others take their problems out on whoever they can – at home they quarrel, fight, at work they find fault in everything, they are very bitter and complain about everything and everybody.

On the job it affects your performance – you make mistakes, you miss deadlines and if you are a supervisor or manager you jeopardize your relationship with your team.

I thought that I would share the following excerpt taken from the Bible in One Year by Nickel Gumbel:

When all else fails – Keep praising God in spite of every difficulty

2 Corinthians 1:1-11
Are you experiencing trouble in your life? Have you been hurt, disappointed or mistreated in some way? Have you suffered loss or bereavement? Are you under great pressure? Are you facing great temptations or difficult personal relationships?

Paul was the founding pastor of the Corinthian church. In this, his most personal letter, he reveals the heart of a leader. He reveals his feelings as a man of flesh and blood who knows what it is to go through trouble (v.4), sufferings (vv.5–8), distress (v.6), hardship (v.8), pressure (v.8) – the word Paul used means to be pushed down under great weight.

He had been in despair (v.8), he had felt like he had ‘been sent to death row’ (v.9, MSG), he had faced ‘deadly peril’ (v.10). As well as physical persecution, he had faced criticism, ridicule, sickness, depression, bereavement, injustice, disappointments, temptations and difficult personal relationships.

Sir Winston Churchill said, ‘The pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; the optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.’ By this definition Paul was definitely an optimist!

He starts the letter with praise – not for the problems but for the positive benefits that have come through them. What are these benefits? How can you and I see the benefits in every difficulty?

You will be comforted
‘The God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles’ (vv.3–4). The word for comfort means to encourage, cheer, come alongside. He is the ‘Father of compassion’ (v.3). He is not aloof from suffering. He comes alongside us and suffers with us.

You will be a help to others
If you are in a time of suffering right now it may not seem much comfort – but one day you will bring great comfort to other people. ‘He comes alongside us when we go through hard times, and before you know it, he brings us alongside someone else who is going through hard times so that we can be there for that person just as God was there for us’ (v.4, MSG). Those who have faced difficulty in life make the most effective ministers.

You will be changed
Hardship ‘produces in you patient endurance’ (v.6). Like gold refined by fire or a vine pruned to produce more fruit, difficulties lead to patience, endurance, steadfastness and perseverance. They lead to character transformation.

You will not be alone
Paul writes ‘Just as you share in our sufferings, so also you share in our comfort’ (v.7). The word he uses for ‘share’ comes from the Greek word koinonia which is the word used to describe the closest possible relationship. As we are going through difficulties together we should experience an extraordinary closeness of relationship as we comfort and encourage one another, ‘Your hard times are also our hard times’ (v.7, MSG).

You will learn to trust God
When things go well it is easy to become self-reliant. But when everything goes wrong and we reach the end of our tether, we are forced to trust God. As Paul puts it, ‘Instead of trusting in our own strength or wits to get out of it, we were forced to trust God totally’ (v.9, MSG).

As Oswald Chambers wrote, ‘God expects His children to be so confident in Him that in any crisis they are the ones who are reliable.’

You will be rescued
Paul writes, ‘He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and he will deliver us. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us’ (v.10). As we look back and see that God has delivered us in the past, we can be confident he will deliver us in the future.

Your prayers will help others
Prayer is powerful. God really does answer prayer. One of the best ways we can help other people is by praying for them ‘As you help us by your prayers. Then many will give thanks on our behalf for the gracious favour granted us in answer to the prayers of many’ (v.11). When your prayers are answered God will be glorified.

Lord, thank you that there is a reason that you allow us to go through trials and troubles. Help us to see the benefits in every difficulty. May we experience your comfort and learn to rely not on ourselves but on you. Lord, as I look to the months ahead, I cry out to you for help …

As a supervisor or manager I urge you to email me for a free Life Coach session.

Most successful people have coaches why shouldn’t you?

Motivational and Health Tip – Success


Feel yourself a success, if you  believe that you are a success you will put yourself in an attitude of success.

Do not be afraid to take on something big –  go at it with force and look for methods to accomplish it.

You may not at first be totally successful, but aim high so that if you fall a little short you will still have

accomplished something.

What others have done, you can do. You may even do what others have been unable to do.

Always keep a strong desire to succeed in your mind.


Health Tip

Do you know that apple cider vinegar, pure honey and warm water helps gas pains, indigestion and acid reflux?


1 to 2 teaspoons raw apple cider vinegar (preferably organic)
1 to 2 teaspoons pure honey
8 ounces of water (warm enough to dissolve the honey, but not essential)

Apple has been known to help digestion-related ailments. You know the saying ‘an apple a day keeps the Doctor away’.

Also at the first sign of the flu, when you feel the throat is getting sore gargle some apple cider vinegar in room temperature water. You will be amazed at the results.

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