What are you working for? Money, a feeling of success, freedom? The reality is that if you are anything like me, you are putting a significant effort into building your business. I hear from family members all the time (especially those not nearly as motivated as myself), “Relax man, grab a beer and lets sit and watch the game. No need to work as hard as you do.” And obviously, there is nothing wrong with that, as long as it’s not a routine. But to be honest, I’m a compulsive personality type. When I go for something, I go full speed ahead.
I pondered that question for a long time, “What am I working for?” For me, I want two things to come out of my hard work. Number 1, I want to lift my family up. I want to leave this earth knowing that I helped to move my generation forward. You see, I grew up in Brooklyn NY, from a single mom household. My grandmother, may God rest her soul, was my father for the first 15 years of my life. My mom and grandmother were both on public assistance. We were below poverty level. We lived in the worst parts of Brooklyn NY where crime was the norm.
I didn’t want that for my kids and grand kids. I want them to experience more of the “good life.” So that is my first motivation; Move my generation to new heights of success. And as of this point in my life, I can gladly say that I’ve accomplished that end. My kids are productive citizens. My grand kids are smart, healthy, and success minded. And my wife and I enjoy every minute we spend with all of them.
My second motivation was to create my own freedom. I am unemployable, if you know what I mean. I don’t want to live my life punching a clock, dominated by an alarm clock, forced to live according to the terms set by someone else. I don’t want to build someone else’s dream, while letting my dreams go to the way side. I remember clearly when I was introduced to my travel business opportunity, my buddy and partner, Mike B. ask me why I was working? My response was so that I could lounge in a beach somewhere, have the freedom to travel the world, and enjoy the best that God has to offer. When I said that, his response was, “Your prize is my product.” What did he mean by that? He meant that the company he was marketing offered what in my mind was the prize, FREEDOM.
That company is WorldVentures. WorldVentures is a networking company using travel as it’s product, but it’s much more than just travel. WorldVentures is a personal development company that elevates your lifestyle, your mentally, and your finances. What I find most impressive about WorldVentures is that fun is already built into the system. Their motto is “Making a living living life.” I couldn’t have said it any better.
So now I’m working even harder to spread the word about what our program offers. WorldVentures is a life changing company. What I like to see in a company is a good system where newcomers can make money, as well as seasoned veterans. I find that in WorldVentures. In fact, the number of people who are seeing success in WorldVentures who started with little or no networking experience is impressive. Why is that? Because travel is something that people want, are excited about talking about, and the WorldVentures’ system is simple and effective.
So what are you working for? If it’s freedom, ask me about WorldVentures.
It’s your time to shine,