I have always kept a book near to me called "The Complete Pocket Positives"
. I have turned corners of the pages over on many occasions but one particular quote recently struck a chord.
"Don't wait for a light to appear at the end of the tunnel, stride down there... and light the bloody thing yourself."
This really does ring true in today's vulnerable world of recessions, redundancies and uncertainty for pensions etc. In my world of product development, I get to see some fantastic businesses and along the way I was introduced to the world of Network Marketing. It's fascinating, how the concept of a lot of people doing a little can achieve incredible results. I am currently reading a booked called "The Slight Edge" by Jeff Olson and it really is amazing how by changing a tiny thing but consistently doing it brings results over time.
So where am I going with this? I decided at the beginning of the year to be part of Network Marketing and joined a family run multi million dollar company that I can fit in alongside my current job. My family have been through many uncertain times with finances and threats of redundancy, so making choices that was right for our family had to be secure. B Gifted has given me those choices with White Trumpet consultancy but if I am going to give even more security to our future, the Network Marketing model ticks all the boxes for me. It takes time to build which is fine as I know if I put the activity in place with solid foundations and ethics, I believe the choices made will be the right ones.
I am going to ask you some questions...
"Would you like to work for yourself? Choose your hours to suit your family and other commitments? Be recognised for your success? The company I work with offer huge benefits for self motivated people including Gold standard training and support from an established, family-owned international company"
So, go on. I AM going to walk to the end of the tunnel where the light appears, stride down and WILL light the bloody thing myself! B GIFTED with a choice I made... will you?