When I talk to people today, the number one thing they are looking for is “Freedom“. They are tired of working for someone else and having only enough money to “get by”. They want to “do what they want, when they want to do it, and they don’t want to worry about money”! Does that sound familiar?
How To Attain Freedom
I remember never having enough time, always “pinching pennies”, yearning to be with my little boy, and wishing we could take him to Disney World for a vacation. That’s when I found the home based network marketing industry which taught me how to “leverage my time”. They taught me how to “work smarter, not harder” and once I mastered these new skills, I would have more freedom. Wow!
Time Is The Most Valuable Commodity
I had no clue how to run a business, however, I was “desperate” enough to “be coach-able” and be open to a new paradigm about “time and money“. I learned that Time was the most valuable commodity I had and if I valued each second and invested it wisely, I would master skills which would be “valuable to the marketplace“, as Jim Rohn says. My mentors taught me how to leverage time. All successful people leverage time and that is why they have “Freedom”. Once we learn how to “multiply time” through a tool which utilizes “leverage”, we can attain freedom.
Here’s a video which explains time leverage in a very simple way:
Now we know the “secret” to having 48 hours, 72 hours, 96 hours or more each day! Cool huh? That’s how we gain “time leverage” and subsequently more money and freedom! Once we master these skills, we now have BEcome someone who is “valuable to the marketplace” and it’s so much fun helping others who will invest their time to “master” these skills. Eventually, we will have coached people who will BEcome valuable and they will teach others to do the same. When this happens without us, we have truly become a “legacy” leader. It is very cool and so fulfilling!
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