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My Five Best Reasons Why YOU Should Quit Your Job

With nearly 25% without a real job in the USA, it is always best to upgrade your employment when you already have an employer. Any one of these reasons will put you into action.

  1. Your job stifles you, holds you back, most of you don’t like it, enjoy it and Monday morning’s begin the worst day of the week.   If you would take a ‘better’ job somewhere else or are willing to entertain looking, it’s time to look.
  2. The people you work with, especially your boss, frequently make bad situations worse.  Research suggests 74% of the people or more don’t trust the company or their boss where they work. If that’s you, you are selling your soul for a paycheck. How does that feel?
  3. The security myth was always superstition, a fairy tale concocted to keep you at your desk.  There is no gold watch, pension or pot of gold at the end, anymore.  There may never have been for most people. With one event somewhere on the planet your job can be gone tomorrow without warning and there is nothing you can do about it.  You had better have a plan B!
  4. Do your own survey. Talk with people who have spent 40 years working and ask them if they could do it different, what would they have done sooner or completely different. The numbers have been consistent for over 60 years. 95% of the people with jobs end up broke or dead by age 65.  YES, it will happen to you unless you prepare now.
  5. There is ALWAYS an economic boom coming.  Soon in my view but even if it takes off 18 months from now, do you want to make your employer rich or be where you can take advantage yourself without having to ask for permission.

Keeping people adolescent and dependent is by design. Watch this fifty-minute video to see the facts.  Once you see the false and mythical boundaries, you can have it all.  You will need to prepare and create your own support system.  I suggest you figure out how much you actually require in order to be free.  Add up all of the expenses required for you to go and be at work.   Transportation, food and clothing because of work, are a large part of your ‘take home’ pay now.  I’m sure you are already rationalizing but if you really look you’ll discover how little you actually earn.  The housing crisis of the last decade should have made plain the fallacy, the myth of home ownership for many people.  The banks owned the property; you were paying rent essentially and maintaining it for the real owner.  Had you been a tenant renter you could be paying lower rent now.  If you are fortunate to still have equity in a home it won’t buy groceries.

How much do you really need to earn a week, monthly to be able to quit?  Remember, once you begin working for yourself much of what you already do is instantly tax deductible.  A home business is like having an extra 5 to 9 exemption or more. It is almost like having free children who don’t eat.  While you still have your job, you can change your exemptions and realize an immediate increase in take home pay.  I recommend you visit “this site” filled with information specific to the US home business community.  If you are not in the USA, the tax advantages are common worldwide, having a home business.  Do your research before you leap.

There are thousands of home business opportunities. How do you know which one is best for you?   With a little research, you will find books and hundreds of ideas on the subject.  At a minimum, I suggest you create an ‘I can lose this amount of money’ in your monthly budget.   It’s even better if it replaces something you are already spending money on or saves you more than it costs.   If you have a large group of people who know, like and trust you now then MLM can be a long term solution.  If you are not a marketer, have never been interested in sales you will need to learn some new skills.  I suggest being paid to learn and acquire customers!

You are already using all 24 hours in the day.  You will have to exchange what you have been doing, to do the things that will earn you extra income. For most people be prepared to carve out 1-2 hours at least 5 days a week in order to succeed.  20 hours part time is better and can create serious income quickly in the right program.  If you have to work on your own be prepared for a daunting struggle.  The amount of one on one time you will garner from your sponsor is essential in the beginning.  Find someone who will offer you 5-10 hours a week in the beginning. It’s more fun working with someone and in the beginning you’ll mostly watch, listen and learn.

My goals for a business are to have all the money I want and need and the time to spend it as I please.  It should also reduce the hassles and troubles in my life.  Most of what people have offered me in the past frequently struck out in all three areas. Some managed one and until recently, having all three seemed like a pipe dream.

Be ready to have some fun!

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A Path to Success

It appears to me that 2% succeed eventually while 98% struggle, sacrifice and work way too hard only to fail.  My definition of success is pretty high for this to be true.  A five figure income monthly is what I will call the 2%.  I am on the path to be part of the 2%.

There are more reasons for failure than there are people and only two for success.


#2.  Find something and/or someone you won’t quit on no matter what.

Make yourself a list of what would keep you from quitting for at least six months. What would it have to look like for a year commitment no matter what?  You already burn through all 24 hours a day.  Will you set aside ten to fifteen hours a week for your future, every week for year?

Anyone selling ‘people don’t duplicate, systems do’, is selling a system! Those who ‘build’ a business do it with people and they do not use some kind of marketing system claiming it does 95% of the work. [pure nonsense] The skill set for network marketing is simple and it is best if someone shows you first.  Most people give you a ‘guide’ and hope you’ll figure it out. Most people haven’t read a book since they left school.  How do you close that gap?  In my experience, you learn best by show and tell. Some of us need to see it many times before we are comfortable on our own.  If your experience of help is ‘good luck’ that may be the problem.

Money and the ability to maintain that part of the commitment is the reason most people quit.  There is a way to be cost free quickly and the entire business in profit.  Visit here now for a short presentation, then look over the site and then let’s discuss how this might work for you.

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The Rules of Success, The Rules of Selling

The percentage of people who enjoy sales and the percentage of people who are successful at jobs like insurance, real estate, teaching, and network marketing is the same number!   Which one comes first, the chicken or the egg?

There are studies that seem to show that if you have an aptitude for something, you will enjoy it and as you succeed, you will invest more time and energy at being better.  There also seems to be a correlation between people who follow in their parent’s footsteps tend to succeed as well.  Could it be that ‘the rules’ associated with the skill are laid bare at home?   Knowing the rules of the ‘game’ is essential to winning.

“Selling” is the world’s highest-paid profession. Earl Nightingale said, “To be successful in selling, and remember each of us succeeds in life to the extent of our ability to sell, selling our families on our ideas, selling education in schools, selling our children on the advantages of living a good and honest life, selling our associates and employees on the importance of being exceptional people. But to be successful in selling our way of the good life, we must be willing to pay the price.”  Has anyone ever told you what ‘the price’ is?

Some people may be ‘naturals’ at selling while most people claim they either hate it or are not good at it.  Richard Bach said, “Argue for your limitations and sure enough they are yours.”   Before you seek sales skills or even learn the art and science of sales, it might make sense to know if anyone has ever come up with the rules you need to know and follow regardless of your skills.  If you have ever watched a sporting event, where you didn’t know any of the rules of the game, you were likely unable to relate to those who did. The rules determine what works and what does not. Make up your own rules and you will likely fail or if you ‘succeed’ you may end up in jail.

It turns out David Sandler came up with 49 rules for success at sales.  Discover his information in detail at Amazon or for the super-serious visit

The first six rules are essentials, the core and foundation the remaining rules rest on. Implementation is required. Knowing the rules but never practicing them produces the cynic and the critic.  You either live life on the court or in the stands.  The court is where life and true happiness lives.

Sandler Rule #1 You Have to Learn to Fail, to Win

Failure is the path to success. Success is 99% failure. We all fail at something. We all began determined to succeed; learning to walk and talk and once we did forgot all the failures. Referring to success, Thomas Watson said, “It’s quite simple, really. Double your rate of failure.”  If you choose to regard failure as a negative – defeats, losses, setbacks, they weigh a ton. Choose failures as opportunities to learn, to practice, what not to do, what needs to be changed, or what needs to be fixed and ‘failure’ accelerates your success. Some say if it’s not broken don’t fix it. Instead, if it’s not broken, I say break it.  What you cannot break is indestructible and what you can break always comes back stronger. You must learn from your mistakes and apply the lessons to your next challenge. Either you choose to learn something from the experience or not. It is up to you.

Before you can learn from your failures, you must learn to fail. – David Sandler

An unsuccessful attempt to obtain [ANYTHING] is just that – an unsuccessful attempt. – David Sandler

Accepting “failure” as normal gives you the freedom to try new things without putting your self-esteem at risk. – David Sandler

Sandler Rule #2 Don’t Spill Your Candy in the Lobby

If you routinely drop off information, proposals, and marketing materials without understanding or even knowing your potential customers buying motives – you are making a habit out of spilling your candy in the lobby.

Sandler Rule #3 No Mutual Mystification

Have you ever heard what you wanted to hear?  When you assume it makes an ass of you and me.  Don’t make things up and always ask if you are not sure or not clear.

Do you have “happy ears?” Confirm what everyone understands. Confirm what’s happening next. – David Sandler

Eliminating “Mutual Mystification” today reduces the opportunity for misunderstandings and unfulfilled expectations tomorrow. – David Sandler

Sandler Rule #4 A Decision Not to Make A Decision is a Decision

You must be comfortable telling your prospect that it’s OK to say “No.” You must also be comfortable hearing and accepting “No.”  Unless you have complete permission to say no, you do not have complete permission to say yes.  If people always give you, “I’ll be back later” or some other versions of maybe you haven’t given people permission to say no to you.

Sandler Rule #5 Never Answer an Unasked Question

Lawyers are taught to never ask a question they don’t know how it will be answered. Volunteering information not asked for creates doubt and slows any decision.

Sandler Rule #6 Don’t Buy Back Tomorrow the Product or Service You Sold Today

If you have ever had buyer’s remorse the salesperson broke this rule.

Give the prospect a chance to back out before “sealing” the deal. – David Sandler

This reinforces your credibility [This is a problem if you don’t have any.] allowing you to discuss any issues both of you may have set aside earlier and forgotten.  The most important part is it lets the prospect deal with second thoughts out loud instead of in their head while they confirm their decision to buy when still talking to you.

What is your experience of these ‘rules’ and have you ever heard of them?  If salespeople practiced these six, as you understand them, would it make the sales experience more enjoyable?