The law of success reflected in nature's law of sow and reap

If you purchased a franchise, would you expect it to make money for you if you only worked it a few hours a week? Or if you didn't get trained? Or if you only tried for a few months? Or if you didn't follow the proven guidelines of the creators of the franchise?

 

Of course not! That's ridiculous. likewise the Y.O.B opportunity that i talked about in yesterday's blog. Success requires commitment.

 I am continually amazed at how many people think that money will somehow magically fall from the sky without work, without plans, or without an earnest commitment. All these elements (and others you'll be reading about in my subsequent blogs) MUST be present.


The fact is, anything worthwhile in life requires effort and commitment. If that were not true, we'd all be the perfect weight, we'd all have perfect relationships, and we'd all be highly educated. It's the same thing with having your own business. In short, if you treat any real income making opportunity as a serious, full-time business, put in the effort and commit to its success, it will become a serious, full-time business.

Just pause for a moment to think about this ( law of success vs. nature's law of sow and reap ) - To grow wheat successfully for example, you  must plan ahead, select the seed  well, cultivate the land  thoroughly, be patient with breakdowns and other unexpected problems you will encounter, be hardened to disappointments and grateful for uncovenanted benefits like good weather and good luck. You must be ready to wait for results and always remain optimistic that next years harvest will be better than the present - So you see, you’ve got to be more than a good person and a good worker.You need to become a good planner and a good dreamer you’ve got to see the future  finished in advanced you’ve got to put in long hours and put up with the set-backs and the disappointments. You’ve got to learn to enjoy the process of disciplines and of putting yourself through the paces of doing the uncomfortable until it becomes comfortable.You’ve  got to be prepared and willing to attack the challenges and take risks.

To win big, sometimes you have to take big risks.  Big bets mean big failures as well as successes.  To have more, we must first  become more, and to become  more, we must begin the  process of  working  on ourselves  than on anything  else – start gathering new knowledge, new skills, new experiences and above  all, discover for  yourself that strong sense of what you truly want out of life and what  you want to do with it - this is where through My Y.O.B opportunity, i simply wish to assist in guiding you. Let me help you take a second look at your life and where you are headed. Why not discover what all you can do and what all you can have? Why not discover how many others you can help and in the process how that can help you? Why not take this challenge to succeed!

Below are some notable quotes for your reading pleasure;

"Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans."

-Peter F. Drucker

 

"You need to make a commitment, and once you make it, then life will give you some answers."

-Les Brown

 

"There's no scarcity of opportunity to make a living at what you love. There is only a scarcity of resolve to make it happen."

-Wayne Dyer

 

"There are only two options regarding commitment. You're either in or out. There's no such thing as a life in-between."

-Pat Riley

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME!

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