Saturday 3 October 2009

The Power of Sacrifice

The Power of Sacrifice
Author: Robin Rushlo

Do you find yourself with too much month at the end of the
money? Have you accumulated too much debt? Do you have a
child that needs money for college? Do you have a
shortfall in retirement account? If you answered yes to
any of these questions, what are you willing to sacrifice
to make more money, pay off your debts, save for college,
or retire with dignity? The answer to that question is not
easy and even if you are willing to sacrifice a lot, how to
do you decide what to do?

What if you committed yourself to building a business?
What would like commitment look like? The answer to these
questions is different for everyone, but there are some
important considerations. The first consideration is how
fast you need to take care of the issue. Are you in
desperate financial condition now or can you see that an
income stream will be ending in the future? Are you debts
affecting your ability to get a loan or costing you a great
deal in fees and interest? How old are your kids? How
soon do you need to retire? The more urgent the problem,
the more you may have to sacrifice to get things going
quickly. There is a direct correlation between the amount
of time you spend on the business and the rate of growth.

Can you carve out the time consistently to work your
business (as well as be somewhat flexible when
opportunities may arise)? Are you willing to sacrifice
time with your family, your friends for a month, six
months, a year? Is that sacrifice worth the financial
gain? We all know money isn't everything, but when money
issues are so pressing that they are constantly occupying
your thoughts and actions, they are already interfering
with your life. What is worth to you to not have those

Finding a business that you can build with consistent
effort takes some shopping around. Ideally you want to
work with someone that understands you financial goals and
will help you achieve them. Find a company that offers you
proven systems and assistance (in the form of training or
other support). Don't be afraid to spell out what you are
looking for over the next month, six months, or year in
terms of income. Find out of those are realistic financial
goals with this particular company.

There are great opportunities out there but, like all
investments, they do take a little homework. Making the
sacrifice of time and effort for a short time can pay off
in your quality of life in the long run. As Beverly Sills
said "You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are
doomed if you don't try."

About the Author:

"Dr. Robin Rushlo", is a well known MLM Radio personality
and is nationally recognized as an expert in the network
marketing business.He is the current host of the radio
show, "Networking with the Blindguy"live daily.Providing
Success and Retention Training for the network marketing
industry brought to you at the Successful Business Builders
Network and

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