I got this joke, supposedly but not at all funny, about a job worker on my BBM today:
My boss pulled up in his brand new Mercedes today and I couldn’t help but admire it.
‘Nice car”, I said as he got out.
“Well,” he said, noticing my admiring looks, “work hard, put the hours in, and I’ll have an even better next year.”
How true. We have been taught to study well so we can get a good job. The better in studies better the job.
But how many employees are with a J.O.B (Just Over Broke). Mostly all. Many do have nice white-collared jobs with bluechip companies at the executive levels but if you see most of them are also putting in more hours and have to be available round the club to serve the higher bosses.
No one tells to be like the boss who has his own tensions, like getting the latest swanky car, or gadget or five-star holiday at which destination around the world.
It is a philisophy no less than Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and even Bill Clinton understood and recommended network marketing as that level opportunity that every J.O.B worker or even housewives have in their hands.
The only issue is find the right company to be associated with, have self-belief and harness the power.
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