"You keep yapping about how great Now Lifestyle is but I guess you don't know 4 out of 5 businesses fail in the first three years. Isn't there a chance that 4 out of 5 people who join you will fail as time goes by?"
A good question and I understand where it comes from.
When you decide to go into business for yourself, you must make a mindset shift. You need to stop thinking like an employee and think like a boss. You're no longer a consumer, you're a producer. Do people do that?
No. The majority of people online don't last three months, let alone three years. Why is that?
Because they join a business, having a job mentality. They think that if they earn money, they can do whatever the heck they want.
Yes they can.
But no, they shouldn't.
You take what you earn and reinvest it back into the business. In a job you work, buy nice stuff for you and survive. In your business you work, invest back into it and thrive. If you want to buy nice stuff, you have to earn the right to do it.
Yes it's hard.
But you don't want to be the four out of five guys and gals who fail. You want to be the one out of five who succeeds and live the rest of your life in peace.
Without a job. Without a boss. Without sweating over a fat utility bill.
Once you make the mindset shift it's easy.
All you need to do then is join a great opportunity.
P.S. The person who send me the e-mail has been on my list for 10 months.
I guess the purpose of their e-mail was to reassure them that if they join, everything will be OK.
Sorry but I can't guarantee that.
There's always a chance that you're looking for the next magic solution, and this is not that.
I'm busting my gluteus maximus for my students and give them my all in order to succeed.
If you're not ready to do the work, this is not for you.
(Look the bottom line is YOU can do anything you want to do! , the trick is you have to really want to do it with 100% commitment to reach your goal)
"I am committed to working with my team and expect my team members to give their all and together we all prosper for years to come undeniably" .
That is how I created my own business that I named NJP Business, and there is absolutely nothing stopping anyone doing exactly the same as me!!
This is my logo, plain and simple with just the initials of my name, nothing fancy, but it remains my trade mark with everything I do so that you and everyone else knows it is me with honesty and integrity throughout all that I promote.