South Africa is a country where 25% of its population is unemployed. Although apartheid is over the spread of resources and income is still very unbalanced. Wealth lies with either the white middle to upper class or the new up and coming black elite – the Black Diamonds. Unfortunately a large proportion of the country lives under the bread line and have to starve, sell drugs, steel, beg or use their innovation to survive. The later is what this article about.
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Talk to people about your idea with a realistic, set deadline for implementation and tell as many people that will listen. Subconsciously this forces you to work harder at actually getting your product to market. You do not want to be known as the person full of “you know what”. Or seem pathetic by having all these great ideas and nothing to back them up.
What Now? if you are new you will get minimal mentoring, if you are the sponsor and you just sponsored someone who will make one sale or more a day, you just lost out on thousands of future business.
Rather than sounding Wealth Formula too good to be true lets first look at how the program really works. You get to join in between the Silver or Bronze package which is around $600 – $1200. Thats basically your entrance fee but here’s the catch.
Even the best of us have had some modest beginnings. They are both marketing experts who have made millions (to say the least) online. Even more, they have both trained thousands of people like you and I in the past to follow in their footsteps gloriously.
You may not know how to make more money with the money you have right now. That is OK. You can learn that skill. What you can do at this very moment is make the commitment that you will only buy things that you need. I mean legitimate needs! Not I am going to justify why I need this new movie or new car. That is the wrong way of thinking. If you find yourself justifying, then chances are you probably don’t need the thing that you want to buy.