President Clinton believes that by working hard, playing by the rules, and taking responsibility for your own family and future, you will live “America’s Basic Bargain” – prosperity, growth and self-support. This is the work that he promoted while he was President of our country. Mr. Clinton sees that a cornerstone of the future of a successful U.S. economy is going to be based on MLM home based business, and the people doing it will be living their dreams, the dream that all Americans want – the dream of financial freedom. This dream is all about having great health, abundant wealth and the time freedom to enjoy it all – all of which is achievable through an MLM home based business. In a recently pulled (unfortunately) video, he goes on to thank all of us who are in direct sales in a network marketing company for helping to keep America alive and flourishing. He believes that we are the basis of the free American economy.
If I had any doubts about investing in an MLM opportunity and getting into a network marketing company, I don’t have them anymore. Each day I hear more and more people that I know of and respect for their success endorse the network marketing industry as the future of free enterprise. For instance, check out what Robert Kiyosaki, best-selling author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, Jack Canfield, best-selling author of the “Chicken Soup” series, Donald Trump, and now Bill Clinton are saying. So when my financial adviser made fun of me for picking up MLM marketing and joining the network marketing industry and bet me dinner that in a year I would not be at my financial goal through my MLM business, I was very happy to accept that bet. I am already thinking about which restaurant we will go to.
If you are on the fence, it is time to get off of it and go for it. If you are standing on the edge of the pool, then dive in head first and see how deep it goes. Your best action will be to find a great network marketing company, a great sponsor, and to get to work.
From the office of Drew Berman, contributed by Seth Lefferts.
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