Giving it All

” Do your duty and a little more, and the future will take care of itself.” – Andrew Carnegie This presents two problems. The first is to identify what is your duty, the second is to know when it is fulfilled and from when you’re doing a bit more. Let Continue Reading

Dreams and Regrets

“A person is old when regrets take the place of dreams.” – John Barrymore One day talking to a person, she confided to me that she was in financial difficulties and needed help. Since I believe most in the fishing rod than the fish, I invited her to see and Continue Reading

The Economy has Changed

Network Marketing is the form of economic activity best suited to the changing economy. When there is a change you can choose two paths: to see where the opportunities are and you adapt to them or fight against change and try at all costs to maintain the status quo. The Continue Reading

Deciding the “What”

“If you choose not to decide, you have made ​​a decision.” – Neil Peart As a person I admire sais: “Indecision is the greatest thief of opportunity.” Whether you have aaaaaaaall the data, and you clarified aaaaaall your questions or if you are coooooooompletly prepared. What you have to decide Continue Reading

Stupid Phrase

“Who has been on the moon has no more goals on Earth.” – Edwin Aldrin About the author of the phrase, in Wikipedia: “Outgoing, humorous, cultured – but short tempered – Edwin” Buzz “Aldrin voiced himself in American television series like” The Simpsons “and British television, he played a reverend Continue Reading

5 Minutes

“There are people so boring that they make us lose a whole day in five minutes.” – Jules Renard On the other hand there are people so genius that make us win ã year in five minutes. The ones from the first group, live mourning past defeats, the second group enjoying Continue Reading

How to Work a Miracle

“Even though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start now and make a new ending.” – Chico Xavier I once heard Jim Rohn say: “it doesn’t matter where you find yourself, what matters is where you’re going” and honestly I didn’t believe it. Continue Reading