Tuesday, January 27, 2015

My Personal Story

You know, it's true what they say.  If you want something bad enough, you'll make it happen.  But you have to want it bad it enough.  It's not just enough to want it.  It's not just enough to dream about it and desire.  You have to have something fueling it.  It has to burn so bad inside of you that you won't do without it.  I want something incredibly bad that I don't know if I could allow myself to sleep anymore without pushing towards it.

Let me go back a bit.  I'm just going to be transparent.  Every job that I have ever had has made me miserable.  It's true.  I would be so miserable with each job that I would wake up in the morning, many times, in tears that I had to go through it again.  Why?  Because I knew that for 5 to 9 hours of every day, I was compromising the integrity of my life's mission.  And the funny thing is, outside of music, I didn't even know what my ultimate purpose was.  But I knew that every day that I stepped foot inside of an office building, a restaurant or a retail shop, I was giving away my creativity, my passion, my enthusiasm, my compassion for humanity, my love for world travel, my zeal for culture, and my desire for freedom to a corporation that only needed, and required, that I be a robot to its bottom line. And don't get me wrong.  There have been many incredible people that I have had a chance to work with and for.  But, none of it was moving me in a purpose filled, inspiring career path of world contribution.

So I started freelancing.  For 6 years I worked as a short sale representative for my cousin's real estate brokerage.  For 5 years, I have been a freelance copywriter, editor and research specialist.  The problem is, I have to shoot it and kill it before I can eat it.  And that is no easy task.  It takes some exceptional marketing prowess, I have learned, in order to generate a serious, life sustaining income as a freelancer.  And though I have worked on a lot of phenomenal jobs and developed some exceptional copy, it has still not gotten me any closer to my ultimate, purpose driven career destiny.

So 2 and a half years ago, my real estate broker cousin shared with me something that changed my life.  She shared a company with me that her business ownership expertise and financial prowess understood immediately.  It was this travel company that planned these 4 and 5 star vacation packages, provided incredible lifestyle upgrades,  created a movement of philanthropy and global compassion, and structured the most prudent compensation program that I had ever examined by ANY OTHER COMPANY.

It made sense to me, too.  So I joined.  I'm not gonna lie to you though, I didn't think I could make it work.  I didn't believe in myself.  I struggled and stumbled over my words sharing it with friends and family, which made it hard for me to really communicate the POWER that this company has to change their lives and everyone's lives that they knew.  Meanwhile, I watched my cousins who did join, my new friends who joined the company the same time that I did, ex felons, students with no college and/ or high school degrees, retirees, single moms, cancer patients, business owners, the shy and meek, artists, and every color and creed of person soar past me.  I mean they were making good money, too.

Well, I will tell you what.  Today, I am fed up.  I'm fed up with struggling financially.  I am fed up with not living up to my highest potential.  I am fed up with having to give my precious time over to a company that could care less what my heart wanted me to give to the world.  I am fed up with not being able to take my son and experience the world.  I am fed up with looking at my baby's face and recognizing that I have played him short by playing myself short.  The truth is, I don't know if I can win at this game called network marketing, but that is no longer my point anymore.  My point is that he deserves that I give it the hardest sprint that I can.  He deserves an incredible education, incredible cultural experiences and a community of people around him, including his amazing family, that teaches him what it takes to win.  And I plan to give it to him.  And I want to be there for him when he needs me, no matter what some boss says or what my time clock reports.  If I want to ask permission to do anything or go anywhere with him, I ONLY want to ask the damn mirror.

Now I don't know if you are like me and are sick and tired of living according to some 9 to 5 life plan where your worth is measured by what "they" say you can do or not.  I don't know if you are sick of living pay check to pay check and knowing that you may work for 40 years and not have much to show for it when its time to retire.  I don't know if you are sick of a boss or a company controlling your time and giving your freedom away.  I don't know if you see a world that needs more lovers and leaders who have the enthusiasm and drive to end poverty, homelessness, violence, and improve education around the world.  But that's who I am looking for.  And I'm not looking for everyone.  I'm just looking for a few hustlers, go getters, fighters, winners, and people are tired of being backed into a corporate corner with only 8 unproductive hours to fight within.  I'm looking to build a team of excited, motivated, fun loving, compassionate, wealth minded, community driven, soldiers who want to make a living by helping as many people as possible succeed.

Take a look at the video below of one of the members of our company whose story is like SOOOOO many that I have witnessed being apart of this movement.  If you are interested in learning more, click the link below the video.  I can be reached by phone at 614-594-3387 and I will be glad give you your first top secret, team mission.  Its time for increase.  its time for fun, freedom and fulfillment.  I WILL get there.  "Will you be there?"-- MJ.

Click below to watch the life changing movie (push play on the piggy bank).  If you are on fire, you can't wait to change your life and there are no more excuses for you, click "join us" and use my rep id: 60054861.  Don't forget to call me at 614-594-3387.

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