So Many Sad People…

One of the beautiful perks of operating an online business is the “mass communication” advantage. There’s a glorious opportunity to connect with large numbers of people at one time.

One downside to this, however, is that oftentimes communication is very superficial. Although it’s relatively easy to make new friends online, it’s also very limiting. In other words, most business connections are not all that personal.

So Many Sad People...

So Many Sad People…

Let’s use our relationship as an example.

Many of you reading this know who I am. You read my emails, interact with me on Facebook, and follow me on Twitter. Still, it’s probably safe to say that I’ve never met the bulk of you in person.

Now, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. For the purposes of business, you don’t always have to see every customer and colleague firsthand. Nevertheless, there is a part of face-to-face contact that can help you build perspective.

In addition to growing my online business, I spend time as a self-employed insurance broker. One big difference between that business and this one is that I always see my insurance clients in person. Needless to say, it’s led me to encounter a wide variety of people.

I could write a book on my insurance business experiences. The unique individuals you meet are something to remember.

In fact, that’s what I want to share with you today.

There’s one distinct similarity between almost all of my clients.

All of them, with very few exceptions, are financially insecure.

What do I mean by that?

Well, I mean that they’re struggling in terms of money.

Many of these people are retired or nearing retirement, and they’re totally unprepared.

The science of wealth generation is lost on them.

Many of the people I meet are mired in sadness and gloom. Their faces act like mirrors to the pain inside their souls.

It’s a sobering sight to behold sometimes. Their lives are spent worrying and stressing over money. Bad decisions over many years have built for them a suspect future, and they’re blind to their own ability to have done things other ways.

By building your own business and investing in that business, you’ve made a choice to plan for your future NOW. Like my few insurance clients who do know how to generate wealth, you’re working hard now to prepare for what comes LATER.

Knowing what to do, however, is only half the battle. The second half of the equation is having the discipline and focus to do it.

I run into prospects all the time who know they should buy insurance, but they just can’t spare the money. Sadly, their decision to put things off pays them back with a vengeance later.

This same concept is true of most business owners. They know they should invest in themselves and purchase proper training. They know they should make time each day to focus on building their team.

Still, for one reason or another, they don’t follow through.

They put things off and their business never grows.

They neglect, ignore and delay, and they wonder why they’re stuck.

Don’t fall into this trap.

Make good decisions NOW!

Over the course of the past few weeks, I’ve been talking up a program that can help you in your business (if you put forth the effort), and next time I’m going to share that program with you.

The teasing and suspense will end next time.

Yours in Financial Freedom,

Alex Levandoski

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