The Three Little Pigs

One of the most obvious truths of life is that you “reap what you sow.”

In other words, your actions create consequences which are the result of your own doing.

Human beings are complex creatures. Despite our inherent advantages to succeed and do well, many of us fall victim to self-sabotage and struggle.

The Three Little Pigs

The Three Little Pigs

In the network marketing/internet marketing industry, thousands of people are looking to succeed.

Heck, go online and look at the endless amount of offers. Everyone has something to sell, and most aren’t shy about saying it.

One of the reasons I haven’t written much lately is that I’ve been studying marketing leaders. I’ve really been digging in and looking at what works, and my findings are shockingly simple.

Many people are caught up in $$$.

Don’t get me wrong, that is an end goal, but there’s way more to it than just making sales.

If you put YOURSELF first when it comes to your business, then you’ll only come up short in the end.

If you put OTHERS first when it comes to your business, then you’ll develop a reputation that will last you a lifetime.

It really irks me to see some of the spam marketing techniques that are storming the web these days.

To make matters worse, much of the industry actually seems to endorse it!

Now, more than ever, an opportunity has presented itself to rise above the noise.

YOU, even if you’re BRAND NEW, can leverage this flaw to your benefit.

My mind immediately drifts to an old nursery rhyme.

No matter how old you are, you’ve probably heard of “The Three Little Pigs.”

It’s a classic story with a built-in lesson.

Just to refresh your memory, allow me to recap it…

The Three Little Pigs tells the tale of three pigs who each build their homes from three different materials.

The first pig builds his home from straw, but the big bad wolf comes and blows his house down. Then he eats him.

The second pig builds his home from sticks, but the big bad wolf comes and does the same thing to him.

The third pig, having realized the importance of building a home of solid materials, constructs his house of bricks. The big bad wolf, expecting another easy meal, gets caught by complete surprise.

He then tries to come down the chimney but is caught in a cauldron by the pig and eventually eaten himself.

This story is the perfect illustration of just how to (and how not to) build your business.

If you take the route of the first two pigs, then things won’t end very well.

Sure, you’ll be able to build your business (home) fairly quickly and easily, but it won’t withstand the pressures of the wolf.

If you take the route of the last pig, however, then you’ll set yourself up for success.

It may take you a little longer to build, but the solid foundation will more than make up for it.

A business built on bricks will keep the wolf at bay, and it will garner you a reputation that others will seek to emulate.

So what are you currently building with?

Are you constructing your house with the straw and sticks of spam? Or are you leading with value and building with bricks?

Choose wisely…cause the big bad wolf is coming!

Yours in Financial Freedom,

Alex Levandoski

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