Monday, February 28, 2011

The Money Game

We've all heard about  some famous rich people who have become wealthy as a result of the network they built. We've heard stories about Bill Gates (Microsoft), Sam Walton (Walmart) and Jeff Bezos (Amazon).

Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad had a hero who became very rich by building his own network. This man is better known for the product he perfected, but really became rich because of the network he built across the world. Even today, many of us think Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but  really he only improved and perfected the light bulb. His true stroke of genius was to create a company that strung electrical lines that allowed the light bulb to penetrate society. His network made him, Thomas Edison, a multimillionaire!

Most of us are not a Thomas Edison, a Bill Gates, a Sam Walton or a Jeff Bezos, but we want to create the same wealth for ourselves. Robert Kiyosaki in his book The Business of the 21st Century, makes the valid point (Asset #4) that Network Marketing offers millions of people the opportunity to build their own network and create the same wealth created by Thomas Edison and the rest of the famous multimillionaires!

Rich Dad said “The richest people in the world build networks. Everyone else looks for work.” The model of network marketing is that all owners of their own network can create their own wealth. I am so happy to have discovered this business model and to have developed  a network.

Of course, the key is to build your own network. It doesn’t happen just by JOINING a network marketing company, you have to work to BUILD it.

How excited are you to have the same advantages as Thomas Edison and Sam Walton, and how strongly are you are committed to creating that same level of wealth for yourself?

NOW what I'd like to show you by example in this video is an example of the power of a network and the power of exponential growth. Lets take a look shall we?
I hope you can see that being the owner and builder of your own network is so much better than spending your life working for someone else’s network.