Along with the New Year, comes New Year’s Resolutions. My resolution, or shall I say absolute commitment, is the ongoing success of this blog. I intend for it to be a place where anyone can go to get entertaining, relevant, and useful information to facilitate a good laugh, design a better life, build a successful business, or gain insights from some of the most interesting and successful folks I know. These insights will be shared from people both in and out of the network marketing industry.
Over the past 25 years this industry has taught me a great deal about life. I have had the pleasure of gaining new perspectives, developing incredible relationships, witnessing what consistent hard work can produce. I feel it is now my duty to share all of these life lessons with you, through this blog. I hope to enhance your user experience and assist you in the design of the life of your dreams for you and your family! If that can be accomplished, I will consider myself very fortunate!
My 24 year friendship with a truly amazing individual, and one of my mentors, George Zalucki, will be the focus of many blogs. George has been teaching audiences about the principles of human achievement and how to become a champion in business and life for over 50 years. His unique style and understanding of what drives humans to achieve greatness is something I wish to share with as many people as possible. If not for the principles I learned from George almost 25 years ago, I would not have been successful in the pursuit of my financial and family goals, and most certainly would not be living the life I have. For this I am eternally thankful.
I am also using this blog as a platform to promote a non-profit charity that is near and dear to my heart, The Missy Project. The Missy Project was established by close friends of mine on what would have been their daughter, Marisa (Missy) Magel’s 13th birthday. Missy passed away suddenly while at summer camp from Brain Aneurysm Disease, something they never knew she had. The Magels have been dear friends of mine for over 20 years, and we had the great pleasure of knowing sweet Missy. I feel this horrible disease needs to be better understood and its research properly funded. I will provide links from my blog to the Missy Project if you would like to learn more.
So, whether you end up being a regular reader, or someone that stops by on occasion, please share your thoughts and ideas of topics and or things you feel will enhance your experience. Also, if you see value, please share with others.
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I look forward to this exciting journey.
Wishing you ALL the success you will allow yourself to have!
P.S. For those of you that know me, may know I am not technically savvy. Therefore, this blog may come as a surprise. Please know that I will be relying heavily on a few friends, family, and my great staff at Numis to make this blog a success! I don’t know HOW I am going to do it, but I do know WHY!