Waking Up From A Coma
Joecool has posted a story from a former loyal supporter of his upline. They explain that having so much free time now that they have left the business made them feel like they snapped out of a coma. I personally felt something similar when I left the business. The amount of free time that I had seemed endless, and I was happy to reconnect with friends and family that I may have shunned earlier
I believe in having balance with work and life. For those who choose to build the business, I urge you not to leave life too far behind when you are building the business. Yes, sacrifices must be made to be successful, but there are limits you should hold yourself to. Don’t neglect those people whom you knew before you got into the business just because they aren’t as interested in business as you are.
To this day, I feel strongly that the Systems wield and unnecessarily strong influence on its IBOs. From the article, Calvin says not much has changed in WWDB from the standpoint of the business. Is it changing with accreditation? Perhaps, but remember that most of the same people who took advantage of IBOs years ago are still the same people running these now accredited organizations.