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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

You Will Never Get Rich With Just Your Regular Salary

Too many entrepreneurs and business owners have succumbed to the notion that they cannot shake off from their present job highway and move on.If that's the way you feel too either have some serious personal leadership issues that need to be worked on or you need to remind yourself that you don't have forever to plant a cash tree.You might think you are indispensable where you are or are warming yourself in your own glow but unless you exercise the freedom of stepping off the beaten tracks from time to time your rainmaking ability will slowly collapse and you will become nothing more than an employed asimo.

We don't have free minds only to enslave them to averageism, being contented with or philosophize about our choices.We are not meant to drift aimlessly without purpose and direction.We must engage in and use our talents and skill technologies to their fullest in ways each of us sees best.To do otherwise is to waste our lives by personal choice.Impoverished communities or captive men and women caught up in prison camps or slavery know too well the banality of waste:human life of tremendous potential reduced to mere existence,slithering in and out of the days of their life.Denied all will to make use of the best of their talents and energies their lives wither away into oblivion.

If your economic productivity is handcuffed or your rainmaking is closetted in a tower of self erected mediocrity then your life has lost it's sense of purpose.Don't seek refuge in a rathole.Wherever you may be,whether a baker or in an office,on an assembly line or a teacher don't plant yourself in a place too small to grow in.You expand your life by using your talents and imagineering.Remember the beginnings of the electric bulb or the wheel or the torch?

Starting your own internet business is one breakaway.You'll have the freedom to concentrate on a passion.The freedom to set your own work hours.The freedom to work from wherever you are in the world.Best of all you take the first steps towards financial abundance.

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Cally Rao

Stay True to Yourself No Matter the Age

Why did a nurse walk among the dying and the horribly maimed? Why would someone live with outcasts and help them set up colony when they could be playing golf or watching TV or knitting?"I'll go in case everyone else has given up on them.I'll never give up!" was the answer from one hope bringer.

Never giving up is a trait we honour in soldiers,survivors of perils and those making comebacks from severe injuries and afflictions.Any community worth living in must have a web of people faithful to 'lighting candles in the darkness' however tiny their flames are. And unless for these little candles that community would fall apart.The challenge for all of us is to find those few causes that are peculiarly our own,those causes to which we are roused to, and then to plug in and go for launching with all our energies and heart.By remaining faithful to a calling we can ink the conditions for finding purpose,pattern and paths to living.If you seek to solve everybody's problems,your own energies might just not be enough.They could evaporate before you grab the spade.But if you stake out your own cause reaching out to whom you will and being there for someone you could then accomplish a great deal.

Faithfulness to a mission,in the words of Roosevelt:'Do what you can, with what you have, where you are' seems to be the battle hymn of those who bring light in every place that they do.

However imperfect we are,clinging to our true self,being who you are is what matters.You can make whatever you want out of your life because like a potter, our days on earth are all the clay we'll ever have in our hands to shape and mould our tomorrows.

It costs energy and time,maybe a lifetime.You can make whatever you want out of YOUR life, but first you have to not be afraid to try.

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Cally Rao