Life is a beautiful thing
Life is an incredible journey. Mine has seen some devastating losses. Agonizing and painful. But I've enjoyed wonderful relationships, experienced overwhelming joy, and tremendous achievements too. Incredible travel, family, friendships and connection, and personal growth as well.
Way back in 1975 at 18, my mom got me involved with Amway. LOL! I wasn't even interested. But that little peek at another way to earn a living was instrumental in opening my mind (if only a little bit). However, I was too young and immature to do anything about it at that point.
Much later, I had married and had a sweet daughter, Ava. I worked a few jobs as full-time as a metal fabricator, building race cars, making mountain bikes. even selling Ducatis. It's been a while, and I can't remember who. But a friend introduced me to network marketing again, and I liked what I saw. So, I jumped in and began developing myself and thinking differently.
I managed to build a small team and had fun helping others, going to events, and overcoming the challenges along the way. Over the years since then, I've been with far too many companies and haven't ever really earned enough money. But the takeaway is that I was always learning.