Living in the Fringe of Fear

Success in any endeavor requires a price and network marketing is no different.  If you want to get free, you’ve got to be willing to pay the price.  

So what is that?

Quite a bit.  First, you have to be willing to change and grow.  If you were already at the level of skills and consciousness to be free, you’d be free already.  That means working on you.

You have to be willing to get out of your comfort zone and live in the fringe of fear.   Because that’s where the breakthroughs are.

The price includes some rejection, ridicule and jealousy from some.  When you show you are serious about becoming a success, there are some people that will get threatened.

Part of the price is sacrifice.  Giving up some of what you want now, so you can get what you really want later.  That may mean missing some TV, hobby or leisure time, or more important things like family time.  This gives you real choices later.

And yes, it’s going to mean work.  Crunching the carpets in people’s living rooms, driving home at 1 am when you have work the next day, and breathing moldy, recycled air on too many airplanes with too many desultory flight attendants.

But the price you pay is so worth it…

Because if you’re willing to pay the price for a few years, you can reap the rewards for decades.  You’ll be free.  And helping others to get free.

But freedom is never free.  However, once you pay the price and experience it – it’s the most exhilarating lifestyle you can imagine.

Pay the price.  You’ll be glad you did.

-RG

6 thoughts on “Living in the Fringe of Fear

  1. Randy, I have a problem with the word sacrifice, and I know it’s just a word but
    I’ve done all the sacrificing I am going to do in my life. However, I will gladly invest in my future with smarter use of my time and choices.

  2. I like Leland Val Van de Wal’s definition of sacrifice: “Sacrifice is releasing something of a lower nature to make room for something of a higher nature.”

    When things get dicey I keep my vision front and center.When things go smoothly I keep my vision front and center.

    OK, when I’m breathing I keep my vision front and center most of the day 😉 I see it, I be it and it becomes easier to forget what I’m going through at times when I can feel the joy of reaching the finish line.

    Thanks for sharing and have a powerful day!

    RB

  3. Hey Randy,
    When someone want to achieve something, he has to invest , what it’s need for to get it, like time money and so on.
    There is not such a thing as a free launch” Milton Freidman”,every achievement
    need its price.

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