The only way that we can live, is if we grow. The only way that we can grow is if we change. The only way that we can change is if we learn. The only way we can learn is if we exposed. And the only way that we can become exposed is if throw ourselves out into the open. Do it. Throw yourself. -C. Joybell C. #change#growth#lifelessons#learn
I know many of you may have your opinions and experience about the financial planning business. Many of you may have experienced people taking advantage and only seeking for a big commission check. I had no knowledge of the business, but sitting around the table planning my grandfathers funeral I knew that there was more information that we weren’t getting. So I began to pray and ask God for the information I met someone, they introduced me to the information, I then became so excited that I shared with everyone, I couldn’t be selfish with this information. I made a top 25, helped many people, without pay, because it was more than a paycheck to me and still is. I want individuals to have this knowledge so they can better prepare their lives. On my top 25 list, my number 5 after signing passed away, that’s when it became more important to me because I seen how it helped her and her family. Every time I close a deal, and place names and addresses in my book of people I helped I see her face, because she was eager to go on this journey with me. I remember her last text about the business saying, I’m interested in doing this business with you. So it’s more than the thoughts you may have of it, it’s a purpose behind it all. Be smart sit down with someone you will be shocked of the information you hear. Be honest with yourself, because that’s the only way we can help you. This is more than a business, it’s putting your heart on the line to help not only the person, but their future.
Can you see that speck of light enveloped in darkness just right of center? That is home.
This fantastic image of Earth was taken just after sunset on the planet Mars by the Curiosity Rover. Just as Mars can be one of the brightest objects in our sky, Earth glows a matte blue in the night sky of Mars. To quote Carl Sagan, images like the one shown here “underscore our responsibility to deal more kindly and compassionately with one another and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known.”
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Photo credit: Curiosity/NASA