you say “while it is true..” – what do you base this comment upon? The vast majority of people who retire comfortably do so from JOBS, not from MLMs. Where did you get your data from?
Most people I know in MLM are the 99% that are not making a fortune. I think loving what you do, getting a great education, & having a really balanced life make all of us successful. I know alot of people that make really good money but do not have time freedom & spend accordly to their income and then when there are cutbacks, layoffs, they are not prepared. Alot of us live paycheck to paycheckthesedays, if we make an awesome income it takes an awesome income each week just to pay our bills. We need to teach young children LIFE 101 in early stages of life. There are great jobs out there in anything you do.
I simply told him that the best things in life can’t be bought, which is how he was brought up. I was a stay at home mom, and I am so thankful that we were able to live on one paycheck. It’s not always easy for families to do that, but I’d say to anyone spend as mich time with your kids as you can. They grow up before you know it. I think MLMs will really regret the time they give up with their kids when they finally figure out that they’re chasing a dream that doesn’t come true. That goes for dads as well as moms.
Sorry everyone about the double post. I lost the first e-mail before I was done. I have a laptop and sometimes I move the curser and lose what I was doing. This is the first time I ever hit the ‘send’ and didn’t know it. The second post, if not read, just says that not spending time with your kids reminds me of the song Cats in the Cradle by Harry Chapin and there’s a youtube web site to hear the song.