Your Creative Imagination
Have you ever thought of the possibility that there’s more to you, than what your living? If you have than you have felt your creative imagination stirring. Maybe it’s trying to tell you something. According to Maxwell Maltz, we are all “goal striving mechanisms”. And it’s our God given imagination that pushes us to be better and do better than we think we can. Too many people, ignore this voice within themselves.
It’s Healthy and Normal To Want More
It’s not selfish or egotistical to want more out of life. On the contrary it’s healthy and normal. Too many people choose to live passive, reactive lives. Many don’t even realize that they are cheating both themselves and their families. If your depressed and feeling unfulfilled it may be because your not listening to this inner voice.
Our Minds Limit Us
Because of our experiences, and our very “important” opinions of them, we have formed beliefs that continue to shape our lives. Our minds naturally limit our perceptions, only to things that are in-line with our beliefs. We shut down or ignore our natural creative imaginations, In doing so we deny that which gives life meaning.
A Life Without Goals
When we stop striving to attain goals, we are blocking this essential life force, feelings of inadequacy and doubt start to creep in, and we age. When we have no goals, we are prone to go around in circles. Life becomes repetitive and purposeless, we become reactionary and egocentric. We become over concerned about how we appear to others, of what others will think. This concern blocks us from healthy normal social interactions, isolates us, and we age.
Do The Uncomfortable
To combat this a person has to get out of their head, and take action. They need to discover the power within and the courage to do things that are uncomfortable. This is especially true of the Boomer Generation.
Re-Enter The Workforce
As society continues to evolve away from the traditional Linear Life Plan of yesterday and into the Cycular Life Plan of today and tomorrow. People normally thought retired are going to want to re-enter the work force, for any number of reasons, either they need to or they want to. Either way it’s a goal, and striving for a goal keeps you from aging.
Even though age discrimination has been against the law for decades it still poses a substantial hurdle to a Boomer re-entering the job market. And no matter what the need, the only jobs available to Boomers over 60, are mind-numbing service jobs wearing an apron and paper hat, or driving for Uber or Lyft.
Trapped By Our Beliefs
Because of the experiences, and beliefs, they have had, their minds don’t even consider Internet Marketing as a possibility, they only consider jobs that are in-line with their beliefs. So many talented personable and persuasive Boomers are wasting their God given talents, because they don’t even hear that inner voice, that is telling them they can be better, and do better than they think they can. When you don’t hear and follow that inner voice, you age.
Why Network Marketing
Network Marketing is your own mini-franchise. With a low buy in, (often less than what it costs to drive for Uber), you can have access to state of the art, internet technology that is both easy and effective to use, with proven duplicatable sales systems. Work when you want, where you want, while taking advantage of multiple income streams, the best one being residual, where you get paid over and over for doing the job once.
Grow As A Person
Network Marketing grows you as a person, as you realize that the real reward, is in helping others discover a life they only ever dreamed about. You’ll be amazed, as the old false image of yourself disappears only to be replaced by an authentic self-image filled with confidence and a healthy self-esteem. All it takes is having the courage to overcome the paradigms of our mind, formed by our experiences. Don’t die with your music inside you, live long and prosper.
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As always, thanks for visiting. Dave