I’m still embarrassed and ashamed when I think about it.
I remember as I child one day after my mother had made macaroni and cheese for dinner asking what we were going to have for dinner that night.
Me being a child, I think I was about 10 at the time, threw a fit when my mother gave the answer.
She said “we’re having leftovers from the night before.” I said something like “I don’t want that for dinner tonight. I want pizza!” And complained like a little spoiled brat.
I’ll never forget what happened.
My mother started to cry.
She said “That’s all we have” with tears dropping from her eyes.
Even at that young age I understood how selfish I was in that moment.
Here I was being a brat wanting pizza and there my mother was trying to feed me and my siblings while working hard to make ends meet and handling the stress of it all quietly.
All I could do was complain because my taste buds didn’t feel like macaroni and cheese. And I had, for a moment, broken my own mother’s heart by thinking of only my wants.
How selfish of me. I shake my head in shame as I think about it right now.
It’s a day I’ll never forget.
Maybe it was a day that helped define me.
Sure there were times as a child where maybe we didn’t have lights or the phone, but we had each other and in the long run that’s all that mattered.
I saw how hard my mother worked and how she shielded us from the real stresses in life with her good nature and love.
Somewhere deep this seeded a desire to, when I was old enough, make money a non issue.
I know you too may have had it a little rougher than some others out there but understand that’s our advantage.
We know what it’s like to not have it all and to go through tough times. Not everyone is that lucky.
Why do I say lucky? Because when you’ve been there, you know that no matter what happens, how little or how much money you have, you know what REALLY matters.
For me, and maybe it’s like this for you – that gives great power to shoot for the stars – to take risks that those who had it all wouldn’t.
They think all that stuff IS important. You and I both know it’s not.
I could careless about the stuff. The end game is what matters.
Success is not about HAVING things, it’s about becoming SOMETHING.
That’s why we’ve found each other. We share a core desire to beat the money game – to take it out of the equation through our own home business.
Only difference is, right now, I might be a little farther down the path to figuring it out.
If I can relay one word of advice . . .
Achieving your goal is not a factor of your current circumstance. Remove that from your focus. Focus your mind not on where you are, but where you will be.
Then just go there – to that vision. Remember why you’re going there. Never stop and you will get there.
There is no circumstance that can stop you once you “get” this.
Times can be financially tough, but . . . (like what we’re seeing on the TV all day…)
When the news says we’re in a recession it creates opportunity for you and I.
The news watching world starts to think their job isn’t as secure as it once was and as a result they start looking for alternatives.
In walks you and your home business with the power, the opportunity, the leverage, for them fill that income void and much more.
Opportunity is in REALITY on the rise – all you’ve got to learn how to do is seize it. Be there when they’re looking is all.
On the internet, I’m a master of this and I want you to master this as well. It’s where freedom lies.
That’s why I want you to have this, it’s my path. It’s my blueprint.
From being a brat that made his mother cry because he didn’t want leftovers, to a grown man who has solved the home business money game for from scratch.
And that’s why I know if I can, you can!
Let’s do this.
– Ishan Soni
P.S. Let me know if you have any final questions before getting started. I would love to help you in any way I can.