Go Getter

Online Marketing Success

Yippity-do-dah! Today is awesome, I’m watching my six year old son parade around the living room as he mimics his favorite video game characters on YouTube. He’s so content with his life and unaware of all of the nonsense and struggles of the world.  Even in the struggle there’s always a glimpse of innocence that reminds us of what’s important in life.  I can’t help but to think that this world is so much bigger than meets the eye. We all have our own dreams and passions and there’s more than enough to go around for everyone.

I understand what that feels like to feel boxed in. There were times that I wanted to cry all day everyday about my financial situation,  I just prayed. I didn’t want to pray God knows, but I had to regain that peace that passes all understanding. After years of battling the same circumstance nonstop it was real easy to give up and give in. I would look at my family and think, this cycle of poverty will brake and my children will NOT inherit this! Then I would pick myself up and take a step, then another, until finally I was in a rhythm again. This went on for many years, I had to listen to the negative remarks from family and friends until one day, I looked around and no one was there. I was free to build and build and build and that’s what I did. I created my own personalized multiple income stream blueprint. I wouldn’t recommend doing this all at once, it’s going to take some time and commitment to get it together.

Don’t let this new year be another year of stagnant growth. Find a passion, fill a need and go after it.

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Vee G

Go Getter

New Directions

Graduation is so empowering and promising , the years that I invested in my education at Monroe Community College and Rochester Institute of Technology were some of the best years of expanding my mind. My fellow classmates were hopeful that their idea job was just an application away, and that it wouldn’t be difficult to find a job in their field. This wasn’t my experience.

After my first degree I became more aware of my chances of gaining employment and I realized that the submissions of multiple applications over the span of a year lead to no employment, and I was pissed. It was around this time that I heard about a Network Marketing company from a relative and decided to learn more. This was the first time that I realized that there was something more than just punching a clock. I didn’t do so well in the Network Marketing company, but the experience left a memorable mark on my life.