In writing, emotions are hard to express and presenting the logic could be quite the challenge too. But nevertheless, i’ll express it and present it, the best way i can.
Skeptical, yup that was me at first. I mean, aren’t all people when you present the word “Networking”? It’s a waste of time; it’s a scam; such a tiresome career; only the top benefits; you’re wasting money; it’s difficult and i know a friend, he joined and nothing happened, and the lists just goes on and on.
I know these, not because so many people so think likewise–though i did encounter plenty as well–but because once upon a time, i also though likewise.
So how did the skeptical became an enthusiast? (It’s actually a loooonnnng story but i’ll shorten it for you.)
I understood, that’s it. Plain and simple.
I have so many realizations now, but i’ll just share the realizations that helped me decide.
First: If you want to add something ( at that moment, i was working for two years and wanted to add the figures in my income), then do something. If you want something you never had, do something you never did. Insanity, according to Albert Einstein, is doing the same things over and over again but expecting different results.
Second: There is no harm in earning something extra. It’s never our fault that our salary is ain’t enough, but it sure is our fault that we know it ain’t enough, yet we do nothing about it. “ALAM mo na nga na KULANG, but AYAW dagdagan…”
Third: A non-graduate guy earned three times more than i did in just the span on two years…And it obvious, he’s doing something i am not. And that something is UNO.
So yes, i joined. There no harm in earning extra. You will never know when you won’t try. And certainly, there is no harm in trying something that gives you the CHANCE to achieve whatever that is you dreamed in life. Be it financial freedom, time freedom or whatever that is you have in mind.
MORE POWER and GOD BLESS!!!