Friday, November 18, 2016

Money Day 6

Take control of the money and we take control of the world. Decentralized public digital assets offer this. We see creation of markets not run by the elites. This allows the markets to drive the financial sector instead of letting the financial sector drive the markets. We must take control of our individual rights and stand up for those around us by taking responsibility for our governance. We will develop the tools of governance through new technologies. We will find new opportunities for growth and employment by embracing these not-so-new innovations and exploring the latest ideas. Start now by learning more about the new economy.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Share Day 5

The quiet breath of others. Distant noises of an awaking population. Dim light enters. Driven to do more. Reminded that we are each at the center of our own world. I search for the opportunity to raise the bar. To help more people educate and equip themselves for the future. Striving to keep up myself. We are all, in my humble opinion, either seeking, avoiding, creating, or disrupting. Harmony. Synergy. Progress. Whatever we call it, our disposition toward the world around us must be reviewed and considered regularly. Keep thoughts in check, the attitude stays in check. Share ideas, hopes, and dreams. Even the bad idea, shared, may spark a great idea. Listen and contribute. Expand our knowledge base with research.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Do Day 4

Do. More. Desire to do more. There are so many need to be addressed. No one person can do it. We will require many helping hands to move forward as people of a nation and denizens of this earth. We must rise to become global citizens. Vote with your dollars by learning where you food comes from, what is the impact of purchase, and where do your dollars go after your transaction. Sure you can donate, you may find organisations true to your heart, and many of them make good use of donations. Don't forget that money does nothing without people($’s do depreciate). Your effort, action, and compassion are in even higher demand. What you may do for someone will have everlasting value. It will earn interest and return dividends indefinitely. Do not let your vision be overcrowded by examples of “it made no difference”. It will happen and you may never realize the good you have done. Step up and try again. Find the next opportunity to make a better decision, based on all the information at your disposal. Do what feels right to reinvest economic, social, and political capital in our future.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Time Day 3

Time. The most precious commodity. Fleeting, enduring, gruelling in it’s weight. Balance must be found, and kept among life’s demands. “Chalk it up” really illustrates it for me. The sight and sound of the white laying out onto the board. Swerving and swaying, striking and scratching meaning into the dark space. We then attempt to derive significance from it all before it is wiped away and replaced anew, the same but different. The calendar is a great tool in managing, and more importantly, enjoying our time. Allocation of time deserves diligence and persistence. Plan for the future most desired. Cherish our slice of time, we have the opportunity to participate.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Journey Day 2

Snowboarding. Writing. Automation. Permaculture. Sustainability. The commonality? All represent a journey and a choice. A choice to try. A decision to do more, and get results. There may be a lot to learn, take a journey of discovery. Physically, psychologically, and as a society we may all learn from a new approach to fun, finance, or work. To approach something for the sake of doing something new. The more we learn, the more we may share. The greater our opportunity to share and connect, to find our shared goals in order to realize them. Bring together our interests and we will evolve to a higher state.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

100 Word Challenge

So begins my challenge to write 100 words a day… I recall the desire to write from such a very young age. There was a time I was so inspired that I made a book. Folded construction paper, stapled the binding, and drew my favorite thing to draw on the cover, which was a bird at the time. I drew one once and somebody told me it was really good, so I kept drawing them. Then I opened it. Put pen to paper and made a mistake! Oh no! I can't go through writing and having correction all over my book! And so began the block. By the time it occurred to me to pull out a loose leaf notebook, draft my story and then move to a final publication, I had created my own writer's block. In this experience I began to comprehend how much work it would take to get to my goal, and perhaps there was even more I hadn't thought of. My beautiful idea was being reverse engineered by the mind of a 2nd grader and became overwhelmed. When I finally got around to placing pencil to paper, I could no longer find where to begin or even an idea of when to write. And it was dinner time. I have since learned how to break the large, daunting tasks into the small bitesize pieces I can handle. I am also a student of habits, and am now keenly aware of my own habits, those which make me successful, those which I would like to have, and those I could do without. I am a father, husband, and helper. I thrive on helping people achieve, seeing it happen, and contributing to it in any way. Here now, I revisit my own neglected goal of writing that book, with the bird on the cover, over two decades later. R.Munn


Wow, its great to be back in business. It is so refreshing to be self-employed, and experiencing phenominal growth!

I've been in network marketing for almost 10 years now. It has been obvious to me that the concept is one of the few true opportunities out there for common people to create an uncommon life for themselves.

Unfortunately, its not as easy as it might seem at first. My first experience was exciting! I hit my list, followed my script, and made a couple thousand dollars in my first 3 months!! I was amazed! I presented at our local meeting and was the image of "anybody can do this" at 18 years old, I was on fire!

Then it hit me, I had burned up my list and was out people to talk to, and hardly anybody I had gotten in the business was doing anything near what I had done. The hard truths of network marketing began to set in as I searched all over the to find the answer. I had a measly $20 monthly check coming in, and desparately tried buying leads and cold calling. I got a people from that, but quickly lost interest and moved on.

I slowly reallized as i went through many other businesses both network marketing and conventional, that there is an entire industry based on the the churn of people who want the dream of having their own business. Most network marketing companies are in the center of this, but there are all kinds of "turn-key systems" for sale that leave people flat broke and holding the junk. I tried vending machines, insurance, web development, and more. All viable businesses in their own right, but often marketed and sold to individuals without all the information and resources to make it work. Its mostly churn business in which the opperating industry relies on suckers to keep the flow of fresh suckers flowing in the doors.

Now its not the people who are bad, at least 97% of people are good by nature. Its the few who are able to become wildly successful creating systems that look good while fleecing as many people as they can.

Now this, is all hidden behind truth. Many people can become successful even with the deck stacked against them if they are focused on their personal goals. The WHY is everything they tell you, and it is true. If your WHY is powerful enough and you write down your goals, define them clearly, and review them regularly, YOU WILL ACHIEVE THEM.

The trouble is that if your goals involve things like "doing no harm", and feeling 100% good about what you are doing, well there in lies the problem, and the barrier that many people have run into. I tried to define my goals, but my goals seemed, deep down, to conflict with the actual results that I knew I would affect by following the actions I was told would bring me success. In other words, to achieve success by their standards, I would have money, but actualy fail to achieve my other goals.

I eventualy pulled out of the rat race for a while to reflect, and try to live up to my goals, and even learn how to define them better. I continued persuing my passions: snowboarding, family, language, agriculture, and social justice. It was the family that grounded me, and yet also began to drive my desire for the promises of owning my own business all over again. I began to look around, localy and online. I was determined to do my due diligence, and really learn how to find something good, right, and doable. I learned to read the fine print on everything, and then read between the lines of the fine print. I learned to identify mentors and even started learning how to be a mentor.

I found myself one day in an obscure conversation about taking care of the body in healthy ways. I brought up some information about a product I knew of from a company I had been involved with years ago. I was asked to obtain this product for this person to try. I went and tracked down my old "sponsor" in that business and went to get that product from him for my friend.

That is when I found a company true to my heart. Nothing had really changed since I had originaly signed up with them, just me. They were still the great company I had been inspired to represent when I first learned about them, but I now had no other distractions, and was able to look clearly at the information through my new lenses that getting back to earth and living life had granted me.

Unlike most other companies out there, they had not written me off as another churned piece of meat. I was still a member of their family, and still had the opportunity sitting there in front of me. They are true to their mission, and even under new leadership are persuing that mission with more energy than ever. I took a deep, hard look at all the information I could find, and it all confirmed that this company is a diamond in the rough.

The combination of what this company is about, what it has to offer, the team I have the honor to work with, and the tools that technology brings to the table is unsurpassed. This company is #1 in its industry for a reason. It is uniquely driven to accomplish one beneficial thing for people, a "Happier Healthier Life"