Residual Income — It’s Not Supposed To Be Easy (Guest Post by Rosie Bank)

You, Inc.Rosie’s book is entitled, You, Inc., but it is about much more than being your own boss. Within these pages, my friend and USANA colleague, teaches truths about freedom, health, and joy and how network marketing can provide an ongoing means to those ends. I have read many excellent books on our industry but this one has moved to the top of my recommended reading list. Rosie shares with us the inside secrets that, when revealed, bring a refreshing feel to this work that will compel you to go the distance. Many lives have and will continue to be impacted by this book. I encourage yours to be one of them.


Residual Income — It’s Not Supposed to be Easy

by Rosie Bank

Talk to anyone who makes money in their sleep. The vast majority of these hard working individuals probably spent more time, effort, and sometimes tears on the front end than ten people combined who work for a salary or for linear income all their lives. People who created residual income will tell you that the process entailed plenty of hard work, the inevitable speed bumps, occasional disappointments, often the desire that things went better/faster/smoother, and eventually a tremendous sense of satisfaction for reaping the fruits of their labor. Creating residual income is not easy and it is not supposed to be.

In order to have residual income, you not only have to work differently, you also have to think differently. It is not only about working; it is about building. You can also describe this process as creating. The equation might go something like this: I am willing to do whatever it takes (presuming it is legal and ethical) on the front end in order to have the lifestyle of my choice on the back end. The work I do today is for the purpose of ensuring that my loved ones and I can enjoy the fruits of my labor for years to come at some point when what I am building and creating comes to fruition.

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  • Great post… I have re-read You Inc. a couple of times just to get the information into my bones … It is one thing to know intellectually what you must do and entirely another thing to take action because action is the hard part. Amazingly, It's the doing of the thing that gets the results …. I keep reminding myself 🙂

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