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Hello! It Is Opportunity Calling!


If I knock at your door hold your hand take you towards the road to fortune would you come? If I tell you that I can guide you and point to you where the wealth lies, would you go?

In theory each one of us would answer why not! Of course!

But in reality things seem to be different.

It has been seen that even while on road to wealth people are resistant to walk. They are apprehensive and full of doubts.

And they leave the road after few steps.

They would rather stay surrounded in misery than working towards fortune.

I have seen people doing this. Either they do not come out of their shell or they are eager to go back at the instant they come out.

Let us look at what people say:

How much money I will make?

How long before I see that money?

I have been here for two months. Why am I not seeing the results?

Why there is so much work involved - you said it was easy.

I do not know this stuff. I cannot learn it. This is too complicated.

These are the few of the responses that I my mail box receives everyday because I tell them that there is lot of money that can be made on the net.

Here we see the irony!

People do not want to leave their comfort zone. They do not want to work. But everybody wants lot of money. How is that possible? A similar example I can see is that a person who stuffs himself with junk food but is obsessed with making a good body and does nothing about that except thinking about the exercise.

People do not want opportunities. They want guarantees. Everybody who is told that you can work towards wealth on the net would want a guarantee. That is people are made to response cheat offers like 'Earn a million dollar by end of next month'. They know in their mind it cannot be true. But their irrational hopes take the charge and people end up making foolish investment.

People do not have patience. They want instant results. Instant gratification. Even if they are told they would find a fortune by doing something, they won't have the time. They are too busy. They are too busy with the trivial things the life offers them.

Tell a person he will make a lot of money if he worked for 1-2 years by doing something and he will smile leave. He will not be ready to make the necessary hard work and input. That always puzzled me. But most of people do not want to rise above the level of their average being that they have become use to.

Because they are quite cozy and comfortable there. They stuff themselves with junk food while they discuss and dream about good bodies. They continue with measures which are sure to keep them poor and are happy imagining about getting rich.

Opportunity visits everybody. Few are the eyes who can recognize it. Fewer are the minds who agree upon following the path it offers.

So If I knock at your door, hold your hand, take you towards the road to fortune would you come?

Would you?

Copyright 2005 Arun Pal Singh

Arun Pal Singh, a successful marketer and writer offers a unique and duplicable business opportunity at http://www.homeforprofits.com. To avail his free Income Course, send an e-mail to subscribe@homeforprofits.com with subject 'subscribe'.


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