This past week, meeting and interacting with new people I once again found myself saying my mantra out loud to whoever asked what I do.
“Have fun, help people, make money.”
The initial confusion is understandable; how in the world can you do all three of those things and earn a substantial income? When it comes down to it, I think of this philosophy as a three-legged stool, each one representing a part of the mantra.
If you have just one part of the philosophy, it’s more of a balancing act than a stool. If you’re just having fun, you won’t be helping people and making money. Two parts of the philosophy aren’t much better. You’re still sitting trying to balance yourself on a two-legged stool, perhaps making money and having fun, but you may not be helping people. As long as you have all three components of the philosophy in place, you can be successful.
I’ll be explaining exactly how to soon! Stay tuned!