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Network Marketing: The Financial Underground Railroad

Written By: Patrick Ogunnaike on October 3, 2011 One Comment

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What is The Underground Railroad?

If you’re familiar with US history and the history of slavery then you’ve probably heard the term. If you’re not let me give you a brief synopsis.

From Wikipedia

“The Underground Railroad was an informal network of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th-century black slaves in the United States to escape to free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists and allies who were sympathetic to their cause. More than 30,000 people were said to have escaped there via the network at its peak.”

You may ask, what does this have to do with Network Marketing?

Well it’s quite simple. You see, in our world today, slavery still exists. Grant it, it seems more benign because today’s slaves are not bound in chains. They’re allowed to own things, they’re allowed freedom of movement (somewhat) and freedom of choice (somewhat).

Yes, slavery still exists today and in fact it’s more prevalent than ever.

What am I talking about? I’m talking about our enslavement to money.

Sure, money doesn’t buy happiness but it does buy freedom.

In our society today you are only as free as your purchasing power allows and the need to make enough money to be able to have the necessities of life require many of us to submit to working for someone else.

Yes slavery still exists, the difference is that you get to choose your master.

So every day, the many of us get up when our job tells us to, we drive the car that our paycheque allows us to buy, we live close enough to get to work on time, we only leave when we’re allowed to, we take breaks and lunch when and for exactly how long we’re allowed to, we go on vacation when we’re allowed to and so on and so on….

So while we’re not physically shackled like the African slaves were we are still shackled.

Now jobs can serve a purpose. They allow us to get paid to learn new skills and they can provide a foundation to allow those who have the courage and the wherewithal to pursue their freedom.

Now I believe that the coming decades will see our society move towards a revolution of thought that leads us out of this monetary paradigm that requires us to subjugate ourselves to others in order to survive.

But until then we need to do what many slaves did in the 1800s.

W e need to escape.

How did they do it? They did it by creating networks of allies, teams of people who worked together to get them to freedom.

They risked their lives and I’m sure many paid with their lives but the chance to live free is worth the price.

Today we are very lucky not to have to face that kind of adversity but our goal remains the same. If you have the courage and haven’t let yourself be beaten down to the point that you’ve relinquished your dreams then you owe it to yourself and your family to go for it!

The world needs you to be more than just a cog in the machine.

And Network Marketing is our modern Underground Railroad. It’s a network of like minded people working together in teams each trying to push and pull each other closer to freedom.

If you’re one of the courageous then I’d like to meet you.

Click HERE to learn about how my Underground Railroad can and how I will be your ally to help get you the freedom you deserve.

To your FREEDOM,

PatrickOgunnaike.com

 

 

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