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Is It Better To Give Than Receive?

Published on 3/21/2018
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Is It Better To Give Than Receive?

My heart sank last night after watching a short video on the topic of social media strategies for making more sales in a network marketing business.

The marketer stated,

“If you give more, you can expect to receive more”.

I am not in full alignment with this concept. Mainly because it’s a half truth at best. It is like so many marketing teachings today-misleading.

My belief is giving to receive is not really giving - because it comes with expectations, that if not met, results in disappointment, frustration, anger, lack, and poverty consciousness. We have all been down that road yeh?

“You cannot speak that which you do not know. You cannot share that which you do not feel. You cannot translate that which you do not have. And you cannot give that which you do not possess. To give it and to share it, and for it to be effective, you first need to have it. Good communication starts with good preparation.”

—Jim Rohn

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Giving to receive is giving from an empty cup that can never be filled from an outside source - it must be filled from within.

The only way to truly give, in my opinion, is to give without expectation, from a place of abundance, when, or as a result of, your cup runnething over.

“Giving without expectation” allows for you to receive easily & effortlessly, as long as you believe that you deserve to receive whatever it is that others are willing to exchange with you, for the value you are offering.

I do totally vibe with the energy of "to give is better than receive", as giving starts the receiving process. That little shift will make a BIG difference!

Just remember, they people buy into the vision and your Leadership, before they buy a Membership.

Is It Better To Give Than Receive?

Share with me what your thoughts on this are. What are you willing to do, TODAY< to step up and stand in your greatness? 

To Your Abundance and Prosperity!

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