In the early 2000’s Beth and I had met some people that were in business and expanding.  It wasn’t anything I was familiar with or qualified for.  They were building communities of people that products flowed through.  Made sense to me.  Beth and I started our learning journey.  Many times we felt out of place and like nobody was understanding us.  We stayed the coarse and pushed on, and doors started to open.  I am attaching a video of a guy dancing that i think explains how it go’s when you decide to do something out of the ordinary.  I love what we do, it has evolved into an amazing machine that I am more excited about today than when we originally ever started.

Today May 28th, marks 11 years since I walked away from my job and decided to bet on myself and my efforts.  I used to have more confidence in my boss than I did in myself, then I realized that I am the artist drawing the picture of my future.  I have had so much fun with my wife and kids in the last 11 years, it has been priceless.  Not once did I ever say, “Man I wish I had a job again.” To this day, not many people understand why we dance, but many that see us from a distance know that we have fun doing it. Now I get to tell people that what I do for a living is help people get free from the financial matrix and run a successful business if they so choose.

There are so many people like the guy in this video that start dancing, and doing something that not everyone will understand, and they quit dancing to soon and say dancing is stupid.  I did this blog today to encourage those that may be dancing alone right now. Keep on dancing, as long as you’re having fun and believe in what you are doing, others will join.  Leading isn’t easy and in whatever capacity you are leading (dancing) keep it up, the world already has enough people that won’t, we need more that will.

As George Clooney said in the end of Tomorrowland “Go out and find the ones that haven’t given up, they’re the future.”

Dreamers need to hang with other dreamers. Surround yourself with others that encourage you, your life will be so much better.

I hope that you dance your heart out,

Steve Morgan

Comments
  1. tjkeena1 says:

    Thanks Steve & Beth!!

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  2. Jay Homewood says:

    Great encouragement here ! Thanks, Steve !

  3. Angela Kolp says:

    Awesone blog Steve! Let’s keep dreaming, dancing, and getting out of the financial matrix!!

  4. Congratulations, Steve, to you and Beth! 11 years of freedom together; that’s truly amazing! John and I are so grateful you both were persistent dancers. Because you had the courage to win, we now have the same opportunity and we are so grateful to be partnered with you. There is no one else we’d rather be following. Thank you for guiding us through a system of dance lessons and encouraging us to be courageous. We love sharing your success story! Band of Brothers never quit!