Let’s talk about money. Most of us feel we just don’t have enough of it. We’re in debt up to our eyeballs and are hoping that the promise of network marketing will come through for us. Our credit cards are maxed out, our house has a sub-prime loan with escalating interest and payments, our medical insurance premiums (if we have insurance) just increased 15 percent and frankly, we are at the end of our rope. Can network marketing save us?

The answer is, maybe. If you are ready for an overhaul of your financial life, we have several new courses that may be just what you need. Since you are reading this, you probably know about the concept of leverage, although you may not quite grasp how to apply it. You also understand the power of intention, although fully believing in it may still elude you. Hopefully you have integrated the concept of the slight edge and are making some small, consistent positive changes in your life every day. And you understand the power of multiple streams of passive income to change your life forever.

You know all this—and still, your financial life is not what you hoped for. What gives?

In our Nov/Dec 2007 issue, we introduced you to R. Buckminster Fuller through two of his students, Marshall Thurber and DC Cordova. You may remember that Bucky developed the concept of synergy and was one of the great visionaries of the twentieth century. Marshall, DC and others developed a course called Money & You® that has become part of our curriculum. This course uses a number of games that allow you to take a look at yourself and notice how you act in various situations involving money.

How much personal responsibility are you willing to take for your financial position? Whether taking one more course will bring you financial health is up to you. I know it can make a big difference, because that’s what it did for me after I took the Money & You program way back in 1982. However, many who took it with me are still in financial distress. Why? Because they didn’t follow through on the information they were given. Discipline is required to change our behavior and break through long-held beliefs that no longer serve us.

I know it can be done. For me, discipline and personal responsibility were the keys to making that information work. Maybe they will be for you, too. Watch for upcoming courses in financial discipline and make sure to enroll.

Remember: education changes everything.

See you in class!

Glenn Head
Dean, Networking University