Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Want to make the world a better place? GET RICH!

"Want to make the world a better place? Get rich!"

Recently Daniel Akst, a novelist and columnist in Tivoli, New York, offered this year's crop of college graduates some uncommon advice quite unlike that of most commencement speakers.

On the other hand, his guest article which appeared in The Wall Street Journal sounds quite a lot like the philosophy shared by many people who have made HUGE contributions to mankind.

Here's what he said:

"I hope what you are dreaming of is making the world a better place, and unlike all these other kibitzers, I can tell you exactly how to do so. Just go out and make the most money you can.

"Creating and amassing wealth is an outright moral obligation. Do so and you can take comfort not just in financing public services but in knowing that you are giving people what they need or want, generating jobs and underwriting the affluence that makes art, justice, environmental protection and other social goods possible.

Of course, making yourself a pile of money is good for you too. You'll live in a better neighborhood, drive a safer car, get to be more selective in choosing a spouse and enjoy a longer, healthier life. Your kids will get a better education, which in turn will mean more of the same for them, too--and will better equip them to improve the world still more."
Wow -- that's quite alot different from what you hear at most commencement ceremonies. But he's got it right.

It never ceases to amaze me that so many people carry an enormous amount of GUILT about wanting to be wealthy....but at the same time, they're obviously spending alot of their time and energy trying to figure out how they can accumulate more money.

Well, let me clear this up for you: it's perfectly NORMAL for you to want to be wealthy. In fact, the person who says that you should live in poverty is mentally unbalanced. God does not require you to live like a pauper. And you certainly aren't serving anyone by bouncing checks all over town or struggling from paycheck to paycheck.

And that's why many people are looking to Liberty League International for a serious income solution. By working 12-15 hours a week and using a proven marketing system, you really CAN start earning an executive level income in your first 30 days in the business.

Want to make a difference in the world? Go make a bunch of money, change your life and then start changing others lives as well.


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