Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Joining Liberty League makes you thin?

Okay, Americans are fat. No doubt about it. Over the years, many people have speculated why.

Some have suggested that the food pyramid is screwed up. Others have accused fast food restaurants citing the typical amount of trans fat in an order of French fries. Still others have blamed thyroid problems, psychological disabilities, and low self esteem.

And while I’m sure that some of these theories do play a part in the rising obesity epidemic, they carefully ignore the main reason.

See if you can make the connection:

A. 61% of Americans are overweight and a whopping 27% are clinically obese.
B. The average American brings home less than $2,200 per month in net income.

Am I the only one who sees the connection? Americans are fat because they're broke. People struggle with their weight because they don't have enough money to stay thin.

And you can prove this to yourself. If you've got $5 in your pocket, you don't have enough money to buy a piece of grilled salmon with a side order of steamed asparagus. But you've got enough to buy a Super-Sized Quarter Pounder meal, don't you?

You can buy a Snickers bar for $.50. But I've never seen a fruit cup for under $3.

Here's another example: go to the grocery store and buy all the stuff you need to make a great salad at home. You're probably going to spend around $30 and the stuff will stay fresh in your fridge for a few days. On the other hand, you could spend the same $30 on macaroni & cheese, Ramen noodles, hamburger helper and Tombstone pizzas and you can buy enough food for a month.

Get clear on this: Hollywood superstars and multi-millionaires aren't wearing size 0 dresses or size 32/34 pants because they have more willpower than you. They're trim and fit because they can afford to hire a personal trainer, someone to cook nutritious meals and spend as much time as they need to working out.

Now, obviously I'm not saying that making a ton of money is going to automatically make you the next Daniel Craig. But, I AM saying that making a ton of money gives you the ability and freedom to take better care of the most important commodity you have: your body.

Being healthy is an investment. And it's not an investment that the average person can make when they're squeaking by from paycheck to paycheck.

And this is why it is VITAL that you get involved in a business where you can have A.) Plenty of money and B.) Plenty of free time.

And Liberty League International is an environment where you can do this. With profits of $1,000 to $8,000 and more and a business plan that involves working only 15-20 hours a week....it's an ideal career for someone who wants to improve EVERY area of their life.

Including your health.

It's 2007. Don't keep killing yourself with your fork. Make some money and get healthy.

Tony Rush
Summit Advisor,
Liberty League International

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