What Cause Are You Serving? Do You Have A Mission? Changing the Justice System In North America.

By Clarence Coggins

When you wake up in the morning what do you think about? Paying the bills? What your are going to do at work today? What's going to be for lunch? How the children are going to do in school this day?


All of these things are great things to think about. My question to you is what is your driving passion? I was listening to a CD this morning as I was driving into work. The speaker shared that one of his success mentor suggested that to have overwhelming success one should marry their why to the cause of the business enterprise.

In essence one should make thier why in the business their mission work in life. That is a pretty bold statement when you think about it. It requires that the mission of your enterprise be something greater than just move product. It must involve changing lives.

One of the reasons I had returned to network marketing was because of something I read in Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Havr Eker. In the book, he admited that at one time he really didn't know how rich people thought. He had some ideas that supplied by his outside environment (tv, friends, parents, and other source). But, he didn't have intimate knowledge of how thought.

In my case, when I looked at my experience, I was in the same boat. I had a bunch of theories and ideas, but no real knowledge about what it meant to be rich or wealthy. So my first goal was to start associating with people who were better off than me to get to those who had the information I was seeking.


Not a very lofty why. As time went on and I started understanding the mission of the organization I had joined my thinking changed. For too long people have been locked out by pricing from their God Given rights. Helping people to get access to those rights was the mission of the company I was with and it has become my mission work. 


Many people do their mission work when they get off work or on weekend. The super success have managed to make their enterprise their mission work. So what is your mission?


To learn more about my mission you can visit . I'd love to see your comments.

About the Author

Clarence Coggins is an Internet Market. He has extensive experience with applying Web 2.0 technology in the promotion of business and educational ventures. He also works a Leads Broker with the Silver Fox Leads Factory to contact him you can email or call him at 973-943-4073.


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