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Times Are Tough, The Tough Get Going

Today we are experiencing some difficult times and many people are getting caught on the wrong end of these economic times, but it doesn't have to be you! During the great depression many people spent their days looking for work or standing in bread lines, some actually got very rich. What was it that they were doing differently than the massses? The kept their positive attitude and stayed motivated and did something about their situation. Are you doing something about your situation? Or are you doing the same old things that you have been doing?

When economics seem to be turned upside down, the same rule no longer apply. Most start to conserve and do with out the things that they desire and many give up on their dreams. Don't be one of those, keep your dreams alive and do something that you may not have thought of before. Creating anotheor or even multiple streams of income is easier than you may think, throughout this blog there are opportunities all over. Give any one of them ninety days and see where you will be after that.

Some of the methods with cost nothing to get started and others will take a small investment. But no matter what you must do something if you want to be the change that youwant to be.

The old saying goes: If you keep doing what you been doing you will keep getting what you have been getting. And another is that famous definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

Get moving and get doing something that will make a difference to you and the people around you. The economy is about you the people, not the government. People creating a dream and creating the environment to make that dream a reality.

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By: Author Unknown



An aging Hindu master grew tired of his apprentice

complaining and so, one morning, sent him for some salt.



When the apprentice returned, the master instructed the

unhappy young man to put a handful of salt in a glass of

water and then to drink it.



"How does it taste?" the master asked.



"Bitter," spit the apprentice.



The master chuckled and then asked the young man to take

the same handful of salt and put it in the lake.



The two walked in silence to the nearby lake and once the

apprentice swirled his handful of salt in the water, the

old man said, "Now drink from the lake."



As the water dripped down the young man's chin, the master

asked, "How does it taste?"



"Fresh," remarked the apprentice.



"Do you taste the salt?" asked the master.



"No," said the young man.



At this the master sat beside this serious young man, who

so reminded him of himself, and took his hands, offering: