Is starting life over after losing everything the key to success?




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Published on Aug 26, 2019

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Losing everything and starting again is not something that happens overnight, it is a downward spiral that happens when we least expect it

My name is Steve Jackson and this is my story of how I lost everything and found myself in running a network marketing business. My journey was not easy or even that enjoyable at the start, but ultimately the most existing experience in my life. If you would like to learn how to start over with nothing in network marketing, click on the learn more button on this page.

The beginning starting life over after losing everything

I remember that life in my early years being happy and content. My mother worked for the local housing office and my father worked in the local power station as a Project engineer. We always had nice gifts for Christmas and there was always food on the table. I don't recall a situation when we were hungry and my parents were married until my father died a few years ago.

On the other hand, school was not so good. I was not a great pupil, but I managed to scrape through with passes and unbelievably gained an apprenticeship in metalwork for a local company.

Having a trade gave me the money to have a comfortable life but sometimes that is not enough when a countries economic situation changes for the worse.

However, being single the pressure to provide was not really there. The only person one needs to care about is oneself, though the taboo of being unemployed and short of cash all the time is something that our pride can only stand for a short time.

As a young person we want to be able to achieve some kind of success if not for ourselves, for our friends and family, so to some extents this is a culture imperative to aspire to the standards of our peers.  However, as I found out in my later year bouncing back is a lot harder when we have our own family to care and provide for. This is when we truly need to succeed after losing everything and starting again, because if we do not everything will be lost including everything we love so dearly.


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