As Independence Day has quickly come around again for another year, it brings a time to reflect on from where we have come.  With Fourth of July as our country’s birthday, acknowledging from when it began and how it has developed over the years commemorates well-deserved recognition.  To begin in a country without tyranny and independent for a new beginning assimilates hopes and the view of the call to action.

Quite like how a network marketer has that new hope for beginning in having the view of the call to action, Independence Day is that day that represents the start of new dreams, promises and opportunities.

The questions that we ask of Independence Day can also be asked of our ourselves.

Where is our country headed?  Where are we moving?  What’s going to happen to us?  Where is our relationship with God?  What can we do to help build our country?  Where are we on this side of the equation?  Where do we stand?

It makes one think about who you are as an American? What can you do to make a difference?

Applying those same questions for growth towards network marketing, we can all contribute in different ways.  Every one of us has to make sacrifices.  We all have to make choices.  What can we do?

Can we educate ourselves more?  Can we talk to a friend?  Can we teach our children?  What else can we do?   Would I be worthy to stand among those people who have contributed to helping someday?

Just as Jon McNaughton is the brilliant artist expressing his thoughts and feelings of his painting “One Nation Under God” in this video, allow and enjoy this Independence Day to reflect on what your call to action may be.

Proverbs 11:6 further declares:

Doing right brings freedom to honest people,  but those who are not trustworthy will be caught by their own desires.

May you have a joyous and blessed Independence Day and would appreciate your commenting, re-tweeting or sharing with others as well.

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4 Comments to “Independence Day And A Network Marketer’s View Of The Call To Action”

  1. Most of the great marketers are focused on helping others. Their call to action is a call to make the world a better place. Nice post! Glad to have found you through the blog challenge 🙂

  2. Nelly Paekukui says:

    Thank you Martha. It is true that we can make a difference to whomever we get into contact and to wherever we go. Much appreciation and Aloha to you!

  3. Aloha Nelly, I must say I truly enjoyed your post and many valid questions you place here. I think we are giving to much freedom in our country but yet restricting frivolous things that don’t matter. Removing trust in our spiritual beliefs what this country was built on, shows how the country is deteriorating as we shun God in our country. Glad I came by and thanks for sharing! Mahalo, Lani

    PS.. Great video clip, his people won’t forget him. Never too late to show up for Independence Day! 🙂

  4. Nelly Paekukui says:

    Hi Lani,

    You’re a sweetheart and appreciate your commenting here. There definitely is a lack of honor and praise to whom praise and honor is due. With the exclusion of acknowledging God to bless and protect our country, it is like rejecting His safe hand to cover over a country or even a world that rejects His help.

    Blessings and Aloha to you!

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