“Dead Or Alive, You Are Coming With Me.”


Been having a lot of pent up anger of late.

It compounds.

Lack of sleep.

Haven’t been reading a good book for almost a week now.

Missing out on my daily meditations.

Haven’t been rewriting my goals.

Not been listening to motivational audios.

Skipping motivational & educational videos.

It’s been months since I’ve been visualizing my success.

I haven’t been exercising as much as I did.

Been poorly taking my vitamins and supplements.

All things happening daily, gradually, to a point where I feel exhausted physically and mentally.

Dropping my emotional intelligence.

I’m in the business of where losing your cool would cost you your job.

That love and hate relationship of being concerned of losing the job you hate.

Where now I incorrectly blame others for my lack of self mastery.

You attract what you are.

Happiness is an inside job.

Won’t happen overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.

The rest is just consistency on your part.

Change begins when you take 100% responsibility of what’s happening around you.

To you.

Through you.

~ Musa

A Business Like No Other…

new-mlm-companiesI think network marketing levels the playing field.

I could be wrong, it’s just my observation.

From my limited observation, businesses are handed over from generation to generation.

The only legacy I’ve seen being left the masses is poverty.

Some families are brought up with the option of aspiring to be business owner, while other families are sold the idea of becoming employees or self employed.

Asking the government to fix this in the form of land distribution, for instance, is as effective as the removal of our now current President from office.

But network marketing nullifies this dependent mindset.

The right one also offers you training and mentorship on how to succeed by also developing a business owner mindset.

But the best ones allow for your network marketing business to be passed on from generation to generation, just like these families I spoke of earlier.

With the right training to develop your skills, I believe anyone can succeed in what they put their minds to.

Multi level marketing included.

One of the hiccups I have with conventional business is the start up capital, amongst other uncertainties.

But obviously if you are committed enough and want it badly enough then you can find solutions around that.

I guess one chooses ones battles.

With me preferring minimum start up capital.

Minimal operational costs.

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With some part time but consistent work ethic, the results are predictable.

Results that can supplement my current salary.

Results that can be on par with my current salary.

Results that can eclipse my current salary.

A business like no other.

Look as a disclaimer, anything legit that allows you to make extra income is great.

Be it MLMs or another job or part time gig or strip joints.

I’m just talking about what I’m exposed to.

Do you due dilengece.

This working you way up to your salary month end only to start at zero the following month, is insane.

But most of us are doing it so it’s ok right?

I don’t think so.

~ Musa

“All That Glitters…”

“​Twenty years ago we began studying how people become wealthy.

Initially, we did it just as you might imagine, by surveying people in so-called upscale neighborhoods across the country.

In time, we discovered something odd. 

Many people who live in expensive homes and drive luxury cars do not actually have much wealth. 

Then, we discovered something even odder: Many people who have a great deal of wealth do not even live in upscale neighborhoods.”


It’s reading stuff like that that makes me update my life’s goal because they remind me to have the right thinking and the right associations.

I get my thinking right then I will take the right actions that attract the things I want for my life.

Thank you.

I love you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

~ Musa

Why Aren’t We all Millionares? Part II

Update: The following in a follow up from Why Aren’t We all Millionares? Part I

I believe it all boils down to your thinking & beliefs.

If you keep telling yourself things like:

  • Life is hard, life is difficult;
  • Life is unfair;
  • I am struggling;
  • It’s because of this that I don’t have that;
  • I am always broke;
  • I don’t have money;
  • I can’t do anything to change how things are, this is how life is;
  • Etc.

It’s because of these, and lots I haven’t mentioned, negative and binding thoughts – and more importantly the belief in them – that prevents people to not only become millionaires, but to remain within their own world of underdevelopment.

They are comfortable with this reality.

Anything outside this reality makes them uncomfy & automatically blocks off any advancing thoughts related to it.

If you keep thinking in terms of lack – for example:”I don’t have money, that’s too expensive so I cannot afford to buy that.” Do you think you would be opening yourself up to getting your hands on whatever that maybe or would you just be re-affirming that position of “lack” you keep telling everybody about?

Yourself included.

Thus making you experience a life of lack and the frustration and possible depression that comes along with it.

Mohamed Ali wasn’t born the “King Of The World,” he became one.

– Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Why Aren’t We All Millionares? Part I

I am not asking this out of frustration or anger or trying to be sarcastic.

This is a genuine question: Why aren’t we all millionaires?

I was thinking of taking this one step further and ask: Why aren’t you a millionaire?

But so not offend, by making people question their comfort zone, I will leave that one for a possible future post.

This question I am posing to you on my post title was inspired by a call I made to a friend who, I believe, has a R 1 million idea but isn’t making him a millionaire.

Far from it actually.

It got me thinking…why aren’t we all millionaires?

So I thought I could ask you, my honorable reader, to help me out in understand myself better, through your views and comment regarding this question.

So I would deeply appreciate it if you would that the time and ask yourself this question mentioned above and leave a comment in reply to this.

Why aren’t we all millionaires?

Update: Here is what I think.

– Musawenkosi Tshoaele