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Taking Financial Risks

Let’s take a case scenario of two brothers who happen to be farmers in a village far away from any natural source of water supply. Farmer A and Farmer B plant their crops at the same time in a land not too far apart from each other. After a while, the rains stop falling, farmer A is contended with the natural order of things, but Farmer B is not… he seeks ways to provide an all year round supply of water to his crops so he devises a means of transporting water from a faraway stream into his farm land. Now, farmer A tries to dissuade him by pointing out the various disadvantages of irrigation which includes over flooding. Farmer B despite knowing that he risked over flooding his small farm, persisted, ignoring the risk and thinking only of the advantages.

Eventually, it is harvest time, both farmers cultivated their crops but as you must have guessed by now, Farmer B’s harvest was more bountiful than that of his brother… in the long run, the end justified the means.

Now the difference between this two brothers is that one of them did things differently from what was regularly obtained. He took the risk of irrigating his farm despite the obvious risk of over flooding involved.

Now let’s relate this story to the present day craze for financial freedom by Nigerians as a result of which most people have bought into the now popular mavoriodian network known as MMM.

A lot of people call this scheme a scam simply because they are scared of losing their money, I mean nobody wants to lose hard earned money especially in this period of recession. Most people want financial stability, but not the risks involved in achieving this stability and as such, they remain in the same position, year in, year out.

Bill gates, one of the world’s richest man of all times, took a great risk when he took over the running of Microsoft world… the risk of immediate COLLAPSE but he was not deterred, he knew the rules of success, only the risk takers take it all.

My point being, it is a fact that nothing last forever, the mavoriodian system, might not last due to some situations which includes greediness among-st participants, but those in the business of making money know that a good deal lies in the kind of risk involved… the greater the risk, the greater your chances of gaining financial freedom.

Personally, I see no sense in putting my money in a banking system that finds every excuse possible to deduct minute sums under different pretentious guises of which nobody is held accountable for. Why not put that same sum of money in a system that works and ensures that at the end of the month, I not only get my money back, but I also get 30 percent and some bonuses.

To me, it only makes sense to do the latter. I am not one to be convinced easily, but I have tested and tried this system, I have seen millionaires with better finances than I have try this scheme and it worked for them, how much more me, a simple thousandaire…

A great man once told me, if you want to be great, then understudy great people, if you want to be wealthy, then you might as well understudy wealthy people. watch the way they work, learn from their investment tactics, their risk taking ventures… only then can you truly learn the power of making wealth.