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Commitment is The Only Way To Success in All Things

Commitment is probably the one major thing I learnt from my Dad. Some times it is a pain in the neck but gives you a sense of achievement and satisfaction.  Unfortunately  it kinda makes you a little intolerant of those who cannot commit to something or anything for that matter. It actually makes you disappointed and sad.  I found it in sport, the gym ( you start off with a friend and after a week or so they drop out or begin to at least and in the end find a reason not to keep going). I have just started being involve in a weight loss business called Isagenix. Great company great product. This product works but requires commitment. I see cases of those who really need to lose weight, become more confident and get themselves out of a rut. They start ‘Gung Ho’ then after a week or two they slowly get back into old habits and either lose no weight or start to put on weight. They set themselves up to fail.

When I listen to this fellow  and it so made sense. The way to success in anything, you need to have a routine, a ritual, a pattern, Over delivery,  that will keep you on track.

His rituals are simple easy to do and help ones focus on what they are committed to.  Please listen and enjoy

Because “If you don’t do different nothing will change”

If you are interested in definitely losing weight go to – https://lesleyvoth.isagenix.com/en-AU/ or email me at lesley@davidvoth.com

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This Is An Amazing Transformation

This stuff works. This family should be very proud of themselves. I have just been introduced to the product by ‘Isagenix’ and so far have been very impressed. If you have a weight problem or just want to lose a few pounds or kilo’s take a look and read up about it. I believe this to be the one thing that will work for you.

Great story.

 

“One year ago, Michelle and I started our life-changing journey. Unsure at the time if we would like it or even see results, we were willing to say yes and give it a try. It took us less than a week to realize that Isagenix was the lifestyle we desperately needed. I still can’t believe the outstanding positive changes it has brought to our lives in the past year.

What started out as a way for me and Michelle to improve our own health and wellness has created a ripple effect throughout our entire family. Our daughter, Paige, joined us in January, followed by our son, Zane, who hopped on the health train a month later. I can say without a doubt that

we’ve had many meaningful family experiences simply because we decided to make a long-term commitment to the system. ⠀
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This new lifestyle has changed our children’s lives in so many positive ways. I can see they have more confidence, self-esteem, energy, and enthusiasm as well as a willingness to pursue things they have never done before. To date, they’ve tried hiking, kayaking, and running, and we all have gym memberships now, too!

It’s not about weight loss anymore. Reinventing our quality of life was an unexpected effect that has become the sustainable goal. We’ve easily adjusted our mindset to ‘eating to live, not living to eat,’ and collectively, we are down more than 330 pounds!* Our family is always happy and excited to share our experience with anyone who wants to learn how to make a change.”

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For more information you can go to lesleyvoth.isagenix.com or davidvoth.isagenix.com

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10 Tips To Remember As A First-Time Home Buyer

1.Buy When YOU are ready!.
This will probably be the biggest financial commitment you will have been faced with at this stage of your life. Make sure you are psychologically ready. Don’t be pressured. Don,t buy because others tell you the time is right to enter the market. Be totally comfortable.

2. Think outside the Box.
If you are unable to afford to buy in the area of your choice. You may need to scale down the size of the home, find a larger place in a different suburb or a smaller place in a prefered suburb.

3. Look at your first purchase as stepping stone.
Your first property may not be your ideal choice but look at the big picture. In five years time, sell up and buy somewhere more desirable using the financial gain from the increase in value. (Hopefully the economy improves by then).

4. Do NOT borrow more than you can afford.
It is not just the price of the property that is in question here. That’s is only the first cost. The next cost is legal fees, bank fee’s, transaction fees, not to mention the property upkeep, and household costs. Keep the loan repayments within your means.

5. There is always another bargain around the corner.
If you miss out on a property that is great value and really tugged at you heart and feeling a little deflated. Ask any real estate agent and they will tell you there will be another property come on the market within a short time that will fit your criteria and your budget equally.

6. Don’t pay too much.
Never pay more than what the property is worth. Do your own research and understand how much similar properties in the area are selling for.

7. Keep control of your emotions.
Do not fall in love with a property that is out of reach financially, and you feel you must have it. Big mistake. Often you will overlook much-needed repairs because it is so cute and so loveable. It may need thousands of dollars of work done on it. Get a building inspector to look the place over before you make a decision. Take a friend that you know will give you an honest opinion to look at the property.

8. Be sceptical of the selling agent.
The best real estate agent will spin you the best yarn about the property. Remember they have to put food on the table and will want to make a sale to do so. It is the salesperson legal obligation to sell the property for the highest price possible. If you were selling you would expect nothing less.

9. Put a hold on the renovations.
Very tempting I know, I have been there. Hold off, don’t rush in. Give yourself time to live in the place before you attempt to make changes. Keep hold of your spare cash, if you are lucky to have some, till you are sure of what renovations you want to do. This will also help you to prioritize the work you want to do.

10. There will be light at the end of the tunnel.
Your mortgage will feel like a huge weight around your neck for the first couple of years. You will probably have to deny yourselves some treats just so you can make the payments. If you plan carefully and make those small sacrifices, after a few years more positive things begin to happen and you will be grateful for your prize possesion.

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