Money Is A Reward For Service Rendered

Hey guys! Alberto Riehl. I gotta tell you, man. I’m in New York City right now. I am at the birthplace of American Democracy. It’s called the Federal Hall. Federal Hall, Birthplace of American Democracy. First capital. First President. First Congress. First freedoms. It happened right here. And I gotta tell you, we just finished our Master Mind here in New York City. We had people from all over the world. Seven figure earners, multiple seven figure earners. We had eight figure earners and multiple eight figure earners. And man, if you’re here, you’re truly blessed. All of these guys, we have them from all over the world as I said.

Some guys were from Geneva, Switzerland, France. Where else do we have guys? Australia. All the way from Australia, from Canada. And everybody wanted to come here. They’re trying to figure out ways to come here. We have guys that are getting jobs in Ireland. They have to be there for a year. Once they’re there, they can transfer, do some sort of corporate, commercial, transfer over to the US, and that’s what people are doing to be here.

So, you know, it’s kinda easy to take it for granted, right? We’re born here and we kinda whine about things not being as perfect as they could be, and sure, they’re not perfect, but you know what? They’re better than they are anywhere else. So if you’re here, I mean, the opportunities that you have are just absolutely amazing.

Now here’s the New York Stock Exchange. Let’s see how much we can see here. I’ve been here, I’ve been to New York, quite a bit of times. This is my second time this year, but I’ve never been down here, down to Wall Street, The New York Stock Exchange, and this is where capitalism at it’s finest happens. Right?

Now, one of the things we teach our guys is you have to give value. All money is is a reward for service render. I’m sure some people watching this, rolling their eyes a little bit, oh, money, money, money. And if you’re doing that, most likely you don’t have any. That’s probably why. It has to do with your relationship with money and the thing is that I learned a long time ago that all money is is a reward for service rendered. That’s it.

It’s a reward for service rendered. So if you want more money, serve more people. That’s it. Just focus on helping more people, servicing more people, and then the money will come as a by product. And you know, we have two support calls every single week, live calls, where our clients, my students, can come on, ask me as many questions as they wish. I help them through challenges that they’re having, give them examples, whatever it is that they need. And today is one of those days.

We have them on Mondays and Thursdays, usually, four pm eastern time. It’s about fifteen minutes to the call, and a lot of people said, why don’t you change it? Why don’t you cancel it? You’re touring New York City, but again, I know that money is a reward for service rendered. So I’m here to help my clients, I’m here to serve my clients, and I know because of that the cause and effect happens and business just keeps getting better and better.

So we’ll be doing our Q/A Call here, live, in about fifteen minutes. Guys, if you haven’t checked out our program yet, you should check out our Facebook page, search for us, Dream Source Consulting on Facebook. You can go to our YouTube channel, Alberto Riehl, R-I-E-H-L. You’ll have over 40 video testimonials from clients sharing about the great results that they’re getting, and really that’s all we care about. At the end of the day, there’s results. So, man, it’s getting kinda noisy. Little different to what I’m used to out here, but this is Alberto Riehl, Riehl’s Rants, from New York City, New York Stock Exchange, and the birth place of democracy. Democracy is how you pronounce it. Hope you’re having a wonderful Monday, and have a wonderful rest of the day. Alberto Riehl, Riehl’s Rants.

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