Spotlight: Worldprofit Platinum VIP Member, Business Owner, Elder William Buck
Worldprofit’s Silver and Platinum VIP Members are business owners who hail from all over the world, from all walks of life. They each share something very important, character qualities found in every successful person – the willingness to learn, the desire to achieve a goal, and the focus and determination to make it happen.
Here we feature in our Member Spotlight, Elder William Buck
We asked William to share his experiences and how Worldprofit has helped him grow his own successful online business.
William, can you share a little information with us about you?
My name is William Buck. I’m a former Machinist at Phillip Morris, and Retired Former Sergeant at United States Air Force.
William, what was the reason or reasons for your initial interest in becoming a Member at Worldprofit?
With a bad spine and living in pain, I knew that there were more things I could do. So I go about the business of the day and knew that Worldprofit is the place for me. My determination is to continue in the most positive way and Worldprofit has helped me do that.
William, do you have any words of advice for someone looking for an online business or considering joining Worldprofit?
An old adage, "God helps those who help themselves". No one epitomizes this more that I, fighter, survivor, inspire my friend.
Some of you will have been born with debilitating back problems like me, ask yourself "Have they defeated…or empowered you? Some of you will have worked the most demanding and laborious job, the kind of job that progressively destroys even the strongest of bodies. Has it defeated…or empowered you?"
William, you are a Monitor who generously volunteers your time to help others in Worldprofit’s home business community. Can you offer some reasons why you enjoy being a Monitor?
Monitoring gives me the opportunity to give back the time helping others, the very extra time that Worldprofit gave to me.
William, what are some of the tools and resources in your Worldprofit Membership that you find most helpful in growing your own online business?
To grow my online business I rely on: Notepad, Worldprofit’s Promo Organizer, Worldprofit’s Link Manager and especially Lesson 3
of the bootcamp lessons created by George Kosch.
William, anything else you would like to share with others about growing an online business?
I was asked recently, when are you going to Retire? You were in the Air Force 23 years, at Philip Morris for 30 Years and an Elder since 1978. So when do you plan to retire? I said to myself, there is so much now available on the internet, it’s easy to find something you would like to do to maintain your interest in life, or even start a new one.
As I approach my Middle years of life, I am very comfortable with this question as it has been asked and answered. I will be working in my business and on my passions until the Lord calls me home. I cannot imagine life without the thought of truly living until the end.
You see, we know a secret that the vast horde of the retired either does not know or came to understand too late; work invigorates, energizes, and exercises facilities which otherwise quickly enervate and deteriorate. In other words, productive, meaningful work is essential to staying young, alive,and alert. So let’s review all the reasons why retirement as generally practiced and understood is one of the worst things you can ever do to yourself.
1) Retirement rots the Brain.
If you have work you like, one reason you fancy it is because you have meaningful questions to answer challenges to face and labor to do. Work as Sigmund Freud well understood, is crucial to the well-lived life. Take away work which engages your full attention, experience,and expertise and knowledge that you are engaged in something worth doing.
2) Retirement leads to physical deterioration.
The presentation of our laborless peers is very, very different. Having nothing better to do then contemplate physical infirmities and eternity, they are often peevish, selfish, with vistas narrowing, hope evaporating. It is easy to see why physical problems and limitations abound.
3) Retirement reduces your ability to help others.
Have people benefited from what you know and can do? Has the need for this knowledge and skill abated in any way? Or is it robust as ever? If the latter, then why (except for purely selfish reasons) would you ever want to stop helping? Stop transforming and Enlightening? It makes utterly no sense…no sense at all.
The best careers are always about the good you do to others. Retire and that important ability declines day by day painfully, inevitably.
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