Happy Monday to you all on DAY 1 of the Official Launch of SWOM.
I hope your Monday has started off with a bang! Here is a little tidbit I received in my inbox. You are welcome to share with others.
You may get a kick out of the following
message about playing golf. (If you don't golf, put in another activity that you enjoy!)
Call me and I will show you how I make my living from home and how you can too... my number is at the bottom of this email.
Back in 1923, who was the:
1. President of the largest steel company?
2. President of the largest gas company?
3. President of the New York Stoc'k Exchange?
4. Greatest wheat speculator?
5. President of the Bank of International Settlement?
6. Great Bear of Wall Street?
Back in 1923, these six men were considered some of the world's most successful of their day.
What ultimately became of them?
1. Charles M. Schwab, the president of the largest steel company (Bethlehem Steel), died a pauper.
2. Edward Hopson, the president of the largest gas company, went insane.
3. Richard Whitney, the president of the New York Stoc'k Exchange, was released from prison to die at home.
4. Arthur Cooger, the greatest wheat speculator, died abroad, penniless.
5. The president of the Bank of International Settlement, shot himself.
6. Cosabee Livermore, the Great Bear of Wall Street, also committed suicide.
HOWEVER . . . In the same year, 1923, a man named Gene Sarazen was the PGA Golf Champion and the win'ner of the most important golf tournament in the country,
The U.S. Open.
What became of Gene Sarazen?
Gene played golf until he was 92.
He died in 1999 at the age of 95.
He was financially secure at the time of his death.
Screw work. Play golf. You'll live longer and be better off in the end.
There is a time for everything. Is it time to change what you do?
We Can Make It Happen Together,
Jim Allen III
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