The Tale of the Fox and the Stork
A fox had asked a stork to be his guest. He provided lovely food, but only on very flat plates so that the stork with its long bill couldn’t eat a crumb. Greedily the fox ate all himself, but kept asking the stork to help himself with the delicious food.
The stork felt betrayed, but he stayed and praised the exceptional hospitality. The next day he asked his friend to come to dinner. The fox had a feeling that the stork would take a revenge and declined the invitation. However the stork kept asking him so eventually the fox agreed to come.
When he arrived at the stork’s place he found all sorts of delicate food All was served in long slim crockery. “Help yourself as I do” said the stork, “feel entirely at home” and continued eating everything by himself, whilst the fox was annoyingly condemned to just smell and lick the outside of the crockery.
Hungry he got up from the meal and admitted that the stork had given him an adequate revenge for his wantonness.
Fact is: Don’t do anything onto others which you don’t want to be done to yourself.
When you look round and see what is going on online and at the kind of offers you see it is not surprising to see the rate of failures of well intended people who want to build a successful business online.
This is not only restricted to the internet it happens in real life on a daily basis as well.
In the long run, if you want to achieve success in network marketing you need to go for the ethical thing, so that your work is not in vain and you will be able to retire on what you have built.
To Your Ethical Success
A Mentor With A Servant’s Heart