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Network Marketing Tip On Passion

Published on 1/28/2016
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Network marketing tip on passion is that you must have it or else you are lost. Michael Phelps would practice day and night for the Olympics whether he felt like it or not, Arnold Schwarzenegger would lift weights at 4 am in the morning and Ruben Gonzalez started skiing on the louge at age 20 in Lake Placid despite the coaches telling him that he is too old.

Over the years I have performed many times as a singer 
and musician, both as a soloist and with many groups, 
and in both live concerts and in recording studios. A 
good performance should be uplifting to the soul and 
emotions, and elevate the listeners to higher state of 

Are You curious? Which do You think I found easier to 
give a good performance - in a live concert or in a 
recording session?

The risk of a live concert is that many of the 
listeners will form their first impression, and perhaps 
their last impression, of my abilities based on that 
singular performance. There are no do-overs.

In a studio, we can record many “takes” until we are 
satisfied with one. We can record several takes on 
different tracks, and compare them. We can even grab 
parts from different tracks and mix them down to a new 
track. We can add analog and digital enhancements to 
the sound.

So, which do You guess I found easier? The answer may 
surprise You.

The live performance is definitely easier. Why?

There is a Dialogue of Energy with a live audience. The 
audience lends Emotional, Spiritual and Mental Energy 
to the performer - and the performer gives it back with 
multiplied force.

It’s like a baseball batter hitting a home run. Much of 
the energy needed to drive the ball out of the park 
comes from the pitcher. There is a Dialogue of Energy.

Consider this... You are scheduled to do a live 
performance this evening, but You are having a really 
tough day. By the time You arrive at the venue, You are 
not in the best of moods.

But when the announcer introduces You and You step onto 
the stage, the audience applauds and immediately lifts 
Your spirits.

Now, imagine the same scenario with a studio session. 
Your only external source of energy is the recording 
engineer. Not many of these folks resonate with a high 
level of Spiritual Energy.

My good friend and creative partner, singer-songwriter 
Jasper James, and I were blessed. We recorded many 
tracks together in the 1980's. While one performed, the 
other was at the recording controls - and we were both 
passionate musicians. We had a good Dialogue of Energy.

The most powerful Force in the Universe is the Energy 
of Creation, the source of the “Big Bang”. Pure, 
undiluted Spiritual Love transmuted itself into the 
vibrations that formed the hydrogen atoms which became 

The Creator bequeathed that amazing Force to all living 
things in the form of the Prime Imperative to 

Made in the Image of our Creator, we have the same 
ability to transmute that force and initiate grand 
Dialogues of Energy.

Your Friend and Servant,

Ken Klemm

P.S. Live, Laugh and Love. The destination is not 
important. What matters is the journey.

 Now like in the song "What a Feeling" Its time to use this network marketing tip and take your passion and make it happen!!


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