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The Law Of Compensation: For every gain, there is a loss… and for every loss there is a gain.

In order to recieve what we desire from the universe, we must be willing to trade something of ourselves. And when something is lost to us, there is an equivalent gain. 

It’s easy to focus on loss, yet there is always a gift inside what seems lost.
Find the gift… 

Business success is this concept in motion. We are trading our time and skills to serve others who value what we do enough to pay us.
They will come and go… the question is what is the gift they give us when they go? What do they require of us when they come in?

And… How can we grow no matter which way they flow?

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 ~ 1882) explains compensation in clear terms: “For everything you have missed, you have gained something else; and for everything you gain, you lose something else.” Again, in his journal dated January 8, 1826, he writes, “The whole of what we know is a system of compensations. Every defect in one manner is made up in another. Every suffering is rewarded; every sacrifice is made up; every debt is paid.”