Sunday, October 26, 2008

Is ZenZuu Willable?

I want to talk about tranferable wealth. There is not a lot of things of value that average people can transfer or will to their loved ones. If you work at a job or career for 20 or 30 years of your life, which is harder and harder to do with each passing year, you might be lucky enough to end up with a pension. But is that pension enough for you to live on? Or better yet can you will your loved ones that pension so that when your gone, they can enjoy the fruits of your labor? We all know the answer to that.

What about a business? You can will a business and pass it on, but what about growth? Will that business continue to grow after you're gone? Will the business continue to grow and grow without you or your loved ones doing anything else? Will your loved ones be as business savvy as you were in building and maintaining their inherintance?   It could happen or it might not.

Enter ZenZuu and social networking as a free business. What other business or entity that we know of in existence that grows faster than a social network? You may know of something else, but personally I do not. I also don't know of to many social networks that are sharing 80% of the advertising revenue with it's free active members or having members step up to do informative calls and help other members without direct pay from the social network like the ZenZuu membership. 

Global conferences held several times a year that are free to attend so that you actually get to meet other members face to face, is another mildstone in social networking. After all is said and done,  you have shared the ZenZuu experience for free with others, and have meet people from around the world personally from your extended ZenZuu family, you get to will it all! Your personally sponsored members have told people they know and so on and so on until their are thousands of people in your ZenZuu organization. This is something that just grows and grows long after you stop. The fruits of your labor can be enjoyed by generations.