My Guilty Secret for doing The Challenge 2010 #tc10

I have a real confession to make for taking part in The Challenge 2010.

It’s not easy to say this because my real motivation for joining Internet Marketing isn’t a pure one. I have an embarrassing reason for doing all of this and I think I should come clean with my guilty secret.
Why am I telling you all this? Well I saw this reason for taking part in the Challenge forums and it inspired me to come out of the closet and just admit it …

I want to make enough money to help all mankind alleviate suffering and poverty….

My heart leapt when I read that line because ‘really’ at the end of all this, not The Challenge as such but it is an important stepping stone, I am trying to get to a position where I can actually pursue my disability.

I think I am suffering from a serious case of ‘philanthropy’…

But do you know what? – I think I am not the only one!

I think there are many others doing The Challenge 2010 that suffer from philanthropist tendencies too, even though they may not admit it openly, I can see the signs, honestly. The little tell-tale phrases I see in people’s reasons for this like …

… allow me to help others achieve their goals and materialize their most precious dreams …

… is a dead give away, and …

… and I want to see if I can share it ….

… and things like …

… so I can learn and give back to my community …

I am sorry to name and shame you guys but I think you will find more people suffering from this burden than you realise. I even think I am attracted to Ed Dale and his Team because I feel they suffer from these tendencies too.

So, there you go, the real reason behind me being here. I hope people do not consider me a worse person for it, or worse still to call me just ‘a dreamer’, but to just accept my burden, not to discriminate and treat me as normal.

I do hope to find others here that suffer from this condition and make friends with them, maybe we can find a way together to beat this condition and make a real change in the world.

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