Something to Think About

Often people see the success of others and think, “They are just lucky.” Obviously, the stone cutter didn’t break the rock through the shear strength of one hit, and you don’t reach a level of excellence through ‘luck’ without continuous due diligence and perseverance.

As one of my good friends says…
The harder I work, the luckier I get!!

So, hit that rock

Over. And Over. And Over Again.

Stay Focused…You CAN break the rock.

Cheers to your success!

Debt Free is Sexy!!

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Since starting my business, I have talked to a lot of people from all different walks of life. It has hit me hard realizing how many people out there are financially hurting. In fact, 2014 statistics say the average American family has $15,480.00 in credit card debt alone. Having stated that, my husband and I almost went bankrupt 7 years ago. Creditors kept giving us credit when we needed more and it turned into a snowball effect, borrowing from one credit card to pay the next one and having all those cards and loans becoming bigger and bigger and getting no where but further in debt. We had 3 children at home and I was a stay at home mom. Continue reading

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Having a career as a waitress for over 19 years took it’s toll on Cathy.

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“My last 10 years of waitressing, I had to work 6 days a week, many were double shifts, just to stay afloat. It was our only source of income after my husband was disabled in a car accident.”

Cathy had no savings or medical plan and the debt continued to accumulate every month.

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A Real Residual Income

Nicole had done several different types of home businesses with little or no success.

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“I always thought the next one would be the one that would help me to have a real way to be in business for myself right from home,” says Nicole. “All I wanted was to work from home so I could raise my children.”

After three failed attempts at Multi-Level Marketing companies and Party-Plan businesses, she vowed she would never try those types of businesses again. Continue reading