The Ultimate, ?Must-Have? Home-Based Business for YOU
The Ultimate, "Must-Have" Home-Based Business for YOU a Underemployed, Unemployed, or Industrial Age Individual
Allow me to educate you on the issue of job security and paint you a picture of what the aftermath can be if you remain comfortable at your regular job. Job security is an old-fashioned term that claims the longer an employee worked for a particular company, the more precious that person became. The employee was once valuable to the company because they graduated from college, got a degree, and/or had determination for hard labor.
In the past, it was all right to become comfortable with your position. In today's society, being comfortable is the wrong thing to do and actually, it's a trap. This trap is the reason why people with college degrees are without jobs and the good workers are always the first ones released from a professional setting. I am a Housekeeper for the Home at Hearthstone, a nursing home in Cincinnati, Ohio. I work from 7 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. for $8.40 per hour. The wages that I make alone, tells you that I am working at a dead-end job and receiving paychecks that don't reflect a thorough performance. I am an underemployed 19 year old-male who attends college and makes good grades. Graduating from college might raise my income level slightly, but it will not secure me a job.
I am among millions of individuals who like their jobs and work very hard at their occupations. I am also among many Americans who believe that in order to maintain my job; I must show up to work everyday on time, listen to my supervisor and do a complete and thorough job. These three things combined will not keep you your job. If you continue to hold that belief, you'll find yourself in debt, have bad credit, and lose your house and other financial obscurities. Losing what you have worked hard for all your life is not a great feeling! What I am about to tell you is very important and will save you time or otherwise, reality will slap you in the face! Job Security has departed from this world permanently.
Knowing that job security is dead, what can YOU do to create a substantial income? YOU need to do two things:
First, decide that you want to work for yourself. Second, take the initiative to start your own business. Either you can work for someone else or you can work for yourself.
The second choice is better than the first one. At 16, I thought that I can do whatever I want on the job as long is my work is done. In other words, I like to do things my way. I continue to feel like that today in the workforce. When working for a corporate employer, you must follow job policy at all times. Conflict will arise when your rules don't match policy rules and you're in jeopardy of losing your quicker than you expected. If you hold similar beliefs such as mine, then a home-based business if for YOU, which leads to the biggest hurdle of the two steps, taking the initiative.
If you don't take the initiative to start your own business, then you're making a foolish decision. Millions of people are without jobs or working for awful wages. This is due to a bad economy. The government will continue to show their lack of sympathy by taking many taxes out of the checks of lower and middle class citizens, while the rich continue to get tax breaks. (There is a solution to that problem if you click on the link in the resource box and click on the Taxwayz link inside my website.) On August 25, 2004, I joined the Moneywayz program because my goal is to make more money with a home-based business within a few months than I make with my regular job in an entire year. Within minutes of reading the brochure, I decided to put my skepticism to the side and take a chance because if you do not take chances, your income will become stagnant and you will still be a subordinate to your supervisor. Can you afford to live without money?
If you plan to start a home-based business, but don't have an idea on exactly what you want to do, then the following may be the most important. Would you like to become a part of a business that provides you with power-packed tools to become a business success on the Internet? Would you like to join a business who believes, "The Greatest Music Is Money"? Would you like to end financial depression? If this is correct, then read on further to the resource box. Educate yourself and develop your skills so you can be a demand for financial success!
Paul Wilson II, a second-year college student, business owner will take you by the hand and paint YOU a picture of the exact results achieved with the Moneywayz program! Discover how you can achieve an explosive income with six profitable businesses, starting today: http://pwil.moneywayz.com/ FREE.
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