Occupy Wall Street, or Join the 1%?
The new protest movement, Occupy Wall Street, is spreading across the U.S. and now to Europe. Right, or wrong, and regardless of the politics of it all, there is no denying that income inequality here in the U.S. is at it’s widest in some time. Career opportunities for recent college graduates, job openings for the long term unemployed and experienced professionals, are all at all times lows.
How are you doing? As an employee, you are likely doing the work of several laid off co-workers, you haven’t had a raise in a decade, and you fear that you’re the next to be shown the door. Not a pleasant way to spend your week! Joining the ranks of the top 1% of wage earners, about $450,000/ year, seems an impossible goal under these circumstances.
With the current economy the way it is, and will be, for some time to come, how can you improve your financial circumstances? Another job won’t do it. Another career is unlikely, especially if you are over 40, or still paying off your student loans. Franchises opportunities are still available, but do you have the six figures worth of start up capital that so many of them require? No? I’m sorry for the discouraging questions, but change doesn’t happen before an inventory of our personal situation can show where we need the most help.
So, let’s imagine that you want to improve your financial life for yourself and your family. Let’s imagine that you really, no, really(!) want to improve your financial life, but you are stretched for funds, or have little time to spare. How do you change your life for the better?
First, do something different. Anything. Prove to yourself that you can embrace change. Then, look outside of jobs or career improvement for opportunities that can support your financial goals. And, not your current goals, but the goals you had when you believed in yourself and the possibility of accomplishing anything you set your mind to accomplish. Those goals, the ones that you dropped in favor of the responsibilities that you took on, the ones that led you to where you are today.
Now, take a look, with fresh eyes, at opportunities that will support your current financial needs. Opportunities that will support your desire to be more comfortable, more secure, the ones that will permit you to spend more time doing what you want.
That narrows the field to just a couple of legitimate opportunities in what I call an “Everyperson’s Franchise”, network marketing. Especially in the rapidly growing health and wellness market. And, certainly the Baby Boomer segment.
With a good plan, sincere effort, and dedication to your new business, you can earn $1,000 to $1,500 in your first month, and rapidly grow to $4,500 to $6,500 in six to nine months, all while earning bonuses for achieving success in your chosen program. Within twelve to fifteen months, you can earn an additional $100,000 in bonuses alone!
This path to financial security does not come without effort, but it does come to those who are willing to make the effort. Is that you? Can you believe in yourself enough to overcome whatever doubt you may have? Can you overcome whatever negative comments that will be sent your way? Are you willing to learn new things to help others, and work with others to help them to achieve?
Genuine yes answers to the above indicate that you may be right for what is available in the network marketing field.
Take the next step and and get the video that will explain to you all you need to know to decide for yourself if a health and wellness network marketing business is for you.
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About the Author
Ken Duggan is dedicated to offering secure, entrepreneurial career alternatives for motivated people. Create a financially secure, abundant and healthier life for yourself and your family by building a network marketing business rapidly, using the most effective offline and online marketing strategies available. Visit my site, now, to learn more!
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