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Friday, February 14, 2014

Can a $25 Dollar Blogging Procduct Make You Rich

You may be successful in your current business, product, or service  but can the people you want to recruit come up with the money they need to start a business? The reason I started this blogging system was because it was only $25 to start. Why not create another income? click the link to watch the video

I wanted to work from home and start a second income in order to help my family, like most people that start working from home do. I started with a company because my friend invited me to a presentation.  It was a lot of energy and I was excited about working from home. I tried to introduce it to my family and friends but they could not see themselves with the product or working for themselves. A simple solution would be to find new friends, however, at the time I was in college and I was not focused or committed. Now I know the skill to attract people to me.

Let's fast forward a few years.  I am married with three kids, a house, three cars, and oh yeah, a dog.  There are numerous expenses that come along with having a family.  My kids play sports, the house and cars are always in need of some type of maintenance and what parent doesn't want to take their kids to Disney or other vacation spots? So I found a great product that I knew people could use but I needed to find a better way to promote it.  I wanted to be chased and not chase people to join my business. I purchased a few books and started to learn my business.  What I found out is that your true business lies within you.  It's all about personal development. I recommend you listen to Jim Rohn "Building Your Networking Business".   It was great.

With this $25 product you can log on or dial in on Mondays and listen to people who are successful in marketing their businesses and they share their techniques.  They tell their story and share the books they have read and all you have to do is take action. I am now focused and committed to myself, my family, and the people I teach. I enjoy helping others and watching them grow and believe in themselves.


Raymond Richard

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