The Internet Is a tool. How we use it is a choice. My friend loves tea, but she sells coffee. Read on to discover the lesson this holds for your online marketing endeavors.
I feel blessed and grateful to use the Internet in my online business. My appreciation for the comforts of working from home was strengthened after taking a job offline…
Time to quit? Some people quit. That’s what they do. For others, quitting is never an option. I would guess that, like me, you too have faced your share of life’s twists and turns and obstacles. That is a common challenge for many of us.
To quit or not to quit. How many times has that thought crossed your mind?
No one wants to hit their head against a stone wall. When things go wrong, as they sometimes will… how will you choose to respond? Winners don’t quit, but it is okay to change direction.
Online business owners are always looking for ways to build income streams and increase the bottom line. Who doesn’t want more income?
The common advice is to build multiple streams of income. At first glance that advice seems to make sense. But there are pitfalls. You will want to ensure that you are building income streams, not stumbling blocks.
The video at the end of this post gave me shivers.
We should all strive to achieve financial self-reliance. The importance of this came home to me in 2013 when headlines around the world claimed that U.S. politicians had mismanaged the social security trust fund. They had depleted all funds in the account. They could not pay the fortnightly pension installments unless the Treasury agreed to raise the debt ceiling.
I don’t live in the U.S. but I wanted to know how this could happen.