Are you working too hard, but earning too little?
5,000 people were surveyed and asked if they felt that they
were working too hard, but earning too
How would you answer that survey question?
Supplemental Income – Short Term Commitment
Career Change – Long Term Commitment
Gradual Transition to New Career – Short Term Probation – Long Term Commitment
Our Income Opportunities are in the following areas;
Available Work Categories
Admin/Clerical - Marketing/Management - Sales/Marketing
Executive Level - Entrepreneur/Business Owner
When you are an employee, your boss, his boss, his boss, and her boss, take 95% of every dollar of value you and every other employee create.
That is their right. They are the ones at risk. But you should try to earn a bigger % of the value you create.
Entrepreneurship and Ownership are the best ways to make money in today's world and to earn a bigger % of the value you create.
Being an Entrepreneur is the easiest and least costly entry point, but you must avoid the wrong assumptions most candidates make; assuming Entrepreneurs take a lot of risk. That is wrong, it is a myth.
Entrepreneurs don't take risk. They do the opposite, they avoid it.
The risk is the salaried employee in an economy with shrinking corporations, more outsourcing, more automation, who get their stable paycheck and every month risk being laid off or fired because they confuse stability with security.
"Effort only fully releases its reward after a person refuses to quit." ~ Napoleon Hill