Clans of long ago that wanted to get rid of their unwanted people without killing them used to burn their houses down – hence the expression, “to get fired.” With the way the economies of the world are going, it is wiser than ever to create an additional income and perhaps consider leaving your job. Why?
Imagine two trains moving away from each other at speed. The distance between them grows very fast. A lot of people who earn too little in their jobs (many have more than one job) to make ends meet are so exhausted at the end of the day that they don’t have time to even think of supplementing their income; they’re going backwards, fast. Their debts are rising as their hopes of ever breaking free from their financial manacles diminish by the day.
It would take 1,200,000 mosquitoes, all sucking at once, to drain the average human of blood. Those poor wage slaves feel like they’re slowly bleeding to death from a thousand cuts.
On the other hand, if you started with one penny and doubled your money every day, it would take just 27 days to become a millionaire. That is the power of leverage and collaboration in your own home based business – if you have the right one.
It’s sad to see the financial ship heading for the rocks and realize how few people are prepared. And it’s not only in the United States. In Canada, with our new, liberal/socialist government and the price of oil crashing, our dollar in freefall, and the global economy tanking, it’s time to start making money and making provision. Many will lose their jobs, taxes will increase, interest rates and prices will rise. It’s time to move fast and be proactive.
Ideally, you should start your own home based business as soon as possible while you still have a job. That way, you will be less stressed, more excited, and less desperate than if you quit your job, however if you don’t have a job or don’t have the time to start anything outside of work, you may consider making the move. The two systems I am recommending, however, take time to build income, so be aware of that.
Smart people “dig the well before they thirst.” They are like ants and squirrels, working hard in the summers to prepare for the winter. They’re like Gretzky, who said that he didn’t skate to where the puck was, but to where it was GOING TO BE.
Robin Elliott LeverageAdvantage.com