Remember Hannibal in the A-Team? “I love it when a plan comes together“? Well, so do I. And just like the building of the Evergreen Line skytrain where I live, (photos I took during construction above, and now that it’s running, below, taken this morning), our new business is taking off like the proverbial rocket, with 20 excited salespeople signed up in the first month of operation alone.

Seven months of planning, investing, testing, evaluating, and preparing until we launched paid off and now there’s ongoing development and evolution since our launch just over a month ago. And, as usual, the smart “early adopters” are jumping aboard and taking full advantage of optimal timing.

Any new opportunity has a lifecycle of people joining the money train. First, we Innovated, then came the Early Adopters, who are joining us now. Next will come the Early Majority, then the Late Majority, and finally the Laggards. Most of the money, as always, is made by the Early Adopters, and secondarily by the Early Majority.

Mark Zuckerberg invited 5 people to his Harvard dorm room in 2004 to discuss a business opportunity. Only 2 people showed up and they got in – they joined Mark. Today those two people are billionaires. Dustin Moskowitz $6.5 billion and Eduardo Severin $3.4 billion. What a lesson for those 3 and all of us. Nothing is more expensive than a closed mind. Don’t stand in your own way.

Few start-ups reveal their opportunity as openly and early as we are doing, and that’s simply because our business model and expansion is based on leverage and collaboration. Together, we can do amazing things. As Zig Ziglar said, “You can get anything you want out of life if you’re prepared to help enough other people to get what they want.”

We invite you to check us out and talk to us about what opportunities are currently available to those who are interested in changing their financial futures. We are an incorporated, licensed, and insured Canadian business currently serving the US and Canada and preparing for international expansion.

Robin Elliott