Work-From-Home Business Opportunity Teaches You How To Become An Internet Entrepreneur

Work-From-Home Business Opportunity Teaches You How To Become An Internet Entrepreneur

Dear Family & Friends,

Has anyone ever taught you how to succeed in life? Did any of your teachers in high school or college show you how to turn your mind and your actions into wealth?

… or into happiness?

… or into fulfillment?

…or into doing good for others?

To be honest, we’re not empowered with the skills to make our dreams come true. We are not taught how to succeed in life. We’re told to go to school and find a job. We are educated on certain subjects in the classroom, but not shown how to rely on ourselves. We learn about history or language or art, but we are not taught how to believe in ourselves and persevere.

5 Ways To Make Real Money Online
OR —
Start Your Own Internet Business From Home
in 5 Easy Steps

The truth is we are taught skills that directly work against us. We’re taught to live life in a way that nearly guarantees we’ll never make our own dreams come true. By getting a job or making a career for ourselves, we actually end up spending our lives making the dreams of other people come true!

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How To Create The Life You Want And Make Real Money Online

How To Create The Life You Want And Make Real Money Online

Dear Family & Friends,

We dream of making more money.  As long as we are working for someone else, the week is too long and the paycheck is too short. Someone else is calling the shots and limiting our income. Someone else is controlling our schedule and deciding when we can have time off. And someone else is building their dream off of our knowledge and our hard work, and reaping the benefits and profits for their own business.

How do you turn that around? How can you be your own boss and work from home? Stop trading your hours for dollars and start trading ideas for millions. You can start an internet business from home by making the decision to go in that direction and then start making the necessary steps to create the life you want and make money for your dreams.

Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur?
How to quit your job and travel the world
starts by making your decision to do it!

The transition starts the moment you make that decision. Decide to make a change and start living up to your full potential. Decide you are no longer willing to sacrifice your time to build up someone else’s business and make them rich. Be confident in your choice and then you can start taking the next steps to create the life you want and make real money online.

But how do you quit your job AND make money? How can you earn money to support yourself and create the life you want at the same time?

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Should I Co Sleep With My Baby: Benefits & Dangers

Should I Co Sleep With My Baby: Benefits & Dangers

Dear Family & Friends,

“Does your daughter sleep through the night?  You know, it might be time for her to sleep in her own bed. Why did you even buy a crib if you weren’t going to use it?” Robin was listening to her mother complain about where her grandbaby should be sleeping.

“No, I don’t know that,” Robin replied. “We’re still breastfeeding and it’s fine for Crystina to be sleeping with us. We will use the crib when we’re ready.”

Bed Sharing With Baby; Co Sleeping with Infants
OR —
Parents Sleeping With Children

Robin believed breastfeeding and co-sleeping is how to bond with your baby. She loved bonding with her baby and she knew co-sleeping made it easier to establish and maintain a successful breastfeeding relationship. Her mother didn’t breastfed any of her babies, so she didn’t understand how important this was to Robin.

Natalie was very vocal about her opinions. She believed there was a real danger of a mother rolling over and smothering her tiny infant, or that her Crystina is vulnerable to SIDS because they are co-sleeping, when doctors don’t even know the actual cause of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

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Waiting On A Kiss Good Night From Someone You Love

Waiting On A Kiss Good Night From Someone You Love

Dear Family & Friends,

Cathy was up early before the kids to have a little time to herself and enjoy her coffee. In a matter of minutes, her peace would be interrupted by one or all of the children, followed by her husband.

Chris was a good provider, a hard worker in a physically demanding job, and the kind of man Cathy knew she could always rely on. He was a loving husband and a devoted father who also spent time on the weekends helping his elderly parents around the house. But lately, Cathy was feeling distance growing between them.

Can You Change Someone Else?
OR  —
Be The Change You Wish To See

She didn’t understand why Chris was not more supportive. They agreed before the kids were born that Cathy would stay at home with the kids. Unfortunately, money became tight and they started looking for ways to make extra money. Cathy found a job she could do at home and diligently put in the hours to  generate some extra income. Instead of being proud of her, Chris seemed more annoyed as time went by.

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When She Drinks Too Much: How To Deal With A Drunk Mother In Law

When She Drinks Too Much: How To Deal With A Drunk Mother In Law

Dear Family & Friends,

Daniel didn’t want to be deployed away from his family anymore and miss his children growing up, so he retired from military service. The couple moved back to Daniel’s home town. He was working with his dad again until he could find a steady job.

Michelle called me up and told me what was happening, “I have the world’s worst monster-in-law! When we go to visit, she starts drinking early in the morning and doesn’t stop until she passes out in the evening.”

How To Deal With A Difficult Mother In Law
OR —
How To Deal With Your Mother In Law

“Keep in mind, while this is going on, she’s telling me how to be a mother and trying to take my daughter out of my arms (even if I’m nursing!). I love my husband and I want to be able to tolerate his mother so there isn’t a strain. How do I deal with her constant negative comments and drinking?”

Daniel’s parents, Dorothy and Jack, had been married for years… nobody really knew how long. Nobody really knew why. They bickered at one another constantly, they certainly didn’t seem happy. They both drank ridiculous amounts of alcohol when they weren’t working, and just seemed to be living their life in a drunken haze.

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An Every Day Survival Guide: How To Stop Stressing

An Every Day Survival Guide: How To Stop Stressing

Dear Family & Friends,

“How do I stop stressing over everything?” Rosemary asked me. Rosemary is working from home and studying for classes, so she needs to be on the computer a lot. Plus, she is mom to a two-year-old boy who wants to play all the time… you know the type, boundless energy!

She would love to spend more time with him, but she is also planning to move in a few weeks and trying to pack up boxes on top of her heavy schedule. Feeling overwhelmed and stressing about all her worries, Rosemary was on the brink of crying, “I don’t know what to do to take care of him and get my work done, too.”

Simple techniques
When you are stressing too much
— OR —
When you are feeling low
in every day life

We got out some pots and pans on the kitchen floor and let her son pretend to cook with some wooden spoons. First of all, I told her, just breathe. Take a moment to catch your breath. Your cells in your body need oxygen and when you stop to take a few deep breaths, it really does wonders for your body and your brain.

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Does Everyone Find Love? Is There Someone For Me?

Does Everyone Find Love? Is There Someone For Me?

Dear Family & Friends,

Some of us make friends easily and some of us are more reserved and on the quiet side. Finding friends and making friends becomes a chore instead of something that excites us and encourages us and elevates us to another level of happiness we didn’t know we needed until we found it.

That’s what happened to Thomas. He went through high school without a serious girlfriend. He loved from afar because his love interests always seemed to be out of reach. He began to doubt himself and wondered, does everyone find love?

Finding Someone To Love
OR —
How To Be Open To New Relationships

Thomas was attending college and began working a part-time job. He wanted to date, but never found the right time to ask a girl out. Days turned into weeks, and weeks into months, and he realized he was especially attracted to one of his co-workers.

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Starting My Online Business – And You Can Do It, Too!

Starting My Online Business – And You Can Do It, Too!

Dear Family & Friends,

Once upon a time it was common for wives to stay home with their young children while their husbands went to work all day long to pay the bills. It doesn’t really work that way anymore. It’s a big financial struggle for families to get by month after month on one income. Today, both parents need to work to provide for their families. I know there are a lot of stay-at-home moms who are wishing for a real internet business where they can work from home.

Wishing For A Better Way To Pay The Bills?
— OR —
How To Start Your Own Online Business

It is important for them to have a flexible schedule. Mothers want their families to be a priority but they still want to work and earn an income to contribute to the family budget. Let me tell you about a real online work opportunity that anyone can afford, and anyone can do.

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Just Living To Winning: Be Brave & Happy

Just Living To Winning: Be Brave & Happy

Dear Family & Friends,

I went to pick up my 3-year old son from his dad’s house after work. Once upon a time we were married and raising our happy family together, but now we couldn’t agree on anything. Rules were so different at each house, it was so bizarre.

How To Deal With Difficult People
— OR —
With A Difficult Situation

For some reason, they were arguing when I arrived. His father was overreacting and yelling at our little boy by the time I walked up to the porch. I didn’t know what the problem was, but as my son walked past me and towards the car, I could see the anger rise up in him. His little hands turned to fists and his shoulders arched up high. He turned around and pointed at his dad, “I’m not the jerk! You’re the jerk!”

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