Monday, August 8, 2011

There is a New Economy Emerging

The U.S. economy is changing. We are seeing a collapse of the old system and an emerging new system. Actually, it’s not a new system, it’s the foundational system of our country - entrepreneurship. The U.S. was founded on small business. People providing products and services to others for a profit. We’ve gotten away from that in the last decade and now we are paying the price for that mistake.

The good news is that small business can once again fuel the U.S.’s success. The new economy is a small business economy. Not the giant conglomerates that have controlled our economy for years - they are collapsing. We will go back to ingenuity and creativity. People will launch businesses from a bedroom in their home or the garage or basement. They will offer products and services that are superior to those offered by foreign countries. They will grow and employ others and contribute to the growth of our economy.

The question is, will you stay in the old failing economy, by working for someone else - a company that will likely fail at some point in the future or will you join the new economy and start you own business?

What type of business could you start? Well, think about what you love to do - is there some way you could turn that into a business? What are you talented at? Could you turn that into a business? Have you ever had an idea for a product or service? Take the risk and do it.

If none of those are true, you can join the 15 million others who are part of the network marketing industry. For a small investment, you can start a turn-key business that doesn’t require any previous experience. Anyone can do it and people from all walks of life, all age groups, both genders, and every ethnic group have enjoyed tremendous success in network marketing. In fact, many have become millionaires through this industry.

Haven’t ever heard of network marketing? Well, it’s nothing more than what all of us do naturally. We find products and services we like and tell others about them. It’s called word of mouth marketing. In the past, we never got paid for recommending movies, television shows, books, CD’s, cell phones, and restaurants. Today, we can refer great products and services and get paid to do it. In fact, we can get paid very handsomely.

Now, here’s the good news. Network marketing is recession-proof. In fact it’s one of the few industries that tends to thrive during down economic times. So, the next step is yours. Start a business based on what you love, your talents, or an idea you’ve had or jump into the network marketing industry with the rest of us. Come join the new economy and join those of us who are prospering in this down economy.

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