Heads I Win, Tails You Lose, Trying To Get Ahead In Corporate America

Jay Bartels
 


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We've all heard the phrase the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. Most of us don't stand a chance of keeping a corporate job, or any job for that matter, until we retire. Sorry, no gold watch and no retirement fund. But not to worry, you can still count on your social security check, assuming we still have that option when our tome comes.

It's a no win situation, heads they win and tails you lose. Don't think that you are any different then the rest of us, we are all in the same boat, heading up the river without a paddle.

Fear not my friend, I shall lead youfrom your bondage and take you on a journey to a brave new world. A place where people get paid twice as much money if they do twice as much work. A land of opportunity, where you will retire young and always provide for your families needs and still have enough left over to provide for your families wants. Your own business; the more you put into it the more you profit from it. Soon others will be working for you, building their own nest eggs.

In the beginning we take on this process part time. We work full time at our job for our wages, and part time at home working on our fortune. In a year or so we leave our job and start working full time on our fortune. Doesn't that sound great, waking up each day whenever we want, and go to work for ourselves working on our fortune. This is being done right now by thousands of people, making millions of dollars. It's called residual income. Let's use the health care industry as an example. If you sell a dental plan and the product has a good retention level, then that person will keep that plan month after month, and year after year. You will continue to be paid a commission on that plan month after month, and year after year as well. Do the job right once and get paid on it time and time again. There are a few reputable companies out there making a lot of people a lot of money. I know of one company off hand that are seeking 2,000 more people to train for top level positions due to their large expansion. These are people from all walks of lives, so the opportunity is out there. Wouldn't it be nice to look in your mirror one morning, and see your boss smiling back at you? You have to love that!

Jay Bartels is considered to be a highly respected source in the Home Business Industry. Jay left his job in corporate America and now works full time from his home. He is a single father raising two precious daughters. Visit Jay at JAYS PLAN Feel free to e-mail jay at BOCABOYJAY@aol.com

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