Archive for June, 2011
Many people when they look for a self-employment opportunity approach it with the same attitude and standards as working outside the home. That is – they search for linear working relationships. The problem with linear income is there is a limit on what you can earn.
A classic example of a work at home linear income job is, you sell something to one person, get paid and then look for another person to sell to. By doing this you are putting yourself in the same economic trap that you were originally trying to free yourself from.
Very few people can obtain wealth with a linear income especially if you work from home. Even if you do make a lot of money you have to work longer hours, take on extra responsibility and be prepared for financial liability.
Instead of looking for opportunities where you are paid once for a task you do look for work at home opportunities that allow you to build residual or passive income. In other words find opportunities that pay for a task you did.
Smart people, wealthy people, people who are rarely affected by a weak economy look for opportunities that will generate a recurring, long term income, while they sleep, while they are on vacation, even when they retire.
These types of work at home jobs do not build themselves overnight. They take some initial effort to set up but require little maintenance after. The flexibility is incredible. Our Xocai business is one such opportunity. To learn more, and start building your own residual income contact us from our www.ilovehealthychocolate.com website.
Cancer of the skin is the most common of all cancers in the United States, and more than one million cases of non-melanoma skin cancers are diagnosed in the US each year. Chances are you know someone who is or has been affected. A few years ago a study from German Researchers found that a group of women conusuming a high flavanol cocoa beverage showed SIGNIFICANT improvements in skin sensitivity to UV irradiation, skin structure and textures, skin blood flow and hydration. They also found that skin cell DNA was protected through cell signaling mechanisms brought on by the presence of flavanols.
In addition a 2006 study in the European Journal of Nutrition found that a single serving of flavanol-rich cocoa acutely increased blood flow and oxygen saturation in the derma layer of the skin, nearly doubled by a single dose!
Do yourself and those you care about a favor and check out our website www.ilovehealthychocolate.com to learn how you can start consuming the only patented cold-pressed chocolate on the market, Xocai. Three pieces consumed throughout the day offer a rich assortment of available flavanols to your body in a most delicious and convenient way.