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Aim high, aim far, then one step at a time

Let’s see, it’s been more than four years since I left the workforce to stay home to look after my children. Now since my little munchkins (Princess and the Rock) are now four and two respectively, I feel I can invest some time in money making and merry making! :D

So I’ve been looking around for jobs that offers me freedom and flexibility in terms working hours. I talked to some people, did a fair bit research online and clicked on a few links; nothing seemed to resonate with me and it didn’t help that my inner voice was full of skepticism (especially with sales pitches offering 5-6 figure salary).

It was not until I spoke to my younger brother’s buddy that I decided to plunge into the world of internet marketing. Well, maybe not plunge, it was more like dipping my toes in, then very slowly easing into it. I told him honestly that I decided to take the step into thisbusiness because of him. Despite his youth, I found a lot of value in the things that he said and mind you, at no time was he selling anything to me!

The above words, said by him, stirred in me a great sense of excitement, yet a feeling of calmness, knowing that I can take one step at a time. Since my entry into this programmehe’s introduced me to, I have been bugging him with questions as there is just so much to learn and absorb. I have grown and I believe I will continue to grow in knowledge and confidence (and money too :) ) as I have found a great supportive leader.

You can too if you will take action now.

Watch this video to have your life changed!

Let's connect on my blog: http://www.empowernetwork.com/feliciatan/?id=feliciatan

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