Let me ask you a few questions about which you might think seriously:
* How do you feel about retiring at 70 years of age?
* Would you like to do something different in life?
* Life’s not forever. What would you really like to do?
* How many more days can you put up with commuting?
* Would it be okay if you never had to go to work again?
* Do you get to choose the days you want to work?
* How does a five-day weekend sound to you?
* What will you do if you don’t join my opportunity?
* If you had better health, what would life be like?
If you are like me, you probably could do with more money to cover your bills, pay off your mortgage and car loan, set yourself up with a few good investments and be less stressed about your economic security.
Maybe more free time would be good too. No point having money and not be able to spend it, go on vacations and enjoy life more. And obviously you need to maintain your health through the years and be fit enough to really embrace the above benefits.
Some people have found a way to earn a second income while working part-time.
Let me tell you a story.
A man was sitting at his desk at work and his boss tapped him on the shoulder and said, “I need to speak with you because I have some bad news and some good news. Which do you want first?”
The man asked what was the bad news?
His boss said that their company had lost a lot of their clients to a Chinese competitor and that they had to lay off a lot of their staff. He was fired.
The news hit the man hard. How would he tell his wife and family that his job was gone? How would he make his house, car and credit card payments now? Could he get another job quickly?
What’s the good news he asked his boss?
Well. You can have the afternoon off, he was told.
The man began to sink into the realization of being unemployed and begged his boss to keep him on. Is there anything you can offer me, anything you can do so I can stay?
The boss thought for a while and said, “Well if you are prepared to work an extra hour overtime every day from Monday to Friday for free, we could keep you on. And if you do this consistently for two years, then you can retire on full pay.”
The man immediately agreed. What a deal. Not only was an hour a day for free no big deal but retiring in just 2 years on full pay would be a terrific goal.
So he starts this new work pattern and after 6 months his friends start giving him a hard time. They tell him to get a job where he is paid for his work and he could earn more money. He could also come to the pub again and spend time relaxing.
The man ignores them. He tells them that he only has 18 months to go before he can retire on full pay and he is not going to stop now.
Time passes. Then the man’s wife starts complaining that he’s never home for dinner and doesn’t spend time with the family and that he should quit and get another job with less hours and no need to work for an hour a day with no pay.
The man says “No way. I only have 6 months more to go and I’ll retire on full pay. I’m not quitting now.”
Unfortunately, we don’t all get this offer from our bosses and so we work for as long as we get paid and forget about retiring with the security of on-going income at full pay. However, some people have discovered a way to work an hour a day, Monday to Friday and earn enough in two years to retire of full pay.
If you want to know more, please contact me and I’ll help you discover how much fun this can be.
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