Start An Internet Business Now

It’s Time To Build And Protect Wealth

by Michael D. Hume, M.S.

There are several reasons now is the perfect time to start an internet business, or to migrate some/all of your brick-and-mortar business to the world of click-and-order.

First, the liberal government continues its desperate dash toward driving America to socialism. As long as they still have the upper hand, the environment for more passive investment will be bad, and trending worse. Most of the “smart money” will stay on the sidelines until President Obama and his liberal majorities in both houses of Congress have moved into history; their control of the House of Representatives ends in just a few days. Meanwhile, they continue their scorched-earth efforts by attempting to set up as many tax-and-spend edifices as they can for the new conservative House to have to dismantle, including a new effort to regulate the internet itself. Ultimately, most of these efforts will be reversible, and the current momentum is clearly in the direction of removing the collectivist/statists and installing new lawmakers who believe in the free market that made the U.S. economy great. Entrepreneurs with vision – those who take personal responsibility now to get themselves into business on the ‘net – will lead this reversal into happier economic times. You want to be part of this new wave of inspirational leadership.

The current political/economic environment also means things are changing in the world economy, and changing in big ways. There is a multi-trillion dollar wealth transfer already underway, and the money will move from the uninformed to the informed – from those who cling to old ways of doing business to those who get ahead of the curve and anticipate the changes. Getting smart about the changing global economy should be your top priority… the winners in the new economy will employ investment strategies your traditional advisors only wish they knew about. And those winners are on the move right now, creating income streams on the internet that can be protected from such old-paradigm dangers as layoffs and union/government takeovers.

Another reason to move now is that barriers to entry are still incredibly low. You can develop a strong, sophisticated internet business with a surprisingly low investment from your TEAM of personal resources: Time, Energy, Attention, and Money. Align your internet business with a strong platform, or community of like-minded entrepreneurs (I can recommend the best ones), and you’ll get the coaching and support you need to succeed. These days, the upside of an internet income stream is substantial, while the downside risk is minimal.

Think about it. You know things are changing; the old ways of creating wealth are going away, and they’re not coming back. Twenty years from now, the wealthy will be those who had the vision and personal responsibility to learn how to make the internet work for them.

Don’t get left behind.

 

 

Michael Hume is a speaker, writer, and consultant specializing in helping people maximize their potential and enjoy inspiring lives. As part of his inspirational leadership mission, he coaches executives and leaders in growing their personal sense of well-being through wealth creation and management, along with personal vitality.

Those with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to make money “one less thing to worry about” can learn more about working with Michael at http://oneyearplan.net/michaeldhume

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Michael and his wife, Kathryn, divide their time between homes in California and Colorado. They are very proud of their offspring, who grew up to include a homemaker, a rock star, a service talent, and a television expert. Two grandchildren also warm their hearts! Visit Michael’s web site at http://michaelhume.net

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