Saturday 15 July 2017

Network Marketing Mistakes Over the years I have spoken so many people that are involved in MLM that say they should have joined the industry years earlier when they saw the business first. Their reasons for not joining the industry are mainly the same; their failure to make that decision was down to 3 major factors. • They were given wrong or not enough information to make their own educated decision. • They allowed past experiences to affect their judgement. • They took advice from people that knew nothing about the industry. When looking at Network Marketing it is important to get all the facts, make your own educated decision without being influenced by people that know nothing about the industry and don’t let previous bad experiences affect your judgement Find out more

Saturday 1 July 2017

3 Ways to make money working from home

Our work from home opportunity allows you to make money in three different ways. ​ Online with Social Media Home Shopping Catalogues Network Marketing ​​ You can choose which method suits you best but if you decide to use all three methods together you can generate a life changing income from this work from home opportunity. We have combined the three fastest growing areas of business today into one work from home opportunity which has seen massive growth over the past 2 years and has started its expansion world wide with the launch into Spain in 2016 and another 5 countries to follow soon.

Wednesday 4 May 2011

Launch of Home Shopping Ireland

Springfield House Hotel, Leixlip,Co Kildare,Ireland

Saturday 7th May Home Shopping Launch, Questions and answers and Training. 1.30 start

Sunday 8th May Millionaires training, Guest speakers Bob Webb, Gavin Scott and Nuala Mc Donald 12.30 start

Dress code Smart Casual. Distributors €12 and guests are free.€10 weekend ticket.

Flyers to promote Home Shopping Draw available on the day €8 per 1000 or 5000 for €30

Please reply if you are attending

Monday 11 January 2010

Goal Setting

What sets those people who achieve their goals apart from those who don’t? The clue is actually in the question – it’s having a goal.

“When people tell us that their business isn’t moving forward as fast as they would like it to or that they are frustrated with their progress, our question back is always ‘what are your goals for the next 12 months?’ We are astounded how often people reply that they do not have any goals, do not know how to set them or are afraid of failure.

Quite simply, successful goal setting is – in our opinion – the one thing that more than anything else turned our lives and our business around. It’s simply too important not to do it.

The best goal-setting exercise we have ever found is the one in Jim Rohn’s excellent book, 7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness. We had never set proper goals, but this book taught us how. It shows that the key is to make a long list of everything you aspire to – at least 50 things to start with.

What do I want to have?
What do I want to see?
Where do I want to go?
What would I like to share?
What do I want to do?
What do I want to be?

With these half-dozen queries in mind, answer the primary question: What do I want within the next one to ten years? Don’t try to be too detailed now, this will come later. If you want a grey Mercedes 380SL with blue interior, just write ‘380’ and move onto the next item.

After you have completed your list, write alongside each thing the number of years you want to achieve it in – one, three, five or ten. Then check your goals are in balance. Too many one year goals means that you are not thinking big enough, while too many ten year goals is probably a sign that you don’t want to get to work today!

The next step is to choose four goals from each timeframe and then write a detailed description of that goal, followed by a paragraph of what it will be like when you achieve it and why you want to. If you find you cannot do this for any particular goal, this indicates that it is not a true goal for you.

For More on goal setting go to How to set and achieve Goals

Monday 4 January 2010

82% rise in insolvency cases in 2009

A similar rate of business closures is forecast for this year.

The new figures show that an average of four companies went out of business every day last year.

The data - compiled by - showed that the services and hospitalities sectors experienced over 400 insolvencies.

123 companies in manufacturing failed, while 58 businesses in the motor trade went bust.

O'Briens Sandwich shops and Budget Travel were among the high profile casualties.

More and more people are now turning to running businesses from home as a way to cut their expenses.

Wednesday 16 December 2009

Seven Reasons

7 reasons why start a Kleeneze Business:

1. Become self employed
2. Join a successful brand
3. Leading growth sector
4. Fast start up business
5. Low capital investment
6. High referral business
7. Not dependent on skilled staff

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Thursday 10 December 2009

A second stream of income

Over the last decade and more, Fianna Fail-led governments reduced much of that population to a pathetic state of infantilism. We were encouraged to think that good things would fall upon us from above, like coconuts in the South Seas. Can we take cold reality? Maybe we can. It was a Fianna Fail Finance Minister Ray MacSharry who pulled us out of a somewhat similar crisis two decades ago. At first he was derided as Mac the Knife, but quite soon he achieved the status of a hero.

Our position now is worse in a number of ways.

Since independence, we have seldom, if ever, lived under a government so lacking in authority.

We will find out soon enough whether it has the courage to face down the coming protests and threats of social unrest. A firm stand would work wonders. Capitulation would be calamitous for the Government and the country.

But even the best-case scenario -- an orderly, determined and trouble-free implementation of the Government's policies -- would hardly suffice to save Fianna Fail or the Greens at the General Election, which, most likely, will come within a year.

Assuming that the Government then falls, Brian Cowen will have to resign. Lenihan's prospects of succeeding him as Taoiseach will depend in large part on the public reaction to Budget 2010.

He may get little thanks for his plain speaking from voters who have grown too comfortable with political oratory of the opposite kind. At the same time, he may have alienated people of a different mindset with the "inspirational" parts of his speech.

Yesterday he told us that "the worst is over".

How can he be right? At one level, every observer expects more pain in Budgets yet to come. At another, he talked about signs of economic recovery in a manner both overly optimistic and evidently based on figures collected over a very short period -- and ignored the troubles, very similar to our own, in our most important export market, Britain.

At the end of the day, it is time to realise that we can not rely on the government, unions and employers. If we wish to prosper we need to take control of our futures. One such way is starting our own second stream of income.We need to think and work outside the box "One persons recession is another's opportunity".One solution is to start a part time Home based business.

Millions of people worldwide are making secondary incomes on ebay,youtube,blogs and Kleeneze