Time to make a New Year’s resolution?Posted: January 2, 2010
It’s time for many people to make new year resolutions, and alas for too many people 2010 may not be a happy new year.
According to a report in the last week in the Times, many thousands of people will have no pay rise to look forward to in the coming year, as a large number of private sector employers are planning pay freezes. And that’s the good news for those who have not been made redundant, or lost their jobs due to downsizing. Of course our hard up Government is planning a similar fate for public sector workers.
What are you planning to achieve in the coming year? I have already made plans for my businesses; for the part time business that I am involved in, I plan to double my income by the end of 2010. That will mean my monthly residual income from the business will more than cover my mortgage – and it will still be a part-time business.
I’m looking for new team members to join this growing business, based in the UK – so if you know any motivated individuals keen to assess an opportunity to grow their income by building an additional residual income stream, get them to check out http://www.abrighter.biz for more details and then contact me via that page.
This is a solid, get rich slow scheme that is working for many people in the UK, with the backing of a growing listed British plc. As you might expect of a company showing steady growth, pretty much everyone involved is happy, positive and helpful – reason enough to check it out.
Who do you know who is unemployed, looking for a job or just looking for something to help deliver their new year’s resolution of making 2010 much better for them than 2009 was?
It may be a mother looking for a flexible, part time way to earn some more money; a retired person keen to supplement their pension; perhaps a mature person who has been made redundant and is looking for an alternative rather than face a long, frustrating job search for a new position that will probably be less senior and less well paid than the one they left; or a student or graduate looking for a way to start building a regular income to help pay off debts while the job market gets back to normal over the coming months.
Suggest they take a look now at http://www.abrighter.biz – it might be something they’ll really thank you for.