Can Earn 5-Figure Part-Time Incomes
while working from home … and how you can, too!
I recently saw a TedX video titled An Honest Look at the Personal Financial Crisis presented by Elizabeth White, which literally brought tears to my eyes.
The video was not only sobering because of the painful truths Elizabeth White spoke of, but also because it underscores the harsh financial reality faced by almost every baby boomer and senior I know.
Before I tell you Elizabeth’s story, and the personal financial crisis facing people ages 50 and up, I want to reassure you that there’s a silver lining at the end of this article — a brilliant solution that could take you out of a hopeless situation and set you on the path to financial freedom in as little as one week.
As you read the story of Elizabeth below, I’m betting that most, if not all, of her experiences will sound painfully familiar.
Elizabeth White is a 55-year-old woman, graduate of Harvard Business School, who was earning a good living for much of her career.Just like friends her age, when times were good, she had not saved or invested 15%-20% of her income in order to maintain a decent standard of living at retirement. To add to that, over the last couple of decades, everyone was dealing with flat and falling wages … disappearing pensions … and exorbitant cost of housing, health care and education.
Then, the economic meltdown of 2008 happened — and boomers not only had to deal with their underfunded retirement, but they also had to draw down their 401(k) plan to cover the shortfall on a parent’s nursing home care (or unbudgeted emergencies), pay for their kid’s tuition … or just to survive.
That’s when Elizabeth, and practically everyone her age, experienced a downward mobility in their finances.
They were just one job loss … illness … or divorce away from going broke.
They may not have hit rock bottom yet — but rock bottom was about to become real for the first time. They were barely scraping by financially … and were approaching their retirement years with empty pockets and declining choices to earn a living. They were facing a life wherein they would have to keep working well into their senior years just to pay rent, put food on the table, or just … live.
Elizabeth got really good at what she calls “faking normal” — that is, giving the outward appearance that she was still doing well — even though she was barely scraping by financially.
Inside, she was hurting, and worse of all, she could find no way out of her financial dilemma — especially at her age.
This begs the question: If a bright, promising woman who graduated from Harvard Business School is facing such dire financial circumstances — what chance does the average baby boomer and senior have to rise above such a financial crisis?
The sobering fact is that millions of baby boomers like Elizabeth are facing the bleakest and most terrifying and stressful times of their lives — even as they creep towards retirement age when they’re supposed to enjoy comfortable, carefree living.
A friend of mine tearfully told me that he had already saved up $1 million in his 401(k) retirement account prior to 2008 — but those funds have quickly dwindled down to nothing, and now, he has to scramble to find work to support his family … at the age of 68.
The fact that robots and artificial intelligence are now taking over a huge percentage of today’s jobs makes the job outlook even more dismal. Robots are wiping out entry-level jobs at McDonald’s and fast-food chains, and even jobs like Walmart greeters which have usually been filled by seniors.
When choices for earning a living become slim for baby boomers, they invariably start to wonder whether they should consider an online business. I’m sure you’ve quietly contemplated the idea of making money through a Web-based business. You’ve probably heard that tens of thousands of people are making a good living, or even earning an obscene amount of money via their own online store.
But if you’re like most people, you probably don’t know how to start … what type of online business to choose … and how to ensure that such a business will be profitable instead of being a waste of time and money.
I personally have been doing business on the Web since 1997 — and can personally attest to the fact that an online business can build a fortune. Modesty aside, I’ve built 3 successful online businesses without ever leaving home — and I did it from a desktop computer in a little corner of my bedroom in the apartment building where I lived from 2003 to 2010. Those 3 online businesses have each generated millions of dollars in revenues.
But … much as I’d like to teach you (and every person in need of a good online income) how I did it — so you can do it, too — it just wouldn’t do you any good. Why? Because my online businesses are not duplicatable. The average person who doesn’t have online skills wouldn’t be able to succeed because there’s a steep learning curve involved with the online business models I was involved in.
In the last 19 years, I’ve come across so many so-called “gurus” offering courses that teach people how to start and operate a profitable online business. But sadly, many of those courses were created by people who’ve never made any money from an online business — or even if they did make some money, it was from selling worthless courses that never taught anyone how to build a profitable online business.
But that all changed last Sunday.
I attended a Webinar wherein an Internet multi-millionaire presented an online business model for making money online. The business model has a short learning curve, doesn’t require you any technical skills — and is completely duplicatable. Hands down, what this Internet multi-millionaire taught in the Webinar is, in my opinion . . .
and Generating Income Immediately
— without needing to spend on product inventory
These are just a few of the countless people earning 5-figures per month (or much more!) with this ingenious online business model that you can do from the comfort of your own home:
Nick T. generated $82,631.71 in revenues in 30 days with this online business model.
Phillip M. made $101,813.05 in his first 86 days of opening his brand new e-commerce store.
Erin F. started her online business in 2012. In her first year of doing business, she generated over $5 million in revenues by selling only one product line. The following year, her online business earned more than $25 million.
The Tan brothers (who are both in their 20s), have been selling products via their online store since they were teenagers. Today, 6 years later, they’re making over $100 million a year!.
Although these incomes seem too good to be true, they’ve all been verified as true. How would you feel if you made only a small fraction of the profits these online entrepreneurs have made?
I took a close look at the business model they used, and I’m convinced that in the 2 decades that I’ve been doing business online … this is, hands down, the best, easiest, and most inexpensive way to start an online business with a huge profit potential — even for people who have zero experience in Internet marketing.
You won’t learn this from Harvard Business School — or any business school, for that matter.
Whether you want to generate a modest income to supplement (or replace) your primary income — or you want to earn a 5-figure monthly income — or you want to reach for the stars and earn what Nick, Phillip, Erin, and the Tan brothers have done, you owe it to yourself to watch this F*R*E*E webinar. In this Webinar, the Internet multi-millionaire will teach you his ingenious little system for creating an online business — and automating it — so that it will have the greatest potential for making 5-figure profits every month.
When you attend the Webinar, you’ll also discover how other people just like you have adopted this online business model, and have started making a stream of monthly profits more quickly than they ever imagined.
Wishing you health, wealth and prosperity,
Underground Health Reporter
***Disclaimer: Any examples depicting income or earnings are NOT to be interpreted as common, typical, expected, or normal for an average person. Individual results may vary depending on a multitude of factors.