You’ve Won the Lottery! What Should You Do?

August 4th, 2015

I’m not a big lottery player, in fact, I don’t play the lottery at all. I think I’ve purchased a total of less than ten scratcher tickets in my entire lifetime and am pretty sure that I’m in the positive on my winnings. Although I wouldn’t turn down any winnings that came my way, I don’t want to leave my future up to chance. Quite frankly, I seldom win things like door prizes, free trips or anything of that nature. My past has taught me that if I want to win, I have to work for it.

However, if you are someone who has a lucky bone in their body and is good at winning things such as lotteries and drawings, you might find yourself the recipient of a large some of money in the near or distant future.

When that happens, here’s an infographic I stumbled upon that might help you in your adjustment to life after winning the lottery.

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The New 1099 K Info Graphic

May 3rd, 2012

I stumbled across this info graphic and wanted to share it with you all. It’s a great reminder of some basic things us Entrepreneurs, or soon to be Entrepreneurs, should pay attention to when tax time comes around. And who would have ever thought that Crocodile Dundee (Mitch) was in that much debt to the Australian government. Until that debt is paid off, I don’t think we’ll be seeing him in the States any time soon!

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Network Marketing – The 400 Meter Dash of Success and Failure

May 1st, 2012

I created this little infographic to describe the success cycle of the average home based business owner. I used a track as the backdrop for my analogy, “The 400 Meter Dash of Success and Failure.” In Network Marketing, this is as plain as it gets and the new person doesn’t understand how it works. Success in your business is just a matter of consistent effort over a period of time. If you desire to succeed is there, just finish the entire lap and things will get a lot easier.

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The 400 Meter Dash of Network Marketing