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I’ve built this site/blog to show people what I’m using to make money online.

Now all of the sites, programs, and systems that are here on this site are the things I use every day to make money online.

I also take 25% of that profit and donate it to homeless programs.

So it helps me to help others when anyone signs up for any of the programs on my site.

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Some may seem like scams but I can tell you that they are not some you can start with no investment others you’ll need some investment.

So have a look I’ll be adding more opportunities so come back often.

Thank you for your time

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If you have any questions about any of the opportunities on this site please send them to alberthammomd@alberthammond.info  

5 Tips to Staying Mindful and Running a Small Business

Posted By: Albert B Hammond – Written By Lauren Taus

I see you. You’re busy, running around to make good shit happen. You support yourself, your business, and your staff. You still find time to exercise and eat well. You’re dressed like the boss that you are, but sometimes feel like you’re running on fumes. I’m here to tell you that you can have your cake and eat it too. You can find balance as a small business owner.

I know I’m not the first to tell you that mindfulness is important, but I can’t stress how important it really is. Let me give you some easy ways to be more mindful and run a successful small business:

1. Expect imperfection.

Most of us successful business types are not interested in playing the game if we can’t be the best. You have to let that idea go. Now. You will never master mindfulness. Accept this fact and you’ve already made a mountain of progress. You’ll have periods where you turn your back on your mindfulness practices, and that’s OK! Everyone does. Just climb back on the wagon as soon as you can — and don’t beat yourself up for the fall.

2. Practice Pausing.

Personally, I’m a big advocate of a mindful morning. Take a few minutes to just breathe on purpose. To start, try setting a 3-minute timer and inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth. For each breath, breath in for 4 seconds, hold your breath for 7 seconds and exhale for 8 seconds. Do that for 3 minutes and over time you can build up from there. Longer, fuller breath cycles stimulate the relaxation response, which means you can physically set yourself up for more peace. Score! Let the idea of a pause permeate the rest of your day.

3. Savor!

Pausing does not have to center on the breath. An easy way to get mindful is to savor the world around you by using your senses! Again, start small and work your way up. For example, in the morning, you might take a moment to appreciate the heat of your coffee cup in your hands and the way that your coffee tastes/feel as you drink it. Instead of reading emails or the news while having breakfast, just have breakfast and appreciate your meal. Teach yourself to find and appreciate the small things.

4. Make and keep appointments with yourself.

This is a hard one because everything feels connected to you: your meetings, your budget, your family, your friends. In this case, though, I’m talking about YOU. Commit to spending time with yourself weekly. This might be one of the hardest things for you to do. An appointment with you can look a million different ways. Here are some ideas: Stay home and cook yourself something incredible. Take a long walk. Book a massage. Maybe it’s as simple as an early night to read a trashy novel or organize a part of your home. Intention matters here. Do the things that prioritize you. Do more of that. Every week.

5. Prioritize. Each day or week, make a list of the things that really matters.

(Include mindfulness!). Note what really needs your attention. Tackle that list so that you have time to come up for air and pause to savor more.

Keep coming back to #1. So many of my clients and students stop or don’t try because they can’t get into a consistent groove. You don’t have to be perfect or regular to reap major benefits from these practices. Let yourself be delightfully human. Let yourself fumble. Just keep coming back for that next big inhale. Keep coming back for that next beautiful pause because, yes, lots of us set resolutions at the start of the year, and these are great, but every moment allows us to reset if we choose. So, choose.

Article Source: https://www.yelpblog.com/2017/03/5-tips-staying-mindful-running-small-business

Seven Great Reasons to Start a Home-Based or Other Small Business of Your Own

Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza

If you’re someone who is looking for the opportunity to start a home-based or other small business of your own, but you’re just not sure if it’s the right decision for you, these top seven reasons to take the plunge might be just what you need to get started:

1. Flexibility—Working from home means you have much more control over your day and how you spend it. Sure, any profitable business requires an immense amount of time and energy, but when you work from home, there’s no one looking over your shoulder to tell you exactly when you have to take steps to get something done.

2. Purpose—As the old saying goes, do what you love and the money will come. Add that to the fact that having the opportunity to own a business doing something that you really enjoy doing day in and day out goes a long way toward improving not only your mental but your physical health, and you’ve hit a home run.

3. Tax Advantages—Working for someone else in a regular 9 to 5 job means you pay taxes on all of your earnings. Owning your own home-based or other small business means you only pay taxes on the difference between what you earn and what you spend. Plus, you can deduct a percentage of your mortgage and other household expenses if you work from home in a separate home office.

4. Better Work-Life Balance—While owning your own small home-based or other small business can be stressful, there’s something to be said for having the freedom to call the shots when it comes to your downtime, especially where a family is concerned.

Being your own boss means having the ability to drop everything and run if need be, such as when a child calls home and is sick at school. No more being frowned upon when you have to leave the office for that reason or any other for that matter.

5. Health Benefits—Recent research shows that more than half of all small business entrepreneurs report their personal health has improved as a result of their running a home-based or other small business of their own. The flexibility that comes along with business ownership fosters the ability of the entrepreneur to put greater emphasis on such wellness activities as diet, exercise, and sleep.

6. Independence—Owning your own home-based or other small business means you’re the boss. You make all the decisions and reap all the rewards. Of course, there’s another side to that equation. Your decisions and choices also can lead you in the wrong direction if you’re not careful. So before you jump into the idea of owning your own business or buying into a ready-made business model like a business opportunity, distributorship, licensee opportunity or even a small franchise of some kind, make sure you’ve done the necessary self-assessment and homework. Asking yourself the question of whether or not you’re cut out for entrepreneurship in general and all that it entails is a really good and necessary first step!

7. Satisfaction—When you work for someone else, there is usually some level of satisfaction that comes along with a job well done, especially if your employer recognizes your hard work and rewards it. However, that sense of pride is dwarfed by the magnitude of satisfaction that comes from building something profitable as a result of your own sweat equity. Owning your own successful part-time or full-time home-based or other, small business creates a feeling of achievement that will permeate your life and give you the overall sense that anything is possible.

Article Source: http://www.businessopportunity.com/Blog/

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