Business is good and so is life

Business is good- I am getting a lot of response to my ads and flyers. I am so glad I took the leap of faith and quit my job. It really frees up time to call people and such. We have had a ton of snow and I know for a fact that if I had a traditional job outside of the home, I probably would have been late for work the other day. We have a big driveway and since Ron has been working 12-14 hour days, he hasn't had time to fire up the tractor and plow, so the kids & I shoveled the whole thing. It felt great! I must admit, I like shoveling, especially at night. It's super quiet, with the snow acting as a sound barrier or something. I am also usually alone when shoveling at night, so I get alot of thinking done.

My daughter just loves having me here all the time. She helps me with simple things for the biz- it makes her feel special. I have been listening to some CD's in the car by Dani Johnson. Anyone who has not heard this lady needs to go to This woman went from a broke cocktail waitress living in her car to making 1/2 million dollars her 1st year in direct sales. Her training not only helps with your business, but your whole life. Anyway, my daughter has been subjected to these CD's everytime we get in the car- no more music channels (yikes!) One day I said or did something, and my daughter corrected me by quoting Dani Johnson! I wish I could remember what it was- it was too funny. My daughter is constantly listening to these things and LEARNING, at 10 years old, from a multi-millionaire! If even a grain of Dani's logic sinks into my baby girls brain, she will be blessed! I am really hoping one of my kids will start a home business & skip the traditional job thing- there's so much more money to be made in direct marketing than in a traditional job. One statistic I heard somewhere was that the average Americam makes around$30-35,000.00/yr. The average home business owner makes $60,000.00/yr. Also, there are more millionaires in direct marketing than any other profession. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out where I'll be working for the rest of my life!