Business

Follow the Leader, Listen and Learn.

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Everybody has played Monopoly at one time or another..

Do you remember seeing that list of rules on the bottom of the box?

Fortunately, most people who first play monopoly with people who have already played it. If your first tried playing by opening the box and reading the rules, you would probably just quit.

However, you DO NOT have to understand all the rules before you start playing the game. Count out the money, roll the dice, and start moving! When you d guidance, look up the rules. Monopoly is not hard work. In fact, it is fun!

Business, while it requires work, does not have to be as hard as people make it. Business can be fun! Just follow the rules that apply each day and be teachable as you go along.

If you are interested in learning how to start your very own online business with the blueprints already drawn out, connect with me. I’m not going to ask for your email address then spam you. This is for people that are legitimately interested in learning how to create an income online.

Quinn 🙂

Follow Your Bliss. It’s the Thing You Can’t Not Do.

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I remember when it first hit me, when I was first introduced into what I was going to do at least for the next four to six years. I was excited, overwhelmed, and for the first time in three years that childhood sensation of believing I could do whatever I wanted to do came back!

After going through the motions throughout my whole High School career I could never seem to actually choose what I wanted to do. When the day came and I actually had to choose and apply for college I just picked something that I thought I would like the most, a High School teacher ironically. I hated High School and for my 4 years there I couldn’t wait to get the hell out! But I wasn’t going to make it into the NBA and my dreams were very small at this point. Three months off in the summer and eventually becoming the Head Coach for the basketball team were the only two reasons I went with this. Thank God I got into trouble and never made it to college because I never would have ran into what I truly wanted to do. I would be in debt up to my eyeballs doing something I was only partially passionate about. I think this happens way to often in the world we live in today and you can definitely see the pain in most college graduates eyes. We only get to live this life once right? Why not find your passion then just do that!

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I’m passionate about helping people. That’s it. I say this a lot but I just want people to thrive. To actually feel euphoric and clear headed about where they are heading. Somehow along the lines it became acceptable to work 40 hours per week for 40 years of your life just to retire on the money that you couldn’t spend during your youth. Light weight acting like a machine in this thing we keep trying to spin around called our economy. I mean come on just hearing that the average age for retirement is going to be at 72 years if I were to go that route is a strait up scam. Why would you ever trade time for money? What’s more important honestly?

As I said before my passion is helping people. Giving people the opportunity to become their true selves because that’s when the magic happens. Everyone here on Earth has a purpose, I full heartedly believe in this. Surround yourself with the dreamers, the free thinkers, the people that are going to make you a better person. Success is 80% mental. So, if your going through a tough stretch in your life right now don’t be afraid to contact me. I may be able to introduce you to another way of life.

Last but not least check out the documentary, “Finding Joe”. I just finished watching it and it relit that fire in me! It will surely motivate you to break free of those chains you have holding you back!