If you're one of the many who have been hit hard by this horrific economic downturn, I commiserate. I'm sure I'm talking to the majority of you reading this right now. (For those who can't relate, how is the air up there in your ivory tower?)
There's no denying it. Times are hard. But as wise men like to point out, difficulties are opportunities to better things. Lee Iaccoca paraphrased John W. Gardner when he said: “We are continually faced by great opportunities, brilliantly disguised as insoluble problems.” Hallmark would phrase it in this manner: When a door closes, a window opens.
Okay, enough of the aphorisms. I'm sure you get my drift. (Aside from aphorisms, you will also catch a fair dose of clichés in this post. Let's play a game. Count how many you can find.) But seriously, losing my traditional sources of income has compelled me to look for other, fresh income opportunities. And one of the avenues I have been exploring is online business. I've been doing a lot of research into this, and it's for me a new, wide world that inspires excitement and hope. There seems to be thousands of ways to make money online. Daily, new markets are cropping up. There's so much to learn, but also such an enormous potential for profit.
I know there are many of you out there who are considering doing internet marketing or some form of online business as well. I will be blogging about my experiences in this area, posting resources I'm discovering, things I'm learning, questions I may have, etc. I invite anyone who's venturing into internet marketing or some other form of making an income online to join me and share your experiences too. And please, if you have extensive experience in this field, share your knowledge with some of us who may need it.
One last aphorism before I close. It's been said that opportunities are never lost; they are taken by others. I, for one, am taking this exciting opportunity.
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