My 2nd-Chance Business



Could A Owning Business of Your Own Help Get a Second Chance & Start Over?

If you have been a regular follower of this blog, you know I went $100,000 in debt in 1997 to pay off a landslide on my property that threatened my house, lost my business in the process, and then went through the same thing again in 2010 with the Nashville Flood, only this time I lost my dog and not my business.

I had to work retail to try to stay afloat looking for something better, until one day I realized I was already involved with something better -- the skin care products I was using.

Are you like many people out there who are tired of making money for someone else? Are you tired of someone else setting your hours? Do layoffs and downsizing concern you? Have you ever thought about owning your own business? Email me for details: skin_and_health@yahoo.com

Why make the change?  

If you’re tired of the stress, job uncertainties, office politics, and making your bosses and company rich while you struggle, maybe you have thought about leveraging your skills and experience to build something of your own.

However, with all the options out there, it is often hard to find a good fit. Starting a business or buying a franchise costs money -- lots of money. A low-end franchise can cost $20,000 and an average franchise costs hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Start up costs for starting a new business are just as bad: start-up capital, business space, office equipment, technology, manufacturing, advertising, marketing, etc. Just the amount of time it takes to develop clientele and start bringing in sales means there won't be time in your life for much else.

Turn-Key Entrepreneurship

That’s the reason many people are going into business for themselves with a "business in a box" otherwise known as “turn-key entrepreneurship.” This is the economical way to build a business of your own quickly, with low start-up costs and a rapid return on investment. These ready-made business allow time for family, friends and hobbies--whatever is important to you.

That's why I started my own business with a "business in a box" opportunity in 2010. I decided to pursue a partnership with two renowned dermatologists who have created a global brand in the multi-billion-dollar anti-aging skin care industry. It has given me the freedom to design my own schedule around the things that are important to me with no earnings ceiling and none of the stress of a 9 - 5 job.

Carpe Diem

If you are interested in making the transition from employee to entrepreneur, contact me. I would be happy to have a conversation about the turn-key business or the anti-aging skin care market to help you decide if it might be a good fit for you.



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