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by Gracebakya Lakshmi gracebakya

Everyday I speak to about 20 to The Racing Prophets Review 30 different individuals who are looking for success. Now success is actually different from person to person. Most people are looking for "financial success", or "financial freedom". Having the money to do what they want, when they want and have a large enough savings and financial portfolio for education, weddings and retirement. I would have to say the second top answer is "time freedom". The days of a 40 hour work week is long gone. Most people are logging 60 plus hours in Corporate America each and every week, not including the travel time!


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I was actually shocked as I listened to a program on TV while waiting to see an old friend. The topic was along the lines of how happy people are that jobs are coming back to America. This area of Corporate America is somewhat new here, but these people where actually ecstatic to be able to earn 8 to 15 dollars an hour working from home. Holy cow, this is almost just above poverty level. They did however go on to say that if you want to make more, you can work more hours! Why are people to happy to work from home for basically nothing? I am lost with this level of Corporate America.


How many people do you know who are trapped in Corporate America, working way too much, same pay or even worse, a cut in pay and are un-happy? Sure, you probably started listing friends, family or work associates but, look in the mirror. Does this scenario describe you? I bet it does! I don't care if you're upper management, middle management or the corporate mail delivery person. Heck, you can be a laborer, it does not matter, this is most likely your life.



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