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Money Does Grow on Trees

Updated on June 13, 2012

Money Does Grow on Trees

How many money trees do you have? Are you just working on one money tree called a job? That is what I was brought up on.

Go to school

Get good grades

Get a good job

Retire rich.

Well, that did not work out for me. I discovered that that plan was not working and had to develop a new one. When I met my mentor, I was exposed to a whole new dimension in earning capacity.

I took a look back at my life and noticed all of the different money trees I had. Some survived, some died, and some only got planted in my mind.

My purpose is to help people plant the types of trees they want and have them flourish. This article is about YOU!

Have you ever thought of anything beyond the 9 to 5?

If you have, most people start with a second job. Is that or was that you?

Here are some money trees that you may want to consider:

Rental Property

Network Marketing


Day Trading


Social Networking

Mini-Web Sites

Affiliate Programs

The idea is to have multiple trees just in case one dies or does not grow.

Have you ever thought of a money orchard?

Maybe you would like to get just one going at a time!

Because I started to have success with multiple money trees, I decided to write a book (pictured above). In this book, I have outlined the way to plant , nurture , and grow your money tree.

Most people have a hard time with this concept as they were programmed that money does not grow on trees! That is precisely the point! In order to get something different, you have to turn your world upside down and start believing that money does grow on trees and you have the seeds!

My mentor had a very simple business plan. He traced his hand on a paper. Each finger represented a business. He said get the first one up to $10,000 per month, then work on the second. Then get that one up to $10,000 per month, and work on the third, and so on. Each business represents a money tree and soon you will have an orchard!

In my book, I tell my story of the various money trees I have had. Then I explain how to:

Find Your Trees

Plant Your Trees

Feed Your Trees

Reap the harvest you deserve

For most, the job will be the first money tree. In your spare time (and we have a lot of that if you minus the TV time), start another money tree. With the internet, the tree can be growing 24/7!

Click on the “buy me” link in blue to get a PDF of my book.

You deserve an orchard…don’t you??


Till then,


How To Create Your Own Economy


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