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Have you ever felt like you were trapped in life?

Escaping The Corporate Cubicle

Have you ever felt like you were trapped in life?

Trapped in the corporate cubicle — trapped in a job you may not enjoy — trapped doing

something that consumes your life and is not getting you to your life goals.

One of my mentors recently shared this story —

“I worked in corporate consulting in a forty-five story office building in New York City. I thought I had it made. I worked 60 hours a week, got 15 days of vacation a year and had a nice manager title, nice benefits and great people I worked with…

…but I felt trapped. I felt like the goals I really wanted in life were slipping away as I worked my tail off each week in the cubicle.

I had an aha-moment the day I shared my dream with one of my corporate mentors, who patted me on the shoulder and said ‘The only security you will ever have in life is what you create for yourself’.

Reflecting on his powerful comment as I walked back to my cubicle, I understood that to achieve what I wanted long term, I had to prepare and condition myself mentally and emotionally, toughen up my belief and confidence, and bullet-proof my vision with the right skill sets and action steps for this new business and life direction.”

So how will you escape the corporate cubicle?

First, It all starts with a desire like my mentor above.

Then it takes decisive ACTION.

You actually have to decide to make a plan to get yourself out of that corporate Rat Race and then follow up with it.

Here is a list of some of the things you should have on your “Plan of Action”

  1. Find an opportunity or business that you are going to start. Do your research and make sure that it is something you will actually enjoy doing — but not only that — something that actually makes good money. Too many times people embark on opportunities because it sounds fun; however, they soon find the financial rewards were not as great as they thought in the beginning. Not all opportunities are equal. Pick one that is already growing and will give you the opportunity to rise up with it. You’ll soon be leaving the corporate world for good.
  2. Create a business plan. Have realistic goals and expectations. Be in this for the long run. With a good opportunity it may take you a couple of years to get to the point where you can quit that corporate job forever — but realize when you do YOU ARE FREE! So make a long-term plan. People who fail, generally don’t have a business plan.
  3. TAKE MASSIVE ACTION!  Make a decision and GO FOR IT!  Find the time in your life even if you are super busy. Work at it during your lunch hour, early in the morning, late at night — whatever it takes. Find the time. Yes, you can do it — you know the rewards will be worth it. The time and sacrifice will be worth it when you finally break out of the corporate cubicle and live a life of freedom!

It is surely possible to reach your goals and escape the Rat Race if you really have the desire. Sure there will be bumps in the road and it may not always turn out exactly the way you wanted and you may have to make occasional course adjustments.

But if you keep on track — stay the course — work hard, and never quit — you will be rewarded immensely!

Remember the day you walk away from your corporate job and are carrying your box of personal items out to your car — not because you were fired or laid off –

but because you QUIT!

If you are looking for a great opportunity that can help YOU escape the corporate cubicle, watch the video below.

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What is Online Network Marketing?

Online Network Marketing is one of the most exciting and fastest growing ways of moving products and services today. Exciting because it allows people to get into business for themselves — a Network Marketingbusiness that can be worked not only part-time online from home earning you several hundred dollars per day, but also a business that can make you financially independent quite quickly!

Online Network Marketing is based on sharing and duplication. You share the services online and you duplicate or multiply your efforts by bringing other people into the business to do the very same thing.

Network Marketing uses the business principle of Duplicating Your Efforts. Companies like McDonald’s, Subway, KFC, etc. are examples of companies that use the principle of Duplication. Each one of these companies started out as a single, successful money-making business.

The owners of these businesses realized that to achieve financial independence they could open up new business establishments using the same name and the same successful business formula which they had developed — in other words, they were DUPLICATING their efforts.

Online Network Marketing is also a way of Duplicating Your Efforts by moving services through an online worldwide network. Each person is an independent marketeer for the company, and runs their own business — mostly in their spare time.

Online Network Marketing is growing at an astounding rate.

The big money you can make comes from sharing the opportunity with others. This is the key to building a large income.  When your “sponsored” people become involved you will receive income on their efforts, and also the efforts of the people they sponsor, and so forth, down-the-line!

Yes, when you share the Network Marketing opportunity with a new person, they are given exactly the same opportunity  that you were given, and they too will want to share with others. You will always receive a share of the profits from that time forward on infinite levels of sharing.

Online Network Marketing can truly be your ticket to financial freedom!

 

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Poroshenko Signs Ukraine-EU Free Trade Agreement

Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has said this is “one of the most historic days,” ahead of signing a long-awaited free trade agreement with the European Union. Poroshenko spoke to reporters in Brussels Friday ahead of the signing of the agreement, which was the trigger for last year’s political upheaval that led to the ouster of pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych and, later, Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula. He said Ukraine will use this opportunity to modernize and called the accord a demonstration of EU solidarity. Two other former Soviet republics, Georgia and Moldova, are also signing free trade accords with the EU Friday, while Russia’s relations with the West have reached a low point over the tensions in Ukraine. Late Thursday, witnesses said thousands of Ukrainians lined up at a Russian border crossing in cars packed with personal belongings to cross into Russia, in hopes of fleeing violence in eastern Ukraine. The exodus came hours before a week-long Ukrainian cease-fire was to expire, with little progress reported in talks aimed at ending a deadly armed rebellion by pro-Russian separatists. Separately, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said four of its monitors, abducted by rebels last month, have been released. Aleksandr Borodai, the self-proclaimed “prime minister” of the breakaway Donetsk region, described the release late Thursday as a goodwill gesture. Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency quoted Borodai as saying he is confident four other monitors seized in late May will be released soon. Earlier Thursday, President Poroshenko called on Russia to support his peace plan with “actions, not words.” In an address to the Council of Europe, Poroshenko also accused Moscow of waging an “undeclared war” by backing and arming the separatists. Separately, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin to use his influence with separatists to end the rebellion. German Chancellor Angela Merkel telephoned Putin to make the same point.  She also is reported to have warned Putin that the European Union — meeting Friday in Brussels — will be forced to consider a new round of sanctions against Moscow if cooperation is withheld. The Obama administration says it also is ready to impose new sanctions on Russia if Moscow fails to take action to de-escalate the crisis in eastern Ukraine.  The administration said it has delayed implementation as it presses for unified support from European and U.S. manufacturers for the measures. Ukrainian border guards at the Izvaryne crossing late Thursday reported kilometers-long lines of cars seeking refuge in Russia.  Earlier this week, Russian migration officials said more than 90,000 refugees had been registered on the Russian side of the border.  Russian officials were quoted as saying most of the evacuees said they were only temporarily relocating.

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Muslim Filipinos Pray for Peace Ahead of Ramadan

Muslims in the Philippine capital of Manila attended the afternoon prayers June 27 and prayed for peace ahead of the holy month of Ramadan. During Ramadan, the ninth and holiest month in the Islamic calendar, all healthy adult Muslims are expected to refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours. This year’s holy month is set to start over the weekend in Asia, depending on the sighting of the new moon. Hundreds of Filipino Muslims listened to the sermon of an imam at the Blue Mosque inside an Islamic community in Manila in preparation for Ramadan.   “We thank for all, we thank Allah for this coming month of Ramadan, because the month of Ramadan is the happiest time that we Muslims celebrate,” said Ahairudden Usman Abdulazis, an Islamic researcher. Aiyan Jaafar, a devout Muslim follower, said Ramadan is also a time of reflection and sympathy for those who are suffering and hoped that their prayers for peace would be answered. “We pray that Allah, our one true god, would grant everyone peace, especially in places where there’s violence. That is and will be our prayer for everybody, especially for our brother Muslims currently suffering in those countries,” he said. Islam is the second most popular religion in the predominantly Catholic Philippines, with over five percent of the 97 million population practicing the Muslim faith. Peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims has been marred by a decades-old war in the southern Philippine island of Mindanao between Islamic separatist groups and the Philippines government. The Philippines recently signed a peace deal with the largest Islamic militant group, Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), hoping to finally end the bloodshed that has killed thousands and stagnated the economy of the resource rich region.

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Kerry Heads to Saudi Arabia for Talks on Iraq

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets Friday with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah to discuss how to confront Sunni extremists that have taken over large parts of Iraq and Syria. Kerry met Thursday in Paris with the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, in an effort to rally regional unity against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL. The al-Qaida breakaway group is believed to receive much of its funding from sources in Sunni Gulf states that are opposed to the Shi’ite-led government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. U.S. officials say the Arab diplomats did not offer military support to Maliki’s government, but Washington is hopeful the Arab states can use their influence with Iraq’s Sunni militias to help counter ISIL. The meetings come as Washington considers military options in Iraq. The White House is considering airstrikes, but has ruled out sending ground troops into Iraq, where the last U.S. soldiers withdrew in 2011. The White House is sending 300 military advisers to help Baghdad stop the advance of ISIL. More of those troops arrived Thursday. The U.S. is also flying 30 to 35 daily surveillance flights over Iraq. The militants’ push toward Baghdad seems to have slowed in recent days. But there are still concerns about ISIL setting up a brutal Islamist state in areas of Iraq and Syria that it does control. Human Rights Watch on Friday said photographs and satellite imagery “strongly indicates” ISIL has killed at least 160 men during a mass execution in the city of Tikrit, which it seized on June 11. The rights group said there is “strong evidence of a horrible war crime” that needs further investigation. ISIS has previously claimed it executed 1,700 Shi’ite members of the army in Tikrit. The violence has alarmed Iraq’s Shi’ite neighbor, Iran, which has now joined the fight against the Sunni insurgents. Iran is supplying tons of military equipment and deploying surveillance drones in the Iraqi skies from an airfield in Baghdad. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said Thursday that Syrian warplanes also targeted ISIL militants earlier this week on the Syrian side of the Iraqi-Syrian border they have used as a gateway to take over large areas in northern and western Iraq. Maliki said he welcomed the Syrian air attacks, which occurred Tuesday, but did not ask for them. Other news accounts reported that the Syrian air assault was carried out over Iraqi air space. As the violence continues, U.S. and regional governments are pressuring Iraq to form a more inclusive government that does not marginalize its Sunni minority citizens. Iraqi leaders say they will meet a Tuesday deadline for beginning to form a government following the country’s April 30 parliamentary election. Maliki has rejected forming an emergency government, saying that would go against the country’s constitution and the results of the parliamentary election. His Shi’ite-led government has faced criticism of sidelining the minorities and breeding sectarian tensions. He called for unity in a speech Wednesday.

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Loud, Loyal American Fans Travel to Brazil in Huge Numbers

The World Cup, international soccer’s marquee event, attracts the most passionate and loyal fans in the world. Supporters from the United States, a country with a small but rising fan base, are out to prove that they are just as enthusiastic as any other country. Rio de Janeiro has hosted four World Cup games so far, three of which included South American teams. The city has, at times, been dominated by Argentines, Chileans, and Ecuadoreans. But the strongest constant international presence here in Rio has been the Americans.  “Oh man, U.S. fan support here has been IN-credible.  At the Fan Fest, every single game, we’re representing more than the teams we’re playing. There’s so much U.S.A. pride, cheers every two seconds, and when we score? Oh man. It’s like the biggest party in the U.S.A.,” said Samantha Medney, one of thousands of U.S. supporters in Brazil. Outside Brazil, no other country has bought more tickets for the World Cup than the United States. Americans purchased nearly 200,000 tickets for football’s greatest event. Here in Copacabana, it shows. Hundreds of fans walk the iconic shoreline, some draped in the American flag, others wearing U.S. jerseys, red, white, and blue bandanas, or face paint. Other fans stop to take pictures with them. Inside the FIFA Fan Fest, one fan explains his patriotic outfit: “It’s basically the most obnoxious thing we could find.” There are thousands more dressed just like him – some even clad as the superhero Captain America. They have come to watch the United States play Germany, with a spot in the next round of the World Cup tournament on the line. International football may not be the most popular sport in America, but the U.S. team’s supporters in Rio are just as passionate and vocal as any other fan base here in Brazil. The most recent game against Germany ultimately ended in a loss for the Americans, but they are still on to the next round thanks to Portugal’s defeat of Ghana, and that is all that matters. The party is on here in Rio – and these loyal fans aren’t ready to go home yet.

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13 Dead in Indian Pipeline Blast

Officials in southern India say a state-owned gas pipeline has exploded, killing 13 people. Authorities say the blast hit a pipeline of the Gas Authority of India Limited in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The Friday morning explosion sparked a fire that destroyed homes in the surrounding villages. The cause of the blast was not immediately known. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives in the explosion. Writing on Twitter, Modi said he has spoken to the petroleum minister and other officials and asked them to “ensure immediate relief at the accident site.”

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