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Thanks for dropping in!
Obviously you came in to my site here by seeing one of my internet advertisements, forum posts, business cards or some other method. The important thing is YOU ARE HERE!
Let me introduce myself by giving a little background about me and my family and let you know what I do.
Background: I was born in 1954 in Pine Bluff AR, a small town about 45 miles south of Little Rock if you are familiar with the area. I grew up there with my parents and sister. My sister and her family still reside there. My mom was a “stay at home” mom until my sister and I graduated from High School and then she went back to work to contribute to my parents retirement savings. My dad owned a furniture store on Pine Street and worked there from his discharge from the Navy after WWII until the early 1990s when he sold the business and retired. My parents have both passed away but not without leaving me with decades of great memories that will last a lifetime.
Sports: I played sports from the third grade on through High School, starting out with football then in Junior high got into Track and Basketball. I was far better in track on the short races (100yd, 220yd and 440yd dash) and associated relays and got some state-wide recognition for my efforts there. I still follow Redskins Football and the Arkansas Razorbacks in football.
College and Early Jobs: I graduated from High School (Go Zebras!) in 1972 and immediately went to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis MD. There I majored in Mathematics, played intramural sports and basically worked to keep my head above water until graduation in 1976 and entry into Admiral Rickover’s Nuclear Power Program with a target of getting into the U. S. Navy Submarine force. I got to my first submarine in 1977 and was on submarines and related duties until 1991 when I got assigned to the Washington DC area in an office which built submarine equipment. That set me up with skills for an orderly transition to civilian life. It also gave me the opportunity to meet, date and marry my wife. I retired in 2000 after 24 years of US Navy active duty and Christina and I settled down here in the DC area.
During the early days of my Navy career, I got hold of a book by a man named Joe Karbo, The Lazy Man’s Way to Riches. It was a short paperback about how to make a mint in mail order and was a good read. You can get a great updated version here: The Lazy Man’s Way to Riches: How to Have Everything in the World You Really Want!
Although I never did anything with the mail order ideas in the book, Mr. Karbo had an interesting side note about keeping a positive attitude, controlling your thoughts, keeping anger under wraps and things like that. He taught me a method of controlling my thoughts and feelings “on purpose” so I did not have to experience the bad thoughts if I did not want to. It works to this day! I read that book a hundred times if I read it once because I thought, “If I can get control of my mind, there is no limit to what I can do!”
… and I was right.
Search for Financial Independence: Joe Karbo’s, The Lazy Man’s Way to Riches, put the seed in my brain about the benefits from establishing your own business and working from home. I’ll never forget that book. It ranks right up there with Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I bought tons of books, information papers, work-at-home guides and more but really could not figure out what to do.
When you have a few days, I’ll tell you how many business models I tried and failed in. I also had some huge successes! Suffice to say, I learned a LOT by failing and succeeding which I have now put together in the Fred’s Power Business System. Check it out. It should solve all of your marketing and income problems with ease.
Conclusion: It is vital that you get substantial income streams going soon so you don’t become a victim of the business world. Visit the Fred’s Power Business System NOW.
You can also get my 26 top marketing tips at my 7 Points To Success site. They will come to you via email one per day for you to implement!
703 203 4648 (my real, in-my-pocket cell phone)
p.s. I’m up on Skype too as FredRaley if you have that. Feel free to add me.
p.p.s. Check out my first blog post here. I think you will like it!