Just released Plan B self-employment system gives workers an easier way to create a business
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Springfield. OR -- The just released Plan B self-employment system gives workers an easier way to create a business, find customers, and make sales. Thanks to extensive automation built into the system, workers can stay employed on the job while they build their business part-time. Then they transition to full-time self-employment when the business reaches substantial profitability.
"This takes care of the catch 22 most people find when they try to start their own business. A new business requires working 14 hours a day, 7 days a week. How do you do that when your business isn't making money yet? We've solved that age old problem with Plan B," said Keith Scheafer of www.StartMyPlanB.com.
Early adopters of the program are reaching earnings of $3,000 per month. Observers believe $30,000 per month is possible for those who work the program in earnest.
Automation eliminates the need to sell products or make cold calls. More importantly, new business owners don't have to bother friends and family for early sales. Working ones "warm market" is standard with many other self-employment plans.
Most importantly, Plan B automation gives business owners the ability to spend more time on other activities, with family, or remain on their job until profits rise.
"There is no reason why you should give up your life when you start a business. In fact, the whole reason for being a business owner is so you can earn a lot more money while delegating much of the day-to-day work to others or have it done by automation," Scheafer said.
StartMyPlanB.com features documentary footage of a member who plans to buy a $300,000 luxury automobile in just 18 months. All using revenues from his Plan B business.
Those who are interested in learning more about Plan B can do so at the site. Or call 800-808-6269.
Contact: Keith Scheafer