There’s a tried and true maxim in business – to make more money you have to 1) find more customers – ie make more sales 2) retain more customers – because the cost to acquire a new customer is usually higher than the cost to keep an existing customer 3) increase your margins – in other words, raise your prices so that the gap between what something costs you and what you sell it to your customer for is greater and 4) control expenses – ie, spend less. Only these 4 things can save your bottom line in a traditional business.
The problem is, most businesses don’t survive long enough to prove out the maxim. In fact a recent study, by S. Ghosh – a Senior Harvard Lecturer, published in the WSJ states that 95% of start-ups fail when failure is defined as failing to see the projected return on investment-say, a specific revenue growth rate or date to break even on cash flow.
The WSJ article was looking more at venture-backed companies and start-ups taking outside capital. But even considering traditional small businesses, doubtless you have heard the oft-cited statistics that 80% fail within the first five years – and it’s usually because of a lack of capital. In other words, they run out of money.
Now I want you to picture your first five years owning your own business using a different business model – that of the Evolved Economy. We know that for a franchise you might invest $20k up to $1 million or more to get started. We know if you attend college or university you could spend between $5000 to more than $50,000 per year for 4+ years. In the model based on the Evolved Economy, you can expect to invest just $1200 to start (and for those who are currently facing really tough times, it is possible to start for half as much!), pay as little as $75/week in overhead, be able to earn money in your first 24 hours, have an in-demand high-quality and consumable product, hit close to break-even in your first 30 days in operation, pass break-even and speed into profitability in as little as 2-5 months, and within 5 years enjoy unparalleled earnings opportunity. It’s like receiving a model airplane with a set of instructions to put it together. Only this is describing a particular method of doing business. The business plan is written for you and you follow it precisely.
Not only that but as a business owner and investor generating residual income, you can sustain this business for as many decades as you live and pass it on as a legacy to your children or grandchildren because you will have built a financial wall around your family – something they will thank you for during unsettled and challenging economic times. And you do this regardless of your education, experience, background, race, religion, or geographic location.
How is that possible, you ask? How can it be so simple to make money in an Evolved Economy business? And is it guaranteed?
Well, let me walk you through the exact path to wealth with the company I have partnered with, keeping in mind that the system is in place to pay you but you alone are responsible for your results. As a business owner, only you are accountable for the hours you put in and the efficiency and effectiveness that yield results. When you follow the system, you get rewarded.
Because I am a business owner using the model of the Evolved Economy, I can comment based on my own business experience. For instance, using this model you could partner with a global company whose product just happens to be super nutrition and skincare targeting weight loss, healthy aging, and energy & performance – a 12 year old company (that’s important – they have survived and thrived way beyond the 5-year mark!) that is in so much momentum they created 19 millionaires in the first 8 months of 2014.