Good evening all

By Les Popham

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April 10, 2020

Do you know, it has been such good weather for the past few days that I have forgotten to write this week’s blog post.

Until now, that is.

It’s interesting how one’s perception of passing time can get distorted.

The current lockdown situatin does have an upside. (Several, actually, but I’ll come back to that).

The main thing I’m noticing is that more and more people are realising that the extra time they have on their hands can actually be used to their long-term benefit. They are recognising that they have an immediate opportunity to sow the seeds of a home-based business of their own, which will continue growing even after they go back to the day job (assuming they have one to go back to).

Even those who are unfortunate enough to have been laid off can still take advantage of the situation.

I hope that you are all observing the government’s measures to contain the spread of the virus, and pray that you are safe and we

If you are not using your extra free time to build a separate income stream, you will be missing out. I’m getting many inquiries from folks who want help getting started, and I’m pointing them at my website and the products and blogs posts on it.

My company offers training in all things related to internet marketing, all at very reasonable prices. All my products are delivered digitally, so there’s no need for physical contact in getting what you need.

Coming back to the upsides I mentioned earlier, I sense a nation-wide (if not worldwide) re-awakening to the importance of personal relationships, and, indeed, community spirit. I can’t help but see this as a good thing. A very good thing, in fact.

I’ve seen the stories of people going out to buy essentials for their elderly relatives (or neighbours) who are obliged to stay indoors. My wife’s father, who is 83, lives not far from us and we are in contact with him daily, by phone. Currently, he is fine. We have a few other elderly friends who we also check on.

So if you are one of the perceptive people who can see the potential in the current situation, take a look at my blog. The post I put up there a couple of weeks ago is titled ‘From learning at home to earning from home’. It describes in some detail what you need to do to start your own home-based business. It’s really not very difficult, but it takes time and effort.

Follow my advice (believe me, I’ve been there and I’ve done it) and you can soon be up and running.

With my very best wishes now and in the future,

Leslie

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