It’s All Downhill From Here


The last three years of my life have been extremely hard on me, but I have also made drastic steps towards a lucrative future.  I’ve seen first hand exactly how to build an online life insurance service empire by working within one while simultaneously building my own, I’ve learned far more about the inner-workings and back office tasks of such an operation and now see that there is a tremendous future for me that will be built on greater financial stability and independence than I ever would have expected years earlier.  Now that I have a stable source of work and income coming from another firm I can finally build the income verification and credit to purchase a condo and later use the condo as collateral to buy a building that contains both an office on the bottom floor and several high-end rental units above it. To execute this plan effectively, I will have to purchase a condo by the end of this year and sell it for at least a modest gain within 3-4 years with it completely paid off prior to selling.

Years ago I thought the only thing holding me back from generating a significant income was a lack of capital.  Capital, I have learned through experience is useful, but over-rated.  As Dennis Felix points out in his book “How to Get Rich” ideas are over-rated, execution is everything.  Nearly everyone has had a great idea, or is at least capable of developing one.  The real ability is executing a business model in an intelligent and sustainable way.  Pizza has made countless Americans millionaires.  There is very little secret involved in making and selling pizza, there is however a lack of people with the will and capacity to do it well and efficiently on an ongoing basis to generate wealth over a long term basis.

I know now with almost 100% certainty that I can develop a 7 figure income with $5000-$8000 per week invested in the infrastructure of a business. Not immediately of course, but over the period of 12-18 months of consistent operation. The barrier of entry lies in having the capital to run such an operation for months while replenishing the initial capital forfeited.

Within another 6 months of working for the firm I am contracted with I will have the income to save enough to have $100,000 of interest free non-borrowed capital within 2 years.  At this time I can launch my operation with a $5000 per week marketing plan that will purchase 200 life insurance prospects and allow me to generate approximately $15,000-$20,000 in commissions weekly.  Within 3 months after doing this I can simply hire 2 agents and utilize  a state-of-the art CRM to manage the business.  Within 6 months of having this operation running successfully I will have obtained or at least be in striking distance of a $1,000,000 annual income.



One thought on “It’s All Downhill From Here

  1. vicky says:

    Eric, all your hard work will pay off in the future. I believe in you!!! :)

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