Rare Opportunity to Get Thousands in Free Business Tools

It seems that each year around this time, the whole world shifts into overdrive. The holiday-year end rushis on. There are holiday business events to attend and lots of work to do to get ready for the upcoming big, family holidays. But I’ve got something very special that definitely worth a few moments of your time.

I’m offering all of my readers a special holiday gift–a way to access thousands of dollars of complimentary business e-books, e-courses, tools and software, but only if you sign up now, because this gift giveaway is only good for the month of December.

Here’s where you can go to sign up.

http://smartrack.net/go.html

You see, every year my friend and successful entrepreneur Mark Hendricks puts together an exclusive holiday gift giveaway that is unbelievable. He convinces a select group of successful fellow entrepreneurs to donate their signature products.

Mark is humble and a good guy, but he’s also one of the most successful internet entrepreneurs in the world.

You’ll have the opportunity to access thousands of dollars worth of business building gifts like software, e-books, e-courses, and more. All of these items are original products by industry experts.

Sign up now as my guest and you’ll get access to every gift offered during December. Pick whateverything that will help you grow your business in 2007, because after the end of the year, you’ll have to pay full price for these products.

I’ll be reviewing the products offered and making suggestions.

Take a minute and

1 Comment
  • Berry
    Posted at 09:16h, 16 November Reply

    first of all we need to Create a Financial Plan:

    STEP 1: Divide your financial life into six categories: assets, liabilities, property and casualty risk (house, car, personal injury and so on), personal risk (life, health, disability and so on), education (for children, if applicable) and retirement.

    STEP 2: Put a dollar figure to each categories.

    STEP 3: Add up all assets, then add up all liabilities.

    STEP 4: Subtract liabilities from assets to calculate your net worth.

    STEP 5: Evaluate your lifestyle if the net worth is negative, and investigate ways to pay off debt.

    STEP 6: Develop ways to build on your existing budget. If your net worth is positive, your priority will be to evaluate your lifestyle, transfer “insurable risk” (see the glossary) to insurance companies, and invest more to create more wealth.

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