This week Will bring both Valentine's Day, and my beautiful wife's Birthday. But nothing comes close to the moment that the Incorporation process is complete, and we will finally be able to begin our corporate take-over. I am bringing four friends along for the ride, Nate, Chris, Akeem, and Don. I feel that showing them the entire process, will show them, that the endless possibilities without having start-up money. The ideas are sound, and it takes a wise mind to even understand the complexity of this equation. Focus solely on FACTS, and you will catch the drift. Listen to things for what they are, hidden messages may exist, but our language is literal, so take it for what it is.
If I told you that you could start-up a corporation every seven days, in each state. So before the end of your first tax season, you will have 52 California Corporations, 52 Washington, 52 Oregon, 52 Nevada, 52 in Arizona, and so on...
Imagine being a Executive Director for
A corporations first year is easier to manage in a profitable manner, when a start-up loan is used. In the sense, that Materials, Advertising, and equipment are all essentials that every business NEEDS to thrive. Without these corporate commodities, your business cannot grow, nor would it profit.
In One year each Corporation will have Assets, like employees, and computers which will give them leverage when they seek large loans for expansion (+$250,000).
This is no easy task, and requires a lot of people that can handle their job objective. Not people that miss appointments, and flake on you because they have "more important things," that they want to take care of. Usually a girlfriend who bitches non-stop, and can't be trusted alone, therefore they become unpreductive adults. The people that have this issue should seek freedom, before they lose track of what is really going on. For instance, what temperature the neighbors hot tub is set at, or why someone else is spreading false rumors. Neither one of these topics for discussion are productive, because their is no direct correlation to who is saying them.