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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Telecommuting Jobs: Health First



Founded in 1993, Healthfirst is a not-for-profit managed care organization, sponsored by some of the most prestigious and nationally recognized hospitals and medical centers in New York and Long Island. They offer a variety of government-sponsored health insurance programs covering children, adults, seniors, and small businesses.

They are one of the fastest growing health plans in New York and New Jersey with over one million members and a network of more than 24,000 providers. Healthfirst's vision is to treat our members with the same care and attention we would want for our own families.

This company usually has 8-10 Telecommuting jobs open. This company is on the East Coast.  Check out the Telecommuting Job listings here.




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Friday, April 17, 2015

Telecommuting Jobs: RED VISION



Premier nationwide provider of comprehensive, uniform title reports and property information in support of all types of real estate transactions. What we are really saying is that we hire the best people and offer our customers the complete package.

RedVision is a growing, innovative company with exciting career opportunities nationwide. It is our mission to consistently deliver comprehensive title reporting and property research solutions through our knowledgeable team and innovative technologies. Our talented workforce is dedicated to exceeding commitments to our customers with an unrelenting desire for operational excellence.

Work-Life Balance

RedVision seeks to recruit staff from a wide range of backgrounds with diverse experience and expertise. 

RedVision offers positions for full-time and part-time/Flexpert® (variable hourly).
Many positions offer telecommuting opportunities where a large number of employees work from home.

You should look at their remote/telecommuting jobs



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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

How do music stars go bankrupt?

We are continuing with the lesson on BIG MONEY and how NOT to become bankrupt.  

Music stars, yes, music stars live a very glamorous life right?  

They ride in fancy cars, wear the latest clothes, diamonds, houses, jet planes, champagne . . . all in front of the camera.  Yes, it's great.

But what they don't tell these stars is when the cameras stop recording and they are sitting at home alone, they better break out the Excel Spreadsheets . . . or better yet, the pen and paper and calculator and make sure they have money left over.

Here is the Late Great Lisa "Left-eye" Lopez of the singing group TLC explaining how a group that should over 10,000,000 records in one year (yes, that's 10 million) can be in bankruptcy.  

Listen carefully, because all this information can be controlled from the beginning if you work your CONTRACTS correctly (which most people that gain a big wad of money do not do).  When someone starts talking to you and mentions money that is in the millions.  Time to talk to a lawyer and make sure that lawyer is getting you EVERY ADVANTAGE on that contract.  







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Monday, January 5, 2015

What should you do if you get BIG MONEY!




Josh Childress explains: What Happens When You Sign A $11 Million Deal In The NBA 




There are a lot of people (more than you are aware) that fall into money.  Yes, this can happen to you.  You could win the lottery, become famous, become a sports star or win a settlement . . . and of course you could inherit [it can happened!]

If you are going to have big money, you have to be ready to manage BIG MONEY.  The stats show that people that have a "wind fall" (i.e. a lot money gets dropped into laps) are broke within 3-5 years.  We are NOT going to have that happen to you.

Here are some people that know what it's like to have sudden money.  Listen to their story and take notes of what they did.  You, my dear, are NOT going to be them.



Antoine Walker Lost $110 Million Dollars






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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Never Give Up on Your Dream!






What can I say?  Time passes.  Are you still fighting for your dream or have you given up on it? My dream has always been the same - (1) to be a successful business woman making six-figure income from my own business and having the freedom to enjoy my family and loved ones.  (2) To write for a living and do all the things that I love to do so that work feels like FUN.  (3) To help people gain their dreams so that I can have powerful and influential friends.  I hope you have joined me in my adventure.  


Happy 2015 everyone!

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Start the Next Chapter




It's the end of the year.  I hope I've given you motivation to begin living your dreams. If you haven't gotten as far as you wanted to go, don't fret.  If you made lots of mistakes this year . . . good for you!  At least you got off your butt and did something.

This is the time to shake off the past.  Don't look back now!  Keep looking forward.  Yesterday is done, can't change it.  Today is what you have and where you start.  Let's do this!

Happy New Year and Happy New Adventure people!


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Sunday, December 21, 2014

What to Look for Along Your Path Toward Your Destination





We have to stop focusing on what is going on in our lives right now.  All the many problems, crisis, what we need, what we don't have, obstacles, etc.  The point is, just because you don't have all the pieces to make your dream come true, doesn't mean that you won't discover all the tools you need as you travel down your path.  

In other words, don't let your condition today, stop you from what you can gain tomorrow.  

If you really want something, go ahead, embark on the journey.  Begin.  You will be surprised what you will find as you are walking down that path.  

One time, I remember taking a walk with one of my grandmother's good friends who liked to hike in the wilderness.  I was a young kid of around 10 or 11.  And the old man loved walking the large state parks that surrounded our area, but he was getting to old to be wandering around alone.  I thought I was doing this old man a favor, when in fact he was doing me the favor.  He was teaching me how life worked . . . simply by walking with me.  

He had decided that we would walk the path on Wild Cat Canyon.  The area was named well, for there were sightings every now and then of big wildcats in that area during bad weather events such as drought. As we started our walk and entered the thicker trees, he stopped for a moment finding a long piece of wood about 2 inches thick and as tall as he was.  He told me to keep a look out for a piece of wood about my height.  A few steps further and we found one to fit me.  I remember listening to the birds and the thunk, thunk, thunk that his staff made as he walked.  I soon used my staff to make harmonizing beats . . . thunk, thunk, thunk.  While he quietly talked and we walked, I noticed that he would stop and bend down every now and then and pick up smooth, heavy rocks and put them in his pocket.  Soon we came to a stream and he told me the best way to find streams, to always find pathways along streams when hiking, how to gather water, what to look for in streams for clean water, how to hold and clean water if you don't have fire to sterilize it and many more things about finding water in the wilderness.  We came across some berries that birds were joyfully eating and he told me how to know when these types of berries were good to eat and proceeded to tell me about roots that are also eatable. 

As we walked, I realized the lesson I was learning.  We started the path with absolutely nothing that would be helpful along this journey.   Identification cards, money, and communication devices are not helpful in the middle of a state park.  What one needs on THIS PATH is . . . . (1) A WALKING STICK, which has many uses.  It can help you walk when you get tired or if you injure yourself during the walk.  You can use it to make noise as you walk to warn animals of your arrival and allow them time to clear a path (thunk, thunk, thunk).  Or, it can be used as a defense mechanism in case you meet up with an aggressive beast (non-human or human).  (2) STONES, another defense mechanism but this one can be used as a long-range defense system.  If we had met up with an actual wildcat or other aggressive creature, a good throw of a stone could save your life.  (3) WATER, if you become lost or injured you will need water, a person can live without food but they can not live without water.  Water is necessary for survival.  (4) FOOD or survival and energy.  Pick the wrong thing to eat and you can poison yourself.  

Notice, that we had none of those things at the beginning of our journey, but we found all those things along our journey. This is how life works.  You rarely begin a journey with all the resources you need.  The most efficient journeys use resources along the way. 

In essence, being prepared is not the same has having everything you think you need for the journey.  Being prepared is knowing what you need to finish the job.  My friend knew that if we were going to walk safely through Wild Cat Canyon, we would need a walking stick, some heavy stones, water and a source of food (if we were gonna walk longer than a day).  He was prepared, because he knew WHAT TO LOOK FOR ALONG THE PATH.  Most people think you are prepared if you are holding everything you need and will not start the journey unless they have packed everything.  What most people think is what stops us from reaching our goals.

You will find what you need on the path to your destination.  You just have to be aware of what you need before embarking on our journey so you recognize the tool/resource when you see it.  Now that you know the secret . . . begin your journey today!


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