Top Business Of The Century In Toronto

What do you think is the  business of the 21st Century?

      Network Marketing!

Top Business Of The Century In Toronto

Bestselling author (Rich Dad, Poor Dad –   Cashflow Quadrant) and wealth-building expert Robert Kiyosaki’s latest book is called “The Business of the 21st Century.” In it, Kiyosaki makes the case that Toronto MLMs are the business of the century because they create genuine wealth.

Kiyosaki points out that wealth and money are not the same thing.

“Money is what you earn; Wealth is what you build.”

The people who understand the difference between money and wealth work to build assets, not merely earn income. Any business becomes an asset when it generates income even when the owner is not working.

A network marketing business is an asset, not just a job.   Assets create wealth for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

I’m Rosemary Horvath based in the L7P 1N4 zip code area and expanding worldwide.  I invite you to create your own wealth-building asset by joining my network marketing team sharing “Healthy” Chocolate here in Burlington and beyond.   It’s a “Perfect Combination” for Health & Wealth.

Think about it: Network marketing in your area turns something you already have (a network) into a money making asset.

Here’s my formula for success in Burlington (use it for your city):

Your network + a unique, quality product (“Healthy” Chocolate) + your time, effort, and skills + a professional support team + training for success = an income-generating asset!

If you’re an entrepreneur in Burlington, Toronto or elsewhere …but your current venture is not generating passive income, I invite you to learn more about our wealth-building opportunity.

Call  (905) 336-0018 or (888)314-1202

or email me at ChocolateAppealWorldwide@gmail.com.

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*The information from Robert T. Kiyosaki’s new book was taken from an article he wrote for Direct Selling News entitled “Network Marketing: The Business of the 21st Century.” It appeared in the April 2010 issue.

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