The Problem With The Job Market…

People don’t build businesses anymore.

They build lifestyles where the business is a means to the end.

This is WAY different from the 90s and early 2000s where the business was the center of one’s universe and the lifestyle had to fall in the space around it.

People want to travel more, have more freedom, get more meaning from their lifestyle

They want to live an exciting life.

They want to grow.

They want their life to have meaning.

It explains why so many college grads struggle to find a job.

Because they’re not looking for one.

They’re looking for a lifestyle.

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This system shows you how to build a low-work business that builds your lifestyle first.

All The Best,



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Hi there, My name is Bobbi Herland and I have been involved with Marketing in one way or another for the past 4 years. I have made some money, and lost some money, but I have learned so much along the way. The education that I have received through Entre Institute as well as GlobalNPN is so valuable, that I wouldn't be able to do what I do without them. I am a 58 y.o. Grandmother of three beautiful grand daughters, and the mother to 1 son, who is my rock. I love to go riding on ATV's, fishing, biking as well as golfing (which I haven't been able to do since my foot injury in 2016). My foot injury has kept me out of my chosen career and I found myself wanting to work from home, it took me awhile to get the whole picture of marketing (I still don't know everything), I am learning something new all the time, but at least I am working, and not just going through the motions, and living off of disability. I am proud of the work I am doing, and it is also fun. You get to meet so many like minded people from all over the world. Can't get any better than that. I could go on and on, but I just wanted to share a couple of things about myself and why Marketing (Affiliate Marketing) is wonderful, unpredictable at times, but the best decision that I have ever made. All The Best, Bobbi