The TRUE COST of staying in the 9-5…

Published by Eve Hoeg — 12-20-2017 at 9:07 PM UTC

Which decision can bring more free time, income, and lifestyle? (most miss this!)

Hey, in business and life, we all have EXPENSES to consider…

Some are necessities to us.

Heat and Air.

In online business, it could be web hosting, a autoresponder account, a domain name, and so forth…

“Greyline” areas can come into play into something like investing in a program or tool that could…

1) Increase our income.
2) Make our workload lighter.
3) Allow us to earn more/work less.

We ask ourselves, “Is this worth it?”

You know what?

In my experience with this?

It’s never the COST of something that is most important. Not by a long shot.

The TRUE COST is what are we missing out on by NOT having this in our lives, right now.

If it’s a program that can bring you up to 6-figures over the next year… Then the “true cost” is $10K per month you’re missing out on every month.

If you can do it part-time, from home?

The true cost could be NOT doing that, and staying stuck in a 9-5 cubicle for the next 10 to 20 years.

In a job you hate, around employees you don’t like, working for a boss-hole that doesn’t appreciate you.

It could mean missed date nights, family vacations, pursuing hobbies, living life on YOUR terms.

Hope that makes sense?

Crazy, but most never really consider this.

And if it’s helpful…

===> Check this out to start living life on your terms, without the 9-5 grind…

In as little as TEN SALES, you can be up to $10K months or more, all b/c of the high-ticket commissions you can be getting.



Eve H

PS Not to rush, but right now they’re providing a personal coach to help you get through the training and to support your success.

Not sure how long these openings will stay available.


About Eve Hoeg


Hello, I have been a member of LeasedAdSpace since launch. This ia a great place to promote your business. Easy , userfriendly - and an effective way to drive traffic to your site. Good luck with your business and have a nice day! Eve