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Hands Free, No Recruiting, No Experience, Passive Income

*NOTE:  Could it get easier than hands free?  Does the passive nature make it less or more desirable?  You could work harder, but would that be smarter?

Hi,

I have a story to tell you.

Let’s say we are friends and we live in the same town.

You just went out to this great Organic Restaurant, had a great meal and experience and you knew how we both really enjoyed great organic food.

So you call me all excited to tell me about this great restaurant and go on about how fabulous the food was, how great the price was and the atmosphere was stellar.

Then I say, oh yeah, I was just in there the other night, I found that restaurant back a couple of months ago.

You’re thinking, really!!! And you didn’t think to tell me about it?

You’d probably be a little pissed, disappointed, and wonder what kind of friends we really were, right?

Well, it’s the same way with business, and I wouldn’t want you to find out about it from anyone else.

When I have something that I KNOW will help you finally create a different ending with a brighter beginning, it would be selfish of me not to paint a picture of what YOU potentially have right in front of you.

Sometimes I wish me making money was good enough for me to be happy, but truth is I continue to care about other people regardless of how much I personally make.

It’s in my blood and I couldn’t possibly change that aspect of me if I tried, and I don’t think I would ever want to.

If you’re not open to change and you want to live life at your own status quo, that’s your business..

However, I have to do my part, so I can sleep at night.

I’m thankful that I have pushed myself beyond my comfort zone, otherwise I wouldn’t be where I am now.  That’s why I continue to try and encourage you to do the same.

You want to be annoyed with me when I share something with you that could change your life, that’s fine…

But, you should be more upset if I didn’t.

That being said, I have to share this video I made.

Refuse to lose and you win.

Love,

Christy

The Connections Coach
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P.S.  I don’t have to share this with anyone to get paid.  You don’t have to do anything for me to get paid.  My actions are what get me paid…
  • My vision
  • My passion
  • My effort
  • ME!
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Forget Alexa, Amazon’s next big product is … wine

Worlds largest retailer moves from tech products to its own wine, to revive the direct connection between wine-maker and customer

Amazons continuing quest to make and sell everything in the world has led to it branching out into a new area: overseeing the production of a new range of wines.

Yes, you can now get drunk in a Jeff Bezos-approved way. Pop the corks at once.

The company has worked with the King Estate Winery, located just outside Eugene, Oregon, to develop a line of three wines under their new brand, Next: a pinot gris, a red blend, and a pinot noir. Its calling it the first wine ever developed from conception to release with Amazon Wine, the companys booze brand launched in November 2012.

Unusually for Amazon, this new brand isnt aimed at undercutting the competition with bargain-basement prices, as with its Amazon Basics line. Instead, the wines are priced firmly into the mid-to-high-end market, at $20 (15.44), $30 and $40 for the white, red blend, and red respectively.

For the winery, its trying to claim the new deal is a return to an earlier time when the connection between wine-maker and customer was direct. Ed King III, who founded the vineyard with his father in 1991, said: When people lived in the same village, the wines and cuisine developed together. Today that direct link is at risk of being lost.

Were launching Next on Amazon to re-establish the connection between winemaker and wine lover in todays digital village.

Amazon Wines Nick Loeffler added: Were thrilled to connect wineries, like King Estate, with millions of customers and give them an innovative format to launch new brands.

Calling the largest e-commerce site in the world a village, digital or not, might stretch the imagination, but the wines will also be available for sale on the Kings own website though the vineyard isnt matching Amazons offer of 1 shipping for customers who buy three or more bottles.

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jul/06/amazon-next-big-product-wine

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