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Patrick Saint-Jean
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Swiitching Stores: an effective utilisation of resources.

Published on 12/12/2011
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Robert Kiyasaki is well known in the business world, particularly in internet marketing, for his revolutionary ideas on what makes people rich and what makes some people poor. Internet Marketers are familiar with the book "Rich dad, poor dad". One particular idea that mirrors the ideas of "Rich dad, poor dad", is the idea that people should learn to make money from themselves. It is the same things as finding economical ways to do things. The idea that the individual should see himself or herself as an enterprise, one that seeks to use all its resources effectively and also duplicate and multiply its efforts and resources in order to attact more resources or create more resources. The first component, learning to be efficient, is one that depends on continous learning, improvement in skilss and know-how. As we increase those attributes, we find less need to spend money on essential things for ourself and our business(es). Those things are essential for effective functioning of our business or our enterprise, so by us learning how to do them, we in effect have saved ourselves a necessary expenditure. Thus, we have added value to ourselves and our enterprise. The second component is one of duplicating our efforts and or resources. In particular, it is about duplicating our resources or making our resources work for us. It is not unlike the principle of investing. It is simply an idea which says that, a person can learn to build wealth just by utilising the money that is spends on a regular basis to buy necessary household products. Instead of spending the money to buy the products at an outside entity, the person need only to switch stores, and purchase those necessary products from his or her own businesses. There are two important things to note about that. The first thing is that the person is not buying more products than he or she is already buying anyways. This is not new money, this is money that is already being spent. The only thing occuring is that the person is buying the products from his or her own store as opposed to somebody else's store. The second thing to note about this is that the person is not spending more that what is normally spend month after month, so there is no need to change purchase patterns. This is the principle behind buying regular household products like, Shampoo, vitamins, cosmetics, and meal replacement products from a company like Sisel International, which manufacture safe products, without toxins and dangerous chemicals, which have been found in regular household items. The products are safer and represents a simple switch in stores, thus enabling the individual to make money from his own resources. Patrick Saint-Jean E-mail:
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