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Wakefield, NH, United States, 2006/03/17 - Former gymnastics coach and successful businessman, David M. Bresnahan, has created a new website dedicated to helping people start their own business using sweat equity instead of cash.
Many people feel trapped in a dead-end job that offers no hope of true financial success, but they lack the knowledge and experience necessary to start a successful business.
David M. Bresnahan has created a web site offering free business coaching to people who are willing to work one hour a day in their own business. He does not charge for his services and there is no cost to start the business, other than time and effort.
"So many people are stuck working two jobs with a spouse working one or two jobs as well, just to make ends meet. The prospect of attaining financial freedom is virtually non-existent for them. I decided to create this resource to teach people how they can change their financial future if they are willing to put in the time and effort," explained Bresnahan.
FreedomResidualIncome is designed to teach people about the concept of residual monthly payments as a form of secure income. He warns that all business opportunities are not created equal, and many are only created to help someone else get rich.
"The best business is one that runs itself, paying you residual monthly commissions month after month for your initial sale to a new customer. To succeed you need to be at the front edge of a hot trend, not a fad. You need to offer something that people already want, which means you do not need to "sell" them on it," explained Bresnahan. "Too many business opportunities sell products no one would ever buy if it were not for the get rich motivation attached to it," he added.
Bresnahan offers one-on-one personalized business coaching, and serves as a mentor for others to follow. He teaches people how to select the right business, and guides them step by step as they work just one hour a day three or four days a week.
"I teach people to get rich slowly. Anyone who offers a get rich over night scheme is someone to run away from. It is also unwise to sign up to be a part of some opportunity that charges you money to get involved. Usually the only reason there is a charge is so someone can get a nice fat commission. Then they want you to turn around and get other people to do the same as you have done, and so on. Most of those deals are here today and gone tomorrow, and your money goes with them," he warned.
The Internet continues to offer the best opportunity for people who would like to make money working from home. However, just because a business is on the Internet does not mean it will make money. Bresnahan said there are several characteristics to look for in a business.
"Look for a business that offers a product or service that is already in high demand, and part of a growing trend. Make sure it is not just some fad that is short-lived. Next, find a company that offers a complete turn-key business opportunity that does not cost one dime for you to start, and make sure the company offering it has the capability to deliver as promised. The best way to find financial success is to sell a product or service that pays you a commission every month after you make the initial sale.
"The product or service should be so good and at such a great price that customers have no desire to switch to a competitor. If they love what they get they will keep paying for it month after month creating residual monthly commissions for you. As you add more customers each month your pay will grow as well. Before long you can go on vacation and keep getting paid. Residual monthly commissions are far more secure than any other type of pay check," said Bresnahan.
He offers additional information and a free on-line interview to select people who are eligible for free business coaching at FreedomResidualIncome.
Bresnahan once served as USA Men's Gymnastics Team coach, was a member of the Utah House of Representatives, is a successful businessman, journalist, book author, and former radio broadcaster.