Omaha, NE (PRWEB) September 17, 2005
Phil McMillan had had enough. "My dream was to have my own 'thing'... whatever that might be," said McMillan. He left the corporate rat race, did not look back, and started his own home based business (http://www.whoisphilmcmillan.com). Phil discovered a program, created by Val Smyth, that helps new business builders get up and running with marketing techniques that avoid the typical blunders new businesses usually make.
He had made the decision to look for something he could do from home and be excited about. Actually, he had been through this before. "I looked into several businesses and I jumped in and tried some, but I failed at all of them," said McMillan. Up to that point you could hardly call his story inspirational.
Well, things certainly changed. Phil knew that where there was a will, there was a way. He definitely had the will. The way ended up being a needle in a haystack. His search seemed to take forever, two years to be exact. But he kept going.
And then he found what he was looking for. He read about an opportunity created several years ago by a man who also fumbled his way through various business projects. This businessman, Val Smyth, realized that there are well over 200 million people on this planet who want to have their own businesses that can be set up at home. These millions of potential business owners are responding to cards in the mail, magazine ads, television commercials, newspaper ads, and internet websites. Smyth found a way to get hopeful entrepreneurs to his company and has now helped thousands of individuals in 28 different countries get started on their own dreams and ideas.
Phil then teamed up with Val Smyth. He learned how to set up his business and then how to market that business from the comfort of his own home. Phil now does consulting for prospects who respond to his business (http://www.whoisphilmcmillan.com)... men and women looking for ideas on how to improve a business or how to set up a brand new business at home. McMillan tells everyone his new endeavor was well worth the wait.
You can read Phil's story in more detail by going to http://www.whoisphilmcmillan.com. See how he set up his new career at home and how he gets new prospects everyday to call him or send him an e-mail.
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