Push The Baby: Web-link-Business Helps Birth Info-Entrepreneurs Brain-child

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Weblinkbusiness trains income-opportunity seekers to avoid land-mines of e-business while accessing online goldmine. The site offers teaching for newbies to develop a business mindset and shorten their learning curve and start-up cost. Customized e-course starts with a test-ride of 30 minutes daily consultation for subscribers.

Eighty one percent of Americans intend to start some sort of business. Half of these opportunity seekers are believers. And already, 74% of the wealthy operate their own business. These factors have prompted more and more people to surf the net for business opportunities. This thinking is reinforced by lack of job security, lay-offs, downsizing and corporate mergers.

"There are no job securities, all you have is opportunities," says Uzo Onukwugha, the Chief Spiritual Officer of Weblinkbusiness.com. "To achieve financial success, people have to express themselves and take control of their lives and destinies"

Weblinkbusiness.com positions itself to help solve some cash-flow problems for start-up businesses. The site teaches business opportunity seekers how to avoid pitfalls of get-rich-quick-mentality and navigate the landmine of Internet landscape. And more importantly, how to mine online gold. The individual info-entrepreneur is shown how to develop business mindset--the most important asset. The e-training course centers on the business owner: "Not what type of business but what type of person is running the business?"

To test-ride their services, weblinkbusiness offers a 30 minutes free business consultation (work days only) for start-up info-entrepreneurs. This is a customized one-on-one teaching that centers on the inner game of wealth creation and financial independence. Business is simple if someone provides a step-by-step blue-print. "The best way to know a road is to ask those who have traveled it," says a Japanese Proverb.

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