Esmallbusinessstartup.com's Stay at Home Mom Pays Off $56k in Debt in 6 Months then Creates Animal Trust Funds

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Stay at home mom and founder of esmallbusinessstartup.com, Nadine McNeil, was in financial turmoil and a rocky marriage because of it. She dug her way out of $56K in debt in just under 6 months by creating a highly profitable, sound, yet simple business system. She now helps other stay at home moms start their own online business using the same process. Having met her financial goals her company now donates 5% of every sale to sponsor an animal in a shelter until the animal is adopted.

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Imagine having $56 thousand dollars in credit card debt and no money to pay it. Imagine not sleeping at night, having an ulcer, having bill collectors call every day, and having your spouse about ready to leave because of financial stress. Now image that debt being paid off in less than 6 months and a life that is filled with more joy and reward than you ever thought possible.

It’s the story of Nadine McNeil, founder of e-Small Business Start Up.

“My story is common with being heavily in debt and having marriage trouble because of it. I was a stay at home mom struggling to make ends meet and tried my hand at various odd jobs. I had created lots of business ideas and websites for friends after I learned web design but never thought I could do that for a living until enough of them convinced me that I should!

"I decided that I was going to make a plan to get out of the $56K of debt I was in from credit cards and do it within 6 months. If I could have a successful home based business then I would help other stay at home moms do the same thing and I promised my daughter that we would support our local animal shelters by setting up trust funds for the cats! I really didn’t think it would come to fruition but here I am sponsoring cats and dogs!” says McNeil.

McNeil formed e-Small Business Start Up as a way to earn money doing web design and business set up and it grew to be so much more than her original business plan predicted.

Today the company helps other stay-at-home moms set up a professional website and start selling products either they make themselves or as affiliate sellers so they can have the same income potential as McNeil has had. “We build our customers a website, create a logo to brand their new business and help them on their way to selling online in a matter of days, not months or years. It’s the same concept we have used ourselves,” adds McNeil. “But the most important part is giving back.”

The idea to sponsor animals came from McNeil’s 9-year-old daughter. Having two cats in their house just wasn’t enough. As a result, e-Small Business Start Up donates 5% of the proceeds from every sale to sponsor a local cat or dog until they are adopted by a “forever” family.    

The more sales, the more animals are sponsored. Nadine and her daughter have fallen in love with the animals and now volunteer on adoption days to help place kittens and older cats into loving homes. “We are the voice for these beautiful animals and we want to thank our customers for helping to give them a warm blanket, food and toys. It means the world to us and them,” says McNeil. What’s coming in the future? “We’ve heard of some horses at Lucky Horse right down the street…!”

For more information on how you can start your own #1 home based business idea and sponsor a homeless animal at the same time visit http://esmallbusinessstartup.com

Nadine McNeil is a web designer, graphic editor and entrepreneur. She is also a stay at home mom and complete animal enthusiast.

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