(PRWEB) October 26, 2015 -- Kiva is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. They envision a world where all people - even in the most remote areas of the globe - hold the power to create opportunity for themselves and others. Kiva believes in providing safe, affordable access to capital to those in need helps people create better lives for themselves and their families.
In his book Beach Money, Jordan uncovers the secrets to success in network marketing so that anyone can learn how to compress a 30-year career into just 3 to 5 years. He shows people how to design their lives not around their work schedules, but around their free time, turning their yearly income into their monthly income by taking advantage of opportunities that throw off residual income. What is unique about Beach Money is 100% of the profits from book sales go to Kiva. So far Jordan has funded about $350,000 in loans through the sale of Beach Money.
For those that want to get involved with Kiva, there are several outlets by which to do so. One way to get involved is to create a Kiva campaign. Whether you're getting married, celebrating a birthday or racing for a cause, you can make your event truly special. Friends and family can give a $25 loan to your Kiva campaign instead of a traditional gift. When the loan is paid back you can keep lending it out to help others. For even more ways to get involved with Kiva you can go to their website http://www.kiva.org/do-more
Jordan Adler is an entrepreneur, coach and author who has helped hundreds of individuals become successful. Today, he leads a team of over 150,000 distributors within his marketing organization, and continues to grow a successful organization worldwide. He believes that anyone can compress a 30-year career into just 3 to 5 years by shifting their focus and learning some simple skills. He also wants to give back, so he participates in a program to loan money to entrepreneurs desiring to start businesses in impoverished and developing countries around the world. 100% of the profits from his book go to an organization called Kiva (http://www.kiva.org) to help fund these loans. To date, Jordan has helped over 1500 entrepreneurs in developing countries start businesses. Jordan looks for individuals who are ready to change their life and trade in a lifetime of work for a life of their dreams. He asks the question, “Are you working to pay your bills or are you working to live your dreams? The answer to this question will determine your future.”
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