Do What You Love
Most people believe "doing what you love" is a myth or something only others can do.
Or they believe they cannot earn enough money from what they love. Not necessarily so.
One Step at a Time
That's us. We love porches.
Mary and I don't recommend suddenly quitting your job, but rather just taking one small step at a time to work toward something you love.
There should be no fear in that.
For me, it was always easier to go to work each day knowing I was working toward what I really wanted to do.
Mary and I took something we both enjoy - porches - and turned it into this informational website for porch lovers.
We pinch ourselves every day to realize that what we created also provides us a wonderful full-time income.
We work from our home - actually from our kitchen table.
Some days we put in long hours and some days no hours at all.
The best part is that we both enjoy what we do so it hardly seems like work - even when we are working.
Do you wish that you could do something you love every day instead of the job you have?
A close relative of ours loves Wild West history, you know, Jesse James, Wyatt Earp, Cochise, etc.
- He tells really good stories about the characters of the Wild West.
- He visits Wild West locales, cemeteries, and local museums.
- He talks to locals about their town's history.
- He collects artifacts, books, and photos of the Wild West.
- He even goes to dude ranches.
But he doesn't do anything with his knowledge.
What if he took all that information and put it online for others to see?
- What if he told the stories online, shared the photos, made videos of the Wild West locales?
- What if he created a community of "Wild West history" enthusiasts online where they could share information with each other?
- What if he had an easy way to put it online?
- More importantly, what if he earned income from doing so?
Like you, he has 'acres of diamonds in his own backyard'.
He has immense potential to create a passive income stream solely from the information he already possesses.
We realize that creating an internet business is not for everyone.
But it could be just the right thing for you and your family, especially if you do it "one step at a time"!
Take your desire for something better and combine it with your knowledge of a particular subject or interest.
You will then possess the two key ingredients needed for a successful online business.
That can mean passive income to pay the mortgage, college tuition, utilities or more.
The only other ingredient you need is an easy-to-follow tool to create your internet business.
Use the set of tools we use.
That's exactly what we did. We combined our desire for a new lifestyle with our knowledge and love of porches to create Front-Porch-Ideas-And-More.com.
What Do You Already Know?
What acres of diamonds
might you have? See what others
just like you have done!
Why not make YOUR
And remember, take only one small step at a time...and keep stepping - like we did!
Mary and I recommend you take your first step using the internet tools from SBI (Solo Build It!)
We did and we love our results - we are confident you will love SBI too!
Contact someone at SBI to answer any questions
Is Your Mind Full of Ideas, Experience and Know-How?
Like 'diamonds in your own backyard', Mary and I know you have skills or knowledge
that you can use to literally change your life.
Just take the time to clean out the garage (your mind) and find all of the things you can do or the things you know.
Start from there and let the knowledge you learn from SBI help you as it does us.
Solo Build It!
Solo Build It! Part 2