The following article was just published this morning in the USA Today and it says a lot about what we as Americans are working towards.
WASHINGTON-Sales of new homes fell for the third-consecutive month in
July, a sign that housing remains a drag in the economy. If the
current pace continues, 2011 would be the worst year for new homes sales
on records dating back half a century. New homes represent less than a
fifth of the housing market, but they have an outside impact on the
economy. Each home built creates an average of three jobs and $90,000
in taxes, says the national association of Home Builders.
High unemployment, larger required down payments and tougher lending
standards are preventing many people from buying homes. Plunging stocks
and a growing fear that the U.S. could tip back into another recession
are also keeping people from entering the troubled housing market. “A
new home is a luxury that many Americans can no longer afford”. The
troubled housing industry is hurting the broader economy. After
previous modern-day recessions, housing contributed up to 20% to U.S.
economic growth. That has fallen to 4% following the Great Recession.
My dear friends, there is no doubt that our modern economy is in bad
shape. There are a lot of people who still think the construction
industry is going to get better because they see a building here or
there going up. Numbers don’t lie. Before the agriculture era there
was hunting, along came the agriculture era and the hunter was no longer
needed. The industrial era has replaced the agriculture era, what do
you think is going to happen to the agriculture era now that that we
leave in the information era? It has already been here since 1989 and
it’s only getting better. Wouldn’t you like to be Bill Gates or Zack
Zuckerburg the founder of Face Book? What do you think these
multibillionaires know that we don’t? We have in our hands the power to
stand in front of this new trend. Do you know what the trend is? It’s
called: “Product DISTRIBUTION without over head” or “Network Marketing”.
According to the MSNBC News Room, two days ago, the business to be in.
According to self-made billionaire Robert Kiyosaki :”The Business of
the 21st century”. The internet is revolutionizing the way products are
brought to the market. Through FHTM we are nothing more than another
distribution point for the companies we represent, the difference is, we
don’t have the overhead of traditional stores. Remember Circuit City?
How about Block Buster? Or Borders? Did you know the Post Office is
closing 2000 locations throughout the country? J.C. Penney has closed 9
stores nationwide. What are you waiting for? Let’s go out there and
share this amazing distribution model with everyone we can.