|Reading economic reports is not the most exciting task, but the reality is that we all know the economy
A student of motivational speakers who has listened to Tony Robbins or Kevin Trudeau or Donald Trump or Robert Kyosaki would soon learn the best kept secret of economic success; start your own business.
Not only start a small company, but the best way to succeed and help others along the way is to join a network marketing company.
We were not convinced the network marketing companies we had researched would work or maybe they would work with significant effort and at the expense of many members who could not really afford to get started.
Time for something new.
|We began with the idea of helping MANY people and brainstormed what products would or should people want to buy every month. From that shortlist, we focused on e-books as a way to educate members on most any topic and support authors too. Since e-books were the medium, what charities would best fit our model and we have decided upon those charities that support reading, writing, education or literacy.
Read Write Donate aims to improve the economic outlook of many people with low startup costs and the ability to get all your money back in days, not months.
We teamed up with a mathematician and business consultant, who was able to design the system as mathematically logical, while returning more than 93% of the revenue to members and charities. Since most network marketing groups only pay back about 30%, we knew we had a superior business model.
From there we created a business entity, filed for a patent, created trademarks and you've found us today.
Do keep in mind that Read Write Donate is a work in progress; not to excuse our design or functionality, but more to be aware that RWD will be constantly changing.
With thousands of new members per day and families able to receive checks of $500 to nearly $50,000 per month, you can see why we got excited and so many other people agree.
And to think that pondering the economy can produce such a teach the people to fish mentality. Maybe economics isn't that boring after all...