CHASING MY DREAM

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I’m not into selling but….if the product is good (as it works wonders on me) and by sharing the goodness can help me to sustain our living and the same time a chance to be at home with kids, pursue my passion and thus, helping out my spouse financially to provide the needs for our kids current and future expenses… then a BIG WHY NOT? There’s no part time corporate planner in the market n flexi jobs especially for accountants are so rare. Admit it; we are still much left behind in flexi hours practices. Working from home pun nak kena buat trial programmes with only selected few 

Not everyone chances a date, what more marries a millionaire. And if you are, syukur alhamdulillah. Living in KL with single income is …challenging! We may be able to sustain day to day expenses but what about future savings? We were lucky to have educational sponsorships then but can we rely on that in the future? Plus it’s about time we strive to provide our own rather than hoping for hand downs.

Many whom knew me well would probably be shocked (as I shocked myself) why I agree to join the biz. After learning the biz plan and opportunity that it leads to, I’ll be a complete fool as to let it pass.  The learning experience ever since has not let me down. I am a much better person today. The business knowledge I gained in the past 4 mths surpassed my years in corporate world (thanks to wonderful mentors and partners’ support). I too hope to be a successful businesswoman one day. Yes, I have a dream business of my own. Now I have the time and insyallah soon the capital to pursue that as oppose of slogging through 10-12 hours in the office for a fixed take home salary. Interpersonally, my hubby said that the biz brought out the extrovert in me. I relate to people better these days. You see, I am a proud introvert; hence books are my best friends!

The must something about the biz that is attracting scores of professionals now – doctors, lawyers, engineers. Yes, it deals with superbrand product backed by multi award winning (including Forbes) company and as I said, a chance to generate income for greater savings. Everyone must have dreams or goals in life. Current jobs may not help to realise those dreams. And if there’s a way to it, then it’s only right to pursue that path.

Like any other job, we must work towards it. Not a quick scheme. We must be diligent. It’s fair (as my partner rightly said this) – what we work, we get the results. Even in corporate world at times, what we work, we don’t necessarily get it. Another plus factor, as my another partner rightly said it too..”this dream is more than money, or time, or freedom; it’s a way of life..change our life to make others’ life meaningful as well”. And how noble it is to know that this partner is doing the biz to help her setup a tahfiz school. Makes me want to worker harder to help her realise this dream:) Another partner’s lost an uncle with 7 schooling ,young children and another lost a sister in law whom barely lived her life. Ajal comes at any age.  Make us still breathing wonder, how full is our bucket when our time is up?

This biz even helps the lower income group, single parent to provide better for their charges. It’s a chance to reduce the gap in our income inequalities. Not everyone has business charm like Branson or as tactful as Buffet, a biz like this helps to bring up the entrepreneurship in just about everyone. Now everyone can do business!

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Now, if u think this biz is beneath you..  then syukur alhamdulillah you must have something that is working well for you. For most, this a golden opportunity to help them live n provide better for their loved ones in this capitalist world.  So judge us not, just wish us the best  Better, hope to see you on board. Together we fly high to achieve our dreams.

My dream school

Jo Johnston

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