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Small Farmer Shares Success Story
September 13, 2010
Howdy folks,

Small Farmer Shares Success Story

Stop what you are doing for a moment and think about this:

Everyone knows how hard it can be to make ends meet while living on a small farm.

Most of us must have a job in the city and commute back and forth to work which can be very draining of our energy and time.

What if you could make a good income right on your farm (as Iím doing), or home office by writing what you are passionate about, and in doing so, helping other people live a more successful life?

What if you could accomplish your dreams sitting in your home office not having to go to ďa jobĒ each and every morning. I canít express enough how much I enjoy waking up, doing my chores and then sitting in my home office working on a writing project. I donít have to fight traffic, answer to a boss or even punch a time clock. Itís all under my control.

Your home based business will provide you with an incredible feeling of self-worth simply because you are helping others live happier, fulfilling lives.

Seems to good to be true? Itís not.

Iím a simple farmer. I raise black Angus cattle (60 head), Bore Meat Goats (41 head), plus I have few chickens, horses and dogs. I love my Great Pyrenees! But, itís something Iíve dreamt of for a long time.

And now, SBI has given me direction and guidance that I so desperately needed. All I had to provide is the ďBAMĒ, (brains and motivation).

Hereís the best part: No experience necessary!

Donít ignore this one. Do yourself a favor. This could be your ticket to personal satisfaction and financial freedom too.

Follow the link below and check it out. I guarantee youíll be convinced in less than 2 minutes.

I Love SBI!

To your success,

Steve Robinson

Have a tip to share? E-mail steve@self-sufficient-farm-living.com

This Tip of the Week was reprinted with permission from Self Sufficient Farm Living, 4007 Dabney Rd. Jerusalem, AR. 72080 Copyright 2010. All rights reserved.


Thank you for allowing me share just a little part of what I'm so proud of. And, I hope your journey to become more Self Sufficient is going well. Keep up the good work!

Visit: Self-Sufficient-Farm-Living.com to learn more.

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