Ono, Options Not Obligations: Enrich Your Personal Life by Rethinking Your Financial Life

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Wordclay, Apr 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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Too many financial obligations make the juicy things in life harder to have.Options, on the other hand, make them all possible.You get to pick.ONO is delicious and available to anyone at any income level.

ONO will teach you the mastery levels of Family First Entrepreneurial thinking which will create options in your life. It will show you how to maintain a work-life balance.ONO gives busy moms and dads the permission they need to love their families more than their jobs-yet still create financial independence.Our children spell love T-I-M-E. Sadly, we have to buy that time.ONO will show you how.

If you're tired of not having a plan that shows promise of breaking loose from the burden of life's financial obligations, you want ONO.At the end of life it will be the people we love, the places we saw, and how we grew as humans that we will remember.ONO will be your blueprint to create the time and money for all of these.

 

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About the author (2009)

Marc's interest in the entrepreneurial world began when he was 8, and by the age 22, he was well on his way to a successful career in business. For the next 15 years he adapted and developed business principles and applied them so successfully that when his first child was nine months old, he was able to semi-retire and become a full-time spouse and parent. He had created the time and money to put his family first.Marc then decided he wanted to teach others about entrepreneurism and creating work/life balance, so he came out of retirement and ONO is the result of that decision. However, as he wrote the book, he discovered that it was really a stepping stone to another higher purpose for him, that of helping bring parents back to their children by helping them become Family First Entrepreneurs as well. So Marc trains and speaks on a limited schedule. So, as he continues his commitment to his wife and his sons, he also helps families and companies learn and apply the principles of ONO.

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