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Listen closely because this is guaranteed to kick off 2014 for you with money in your pocket in 2 weeks or less.

 

I was just given the green light to tell you about this after being sworn to secrecy for the past couple of weeks.

 

A little while ago a few leaders got together to discuss a plan that would eliminate frustration and struggling by proving to people that they can help you finally make some money.

 

That private discussion led to more than 100 leaders and top earners pledging themselves and their teams to the cause.

 

Early Bird Alert: We are launching the Biggest Team Build this industry has ever seen

 

And you are more fortunate than you can possibly imagine because you, as one of my readers, are going to get in before the masses!

 

Our goal is to work together as a team to build your income to $600 a month (residual) in 2 weeks or less.

 

We scoured the internet looking for the best platform to build on, and what we settled on was a program called Wake Up Now.

 

The WUN comp plan caters specifically to team builds:

Get 3 and it’s free. Then you and I and the rest of your upline help those 3 each get their 3 which puts you in the 600 Club, making $600 a month with only 12 people under you.

 

I’m placing my Early Bird readers first, on a first come first served basis.

 

 

It starts here…

Step 1: Go to

http://pamschmidt.wakeupnow.com/

and sign up for free by filling the form and clicking the green button.

That will make you a Customer. You still need to upgrade to an IBO.

 

Step 2: Login to your WUN back office and click on Product Suites. (near the middle of the page)

 

Step 3: Look for WakeUpNow Platinum Package and click on the Add to Cart button.

 

Step 4: Follow the prompts to checkout and pay the $99.95.

 

Step 5: Send me an email to : pamschmam@gmail.com and tell me you are in and upgraded. Include your payment details or receipt as proof as well as your IBO number so I can find you.

 

 

Those of you who know me, know that when I send out an early bird alert like this, those who act fast – without delay – always reap the benefits

 

 

See you on the inside,

 

Pam Schmidt - teacherpreneur

 


 

http://pamschmidt.wakeupnow.com/  

 

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What is a Global Wealth Network?

It's a  group of people who have come together to build income through pooling their efforts toward a common goal.

 

The teams insure that everyone in that community benefits financially

  • financial growth

  • financial stability

Leverage and Collaboration In Global Wealth Networks

What is a Global Wealth Network?

It's a  group of people who have come together to build income through pooling their efforts toward a common goal.

 


 

 

The teams insure that everyone in that community benefits financially

  • financial growth

  • financial stability

 

Within a global wealth network, members look opportunities to develop products and services that offer generate cash flow & residual income.

 

 

Then members of the global wealth network take these products & services, and invest in it themselves. And these products and services attract others who also need them too.

 

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It is extremely important for parents to recognize they aren't completely able to hide financial stresses from their kids.  Financial Stress Affect Kids More Than We Think.

 

Today's blog post talks about the importance of recognizing that YOU CAN have an amazing life, regardless of your financial circumstances.  And your children will reflect the attitudes that you demonstrate daily in facing various kinds of stress.

Financial Stress Affects Kids More Than We Think

Financial stress is a common impact on families around the world.  Studies have shown stress in the parents can impact the health of their children.  

 

Picture this scenario: Parents are working to make financial ends meet and to have enough time to spend with the family.  Stress builds up, and has the potential to bring out increased risk of health problems for all the members of the family.

 

These financial problems affect more than just the sole parent...studies show that chronic stress can be "contagious" and bring detrimental effects on children.

 

Parent Stress Affects Kids In 3 Ways: 

 

  • Ambient stress affects kids. Parents fool themselves in believing they keep their worries from their kids.  But kids are intuitive, and can pick up on the parent's stress.  Kids notice the slightest change in behavior.  They might not hear the words you are whispering, but they can sense the emotions you are feeling. As a parent, you are the center of your child's universe, and when the balance of a child's universe is wobbling, he responds to it.
  • Financial hardships can change a child's life and routines.  As the financial resources change, the family cuts back on the things they used to do, such as going to the movies, eating out, and taking vacations. If a parent lost a job, it brings changes that are unsettling for everyone in the family. Routines are a source of comfort for kids, and when those routines change, kids usually do not understand the reasons for it. If a family loses their home in foreclosure, the children also must find a way to feel "at home" in a new, downsized living situation. Any of these scenarios press on the comfort and reliability factors for kids.
  • When parents are pinching pennies, kids can't always get what they want. This can affect birthday and holiday gift routines.  Children have expectations tied to these big days.  And when their expectations aren't met due to cutting back, it can lead to anger and conflict for the child.

 

 

 Signals of Stress in Kids

The signs of stress can vary from subtle to extreme.  Children who are stressed may display the following:

 

  • Eat less or more
  • Sleep less or more
  • Show less interest in activities they usually enjoy
  • Have problems at school, such as lower grades or behavioral difficulties
  • Be more moody than usual
  • Complain of aches and pains, especially headaches and stomachaches, that don't seem to have a medical explanation. (It's important to get any complaint checked out, though, before you attribute it to stress.)


    There are also links that show an increase the risk of mental illness. According to David Code, author of Kids Pick Up On Everything: How Parental Stress is Toxic to Kids, a parent's level of chronic stress can alter their child's make-up.

     

    A recent study on prenatal exposure to maternal depression also found that women who are depressed or anxious during pregnancy can actually silence the stress-hormone-receptor gene in their child. When this gene is silenced, it can be extremely difficult to cope with adverse situations, leaving a person more vulnerable to developing mental disorders.

 

 

So it is extremely important for parents to recognize they aren't completely able to hide financial stresses from their kids.  Financial Stress Affect Kids More Than We Think.

 

 

My next blog post will cover What Parents Can Do When Financial Stress Affects The Family

 

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 Is your emergency fund empty? Mine was a year ago. However after joining arms with Create Lifestyle Freedom, I've been able to create a very healthy emergency fund. Let me help you fill your jar with $600 every month...starting in the next 30 days. 


 

Pam Schmidt - teacherpreneur

 

http://pamschmidt.wakeupnow.com/

 

 

Critical Steps Parents Can Take

 The top Idea to recognize-kids pick up a LOT more information than you realize.  They pick up on subtle signs, even though they don't completely understand the concept of finances.

Critical Steps Parents Can Take When Financial Stress Affects The Family

Financial stress is one of the top concerns for today's parents.

The following are 10 facts about the financial condition of American families.....

#1 Only 58 percent of Americans have a job right now.

#2 Only 56 percent of Americans are currently covered by employer-provided health insurance.

#3 The median yearly wage in the United States is $26,261.

#4 The average American household is carrying $75,600 in debt.

#5 Only the top 5 percent of U.S. households have earned enough additional income to match the rise in housing costs since 1975.

#6 At this point, American families are approximately 7.7 trillion dollars poorer than they were back in early 2007.

#7 The poorest 50% of all Americans now own just 2.5% of all the wealth in the United States.

#8 According to one study, approximately 21 percent of all children in the United States were living below the poverty line in 2010.

#9 Today, there are more than 44 million Americans on food stamps, and nearly half of them are children.

#10 According to Newsweek, close to 20 percent of all American men between the ages of 25 and 54 do not have a job at the moment.


 

Parents Like to THINK They Can Buffer This Stress From Their Kids

But They Are Only Fooling Themselves

 

 

 

Critical Steps Parents Can Take

 The top Idea to recognize-kids pick up a LOT more information than you realize.  They pick up on subtle signs, even though they don't completely understand the concept of finances.

 

So if you need to have a difficult and emotional conversation with your spouse regarding finances, do it when the kids are not around. And waiting until the kids go to bed probably won't work. (If you ever were a kid who heard your parents have a heated discussion while you were in bed, you know what I mean.)

 

 

Avoid those off handed remarks that give the clues to kids that things are in trouble.  Don't make remarks like, "We'll roof the house next year, IF we still HAVE this house!" Children's basic concrete understanding of life may lead them to think they will be homeless tomorrow.  

 

 

Have a Simple, Yet Honest Talk With Your Kids

 

Include your kids in some of the discussions related to your financial situation.  Be honest while giving them the facts in simple terms.  Talk about how there is less money available than there used to be.  Talk about some changes you will be making in terms of what you buy and what you do.

By using the right words and demonstrating an action plan, you can demonstrate the confidence you and your children need to face financial stress. . . So be positive!

 

 

Remember that parents are the core of their children's universe. And they will reflect the emotions and actions they see demonstrated in you.

  • Reassure children that they will have a place to live and enough to eat, and you will be with them. Use this time to point out that the love of your family is what is constantly surrounding them. You might think this is obvious, but kids need to hear these things clearly stated.
  • Include your children in brainstorming ideas to save money. For example, would they enjoy homemade pizza night instead of going out to a restaurant? How about having breakfast for dinner? Have them think of inexpensive entertainment ideas, like family movie night with a DVD and popcorn, game night, or having friends over for a potluck dinner. Talk about gifts you might make rather than buy. Approach this as a fun challenge, almost a competition to find ways to save, yet have fun.
  • Look for signs of stress in your child.
    • increased moodiness
    • less interest in activities he usually enjoys
    • changes in eating/sleeping patterns
    • academic or behavioral problems
    • aches and pains, especially headaches and stomachaches, that don't seem to have a medical explanation. (It's important to get any complaint checked out, though, before you attribute it to stress.)
    Talk to your child's doctor if your efforts to reassure him or her aren't helping.

 

Don't get me wrong - financial stress is not anything to take lightly.  It truly is a big burden to parents when faced with a financial downturn.  But it is critical to recognize the abundance of riches found in being a family.  Your family can actually become closer in finding a way to handle financial difficulties. That is the way to help your children learn how to take positive action in their own lives!

 

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