If This Is A "Recovery" Why Are We Not Starting To Feel Better?
Jun 10, 2015, 10:00 ET
LONDON, June 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
London Entrepreneur Shows Startup Owners How To Feel Better Sooner
With the recent election now behind us, does the word "recovery" relate to your current business fortunes? For many, the answer is, "No!" So what can small business owners do get themselves out of the limbo they have been in over the last few years?
Recovery Not Widespread Enough
According to London business entrepreneur, David Lee, you simply can not afford to sit back and wait on government. "How can you realistically call this a recovery for small business? I don't! Considering the Bank of England interest rate has been at 0.5% and their £375 billion of stimulus, inflation at record lows, why is business productivity still down in the mire?"
Rather than small business being benefactors of the recovery, it has mostly been the financial institutions that have benefitted. " Unfortunately, those working the hardest since the global financial crisis are mostly the ones still struggling to keep their financial heads above water", says Mr Lee, "Rather than business owners and their families remaining this predicament I am showing them how they can develop, adapt and profit in these turbulent times."
Don't Wait On Governments
Since 2012 Mr Lee has been empowering small business owners at a weekend workshop that he runs quarterly. For a nominal cost he shares his 25 years of small business experience to identify new opportunities, backed up with precise action steps to prosper even in lean economic times. "People like me and other economic strategists like Robert Kiyosaki, Harry Dent and Richard Duncan have forewarned how today's global debt and demographic downturns make this recovery unsustainable. The question is, will you be unprepared for change if change is forced upon you?"
In the years leading up to the 2008 financial collapse Mr Lee co-developed a series of business systems in the property sector that allowed for property acquisition without the need to apply for a mortgage. "At my workshop I explain how to foresee market changes and be ready for them ahead of the competition. It's exactly what I did when developing the 'How to Buy a House for £1' systems prior to 2008."
Learn From Other's Mistakes
People who start a small business usually do so for the freedom, lifestyle and getting back the time in their life that a job mostly doesn't offer. But statistics seem to paint a different picture. Mr Lee's advice is, "It is with dismay how I see people trying to figure everything out for themselves and burning out as a result. People can learn from their own mistakes or learn from my 25 years of eliminating what doesn't work and concentrating on what does!"
David has trained thousands of business and property entrepreneurs over the last 10 years. You can join him on 27th-28th June at the Holiday Inn, Wembley, where he runs his Passion2Profit workshop, simply for the purchase his latest book.
For further details, please refer:
David Lee (Organiser/Presenter)
Email: [email protected]
Telephone (24 hours): +44(020)86261880
Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/I66j8an9eBA
SOURCE Cash Flow Investor Limited
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