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Upper Black Eddy, PA, March 15, 2007 . . .In the wake of several TV specials profiling how America’s working class is struggling to keep their heads above water, international best-selling author and motivational speaker, Jim Donovan, is offering a new seminar “Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck,” developed to help people increase their income without quitting their jobs or risking their savings. And, it is being offered at no cost to qualifying associations, non-profits and church groups.

“Watching CNN and Oprah reports about the number of hard working Americans who are having financial trouble and being buried in debt, I noticed something significant,” Donovan explains. “Virtually all of the people interviewed said there was ‘nothing they could do’ and that they felt powerless to change the situation.”

Donovan’s position is that this is absurd in one of the wealthiest nations in the world, at a time of more opportunity than ever before in history. The problem, he says, is that most of us were taught that our only income source is our primary job and that we have no control over our income.

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Donovan’s seminar teaches people how to first develop a prosperous mental attitude and then provides them with several distinct ways they can increase their income, regardless of experience and starting with little or no money. Each of the practical, easy to implement cash flow strategies he teaches are based on his own real world experience and are proven to work.

“If someone has the right attitude, a desire and is willing to take some action, they can create whatever level of income they desire,” Donovan promises.


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Jim Donovan, is the author of several critically acclaimed self-help books, published in more than 20 countries, an inspiring motivational speaker and life coach. For a bonus gift and subscription to his "Jim's Jems" ezine visit his Web site.

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Just curious... by Katarina Olszkea on Monday, Mar 26, 2007 at 1:52:50 PM
If it didn't I would have starved to death yea... by Jim Donovan on Monday, Mar 26, 2007 at 4:21:39 PM