Why the wellness industry makes an ideal online business

Written by Kathy Joyce

Paul Zane Pilzer a world renowned economist became a millionaire beforerepparttar age of 26 after starting many entrepreneurial businesses. He definesrepparttar 117057 term "wellness" as money spent to make you feel healthier even when you aren't "sick" by any standard medical terms. He says thatrepparttar 117058 next trillion dollar industry isrepparttar 117059 wellness industry.

Wellness is onrepparttar 117060 increase as today people are becoming much more aware of preventative healthcare and alternative medicines than 15 or even 10 years ago.

Wellness simply means taking steps to prevent illness such as eating a healthy diet,taking nutritional supplements,self improvement,keeping fit,and using personal care products that are non toxic to you orrepparttar 117061 environment.

He is a best selling author and has written several books one of which is called "The Wellness Revolution, how to make a fortune inrepparttar 117062 next trillion dollar industry"

The internet presents an ideal opportunity to develop a business inrepparttar 117063 wellness industry as more and more people are buying online.The number of people purchasing goods online has doubled overrepparttar 117064 past year to 20 million.

A large proportion of these people are known as baby boomers. They are reaching middle age and onrepparttar 117065 whole are concerned with their health and diet,and are younger in appearance and attitude than their parents were at that age.

They are looking to skin care products, vitamins and fitness programs to keep them young.

Find a company with high quality, consumable products, and a generous compensation plan to ensure your success.

To start an online business you will need a website or webpage to showrepparttar 117066 products andrepparttar 117067 business. This may include a shopping cart to enable visitors to purchase online.

Turn "Rusty Junk" Into eBay Gold

Written by Pete Egeler

Turn Your "Rusty Junk" Into eBay Gold! by Pete Egeler

Often times people to stop to realizerepparttar income potential of their "junk". And, when they DO decide it might be worth selling, they never give eBay a second thought.

As I preach over and over again to my clients, don't ever think that you have something that nobody else would want, unless you've really takenrepparttar 117056 time to do a little eBay research.

I've sold my wife's old tea pots, bowls, AOL CD's, books, etc. that we no longer had a use for. And, it usually brings a lot more cash torepparttar 117057 table than a yard sale or flea market sale would.

Most items in good condition will bring a pretty fair price on eBay if you take just a bit of time to locaterepparttar 117058 correct category for that item.

Then again, there are times when you may have something that really doesn'tlook all that great. What should you do then?

Well, depending upon what it is, you may want to sell it "as is."

Case in point is a lamp I'm getting ready to auction.

It's obvious that this lamp is old. It doesn't work (that I know of,) and it has a bit of tarnish on it. But, I'm NOT going to try and "spruce it up" before I put it up for auction.

Now I don't know squat about lamps. But I DO KNOW, that this particular lamp was made inrepparttar 117059 early 70's. About 1972 I think, andrepparttar 117060 WORST thing I could do is try to "clean" it to make it more presentable.

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