Which Survey: In the last 12 Months….. employment issues, debt problems, housing problems.

According to Which Magazine:

25% of people, have, or know, friends/family, who have experienced employment issues:
I used to have a recruitment business. I have seen it all!
21% of people, have, or know friends/family, who have experienced debt problems, or sought advice
I did, I know what the have gone through and what could happen to you.
15% of people, have or know friends/family, who have experienced housing problems
I remortgaged to fund my IT business, lost the business, worried about losing the house!

What are you going to do about it?
What are you going to do about your pension? I am 48 this summer, I hear the pension age is now 68 for me, a joke, to get two hundred euro a week.

What I am doing is setting up a webshop to allow some friends around the world, save money on bills they are paying every month: phone, tv, broadband, alarms, electricity.

Then, I share the idea with others to do the same, so my business, can have a shop on evry corner on the internet.

Let me know if you want more information: http://teamireland.acnrep.com/q_index.asp?flag=1&CO_LA=IE_EN

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About Robert Moloney, Coach & Mentor

Robert is an experienced businessman, who attributes his success to working through people to help them realise and achieve their goals. A qualified Electronics Engineer, he has worked in Sales, Sales Management, business Management roles. In addition he has owned and run an IT business and had great success with his Recruitment business. A lifelong member of Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club, he has coached and mentored teams from juvenile to adult. “My passion is in helping people realise their potential, in life, in business or in sport.”
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Which Survey: In the last 12 Months….. employment issues, debt problems, housing problems.

According to Which Magazine:

25% of people, have, or know, friends/family, who have experienced employment issues:
I used to have a recruitment business. I have seen it all!
21% of people, have, or know friends/family, who have experienced debt problems, or sought advice
I did, I know what the have gone through and what could happen to you.
15% of people, have or know friends/family, who have experienced housing problems
I remortgaged to fund my IT business, lost the business, worried about losing the house!

What are you going to do about it?
What are you going to do about your pension? I am 48 this summer, I hear the pension age is now 68 for me, a joke, to get two hundred euro a week.

What I am doing is setting up a webshop to allow some friends around the world, save money on bills they are paying every month: phone, tv, broadband, alarms, electricity.

Then, I share the idea with others to do the same, so my business, can have a shop on evry corner on the internet.

Let me know if you want more information: http://teamireland.acnrep.com/q_index.asp?flag=1&CO_LA=IE_EN

About Robert Moloney, Coach & Mentor

Robert is an experienced businessman, who attributes his success to working through people to help them realise and achieve their goals. A qualified Electronics Engineer, he has worked in Sales, Sales Management, business Management roles. In addition he has owned and run an IT business and had great success with his Recruitment business. A lifelong member of Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club, he has coached and mentored teams from juvenile to adult. “My passion is in helping people realise their potential, in life, in business or in sport.”
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