• Are you tired of 'running to stand still'?

  • Do you work long hours to earn money just to pay the bills, but seldom have enough left over to enjoy the quality of life you want?

  • Are you a successful professional with financial security but have recently started to notice health issues creeping in? Aches and pains, a bit overweight.... have your long hours at work started to take their toll?

  • Are you self-employed and too afraid to turn work away regardless of how much you know you should have a rest or a holiday?

  • Are you a therapist, or a carer who constantly helps others but feels guilty for charging for your skills and your time?

  • Are you a housewife who has foregone financial independence to raise and support a family?

  • Has your pension scheme decreased in value

If you have answered YES to any of these questions, then watch the video below to find out why changing your business model could change your financial and health situation.


The days of trusting banks with our money, healthcare systems with our health, employers for our income and government with our social needs and retirement plans are GONE!

  • Gain financial freedom without the banks
  • Optimise your health without relying solely on the healthcare system
  • Build a PASIVE INCOME working part-time/hours to suit you and your family either alongside or instead of your full-time job
  • Break free from the daily commute, office politics, reduced pensions - INVEST IN YOURSELF, NOT YOUR EMPLOYER!

Success Story 1

Weight loss customer who was so delighted with his results that he became a franchise partner and is helping others to succeed in the same way he did.

Success Story 2

A seasonal worker who loved working as a ski-ing instructor but needed another income stream to see her through the summer months.  She now helps other seasonal workers who faced a similar situation.

Success Story 3

Holistic Therapist who needed a passive income stream to support her time-for-money (bricks and mortar) business and now helps other therapists in the same situation as she was in.

Someday is not a day of the week

Sir Richard Branson