Entrepreneur & Founder of 3 Step Plan Andy Willoughby
Reviews Tips: How to Start a Home Business
Friday May 28, 2010 - 17:08 PM EDT
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Author: 3 Step Plan
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KANSAS CITY, MO -- (Marketwire) -- 05/28/10 -- Entrepreneur Andy Willoughby and founder of the 3 Step
Plan, a home-based business system, was recently featured in an interview regarding how to launch a new
business during an uncertain economy.
The interview with Valerie Jennings, CEO of Jennings Social Media Marketing, is available at
For Willoughby, the only way to become debt-free is to live the American dream. "I think the easiest way to
actually be able to increase your income is to become an entrepreneur and develop your own business. People
want financial freedom, but they don't want their lives to be consumed by work. You can earn a good income
but also have a life too," said Willoughby.
Willoughby explained that the potential to earn unlimited income inspired him at an early age. "I found out
very young in my life that I would rather be captain of a rowboat than first mate of a battleship. I didn't want
someone else telling me how much I could earn. I always wanted to have that ability to decide for myself."
He cites network marketing as the simplest way to start a business because it's inexpensive and you can start
part-time. Willoughby uses his 3 Step Plan as a tool to begin working from home. "The 3 Step Plan is a way
that a person can invest $35 to actually start their business, and the rest is all sweat equity," he said.
Learn more about Andy Willoughby and the 3 Step Plan: http://www.3stepplan.com or
Entrepreneur Andy Willoughby developed a program that strives to reach three important goals: to get at least
one adult in the family back in the home full-time, help individuals get out of debt and improve overall quality
of life. The 3 Step Plan is the one home business system that has survived the test of time. After nearly 10
years of helping families build home businesses, it is still going strong. Twitter @3stepplan
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