I remember the big promises of how we can be assured of staying warm because of the huge amount of natural gas resources America now has access to right under our feet. The Marcellus Shale project has resulted in paying for gas rights to property owners, and has resulted in drilling going on across many states. A relative of mine reported to me how she got money back on her gas bill one month due to the abundance and lowered prices. Then the prices went up. This is when we switched to IGS energy in Ohio.
The big natural gas projects were not being fulfilled to the degree everyone was expecting when the price of oil dropped drastically. Some people think it was a conspiracy of the oil-producing nations to use our market-driven forces to cripple the growing natural gas extraction industry. I am not sure about that. Continue reading
Some guy knocked on my door telling me all the money I could save if I switched to the electricity company he was selling. I have heard it all before. So much that I looked into it for myself when I went to visit site online that had the details. When you talk to those people knocking on your door who want you to switch right there, you can miss the details in the fine print. Can you save money on your electric bill by switching? Yes. However, you need to be with the right company.
You need to first look at your usage. Some companies have a minimum amount of kilowatt hours you must use each month or pay more on your bill. Some contracts with power companies are fixed rate, and some are variable rate. The variable rate can suddenly change. It is better, in my opinion, to go with a low fixed rate per kilowatt hour. Continue reading
PROBLEM SOLVING…The Secret Of Recognizing Opportunity
Problems are opportunities – this is the fundamental mindset every entrepreneur must understand.
The “secret” of entrepreneurship is simply this:
By solving other people’s problems you create success for yourself.
Here’s a problem I’m passionate about and have found a solution for…
Statistics report only 20% of people love their job. The problem is, the majority of people (80%) do not. The underlying problem is people are not living to their full potential which leaves them unsatisfied and unfulfilled. Continue reading