More Fun, Less Stress and the Time to go Boating.

What is your idea of freedom?

Can you imagine what it would be like to be truly independent?

Do you crave the privilege to walk slowly?

Are you a slave hurrying to satisfy the demands of others?

Would you prefer to spend more time with you Wooden Boat, to slow down, to work on her at its proper rhythm'?

Perhaps you dream of sailing off into the sunset, exploring the world in your Wooden Boat.

You can turn those dreams into reality!

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Or read what other SBIers have to say.

"My goal was to build an online business that would generate an income equal (or greater, of course) to the salary I was earning. And also wouldn't be dependent on any country's economy (as my country's economy is in shambles...)."

~ Elad Shippony

"Because my online business runs virtually on automatic pilot these days, I will have the freedom to travel to Japan this December to visit my daughter who is teaching high school there. Since my products are downloadable, maintaining my business and dealing with any customer service issues from Japan will be a simple matter of checking my e-mail accounts via the Net once a day.
Life just gets better each day."
~ Shaun Fawcett

"What can I say? Life has never been better. Being Free is something that can't be paid for. It's not that I work less, I probably work more than I ever did, but I do it on my own terms. It doesn't feel like work at all.I am confident that I will never have to work for others again unless I want to!"
~ B. Bradtke

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