About Us

From From The Desk of Tracey Martin:

Tracey Martin
Tracey Martin

Hi, my name is Tracey Martin. I live on the northern beaches of Sydney, Australia, and I have two children.

In 2002 when I was pregnant with my second child I made the decision to leave my own small business in software design and development, which I had run successfully for eight years, to concentrate on being a mum. I had always loved working because I loved what I did and whilst I enjoyed the freedom, and luxury, of being a stay-at-home mum I missed the mental challenge of my work. Over the years I dabbled in a few different online businesses, but overall found the process to be tedious, detached and ultimately not very stimulating or rewarding. I also tried being a consultant for a beauty company, but I really didn’t want to be spending my evenings and weekends traipsing around holding parties and my days driving around delivering products for very little financial reward.

I wanted something I could sink my teeth into, something that would be mentally stimulating and rewarding, something that I could do part-time so I could still be a hands-on mum, and something with the potential to really help me help my children financially into the future.

And I found all that, and more, in this business. I love what I’m doing now and am genuinely excited to be able to offer others the chance to achieve the significant personal growth and success that I myself have experienced, and continue to experience, through this opportunity.

The Power Of Vision:

As you think about beginning your own home business, the “vision thing” is important for you, too. What kind of life do YOU envision? If you’ve never dared to get out of your comfort zone, even in your thoughts, here are some very realistic “visions” of the kind of life a home-based business can bring you…

  • Visualize being able to work flexible hours in the comfort and privacy of your own home, with no commute and no dress code.
  • Think about not having to spend 40 or more hours a week with that particularly annoying coworker who seems more like a cell-mate.
  • Imagine not having to beg for time off to do something so simple but so all-important as cheering at your son’s big playoff game or attending your daughter’s school play.
  • Imagine taking your family on trips to places you never dreamed you’d see. You won’t have to ask anyone for the vacation time, of course!

I urge you to think about how much better life could be for you and for your family. I also urge you to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity to become your own boss, a self-confident entrepreneur living up to your full potential.

To Your Success!


Tracey Martin