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Taking Care of Business Charlene Kelley

          The owner/operator of (Mo) Money is not a stranger to hard work, helping others and working on an extremely tight budget. However, this lady is on a mission and has found that although working for yourself, may take more hours per week, the payoff is well worth your effort. Charlene Kelley has finally become free of the everyday, punch a clock, hum drum of an hourly J.O.B. Instead, she works from her beautiful river home, working with other affiliates in a relaxing atmosphere.

Charlene had a wonderful career for thirty nine years as a Registered Nurse. Her titles have ranged from director of nursing at a multitude of facilities to leader of tuberculosis control, throughout the state of Kentucky. She has assisted in writing Bills in state government and reorganizing companies to bring them up to JACO standards. She was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel by Governor Martha Layne Collins September 1986. Every employee has been sad when she moved on to the next level of her career. She has also been a gigantic help to her family. She has cared for her father, mother, brother, sister, daughter, grandchildren and countless others throughout the years. “I have taken care of people all over the state of Kentucky,” Charlene explained.

“I want to help people have the tools to enhance their lives, achieve their dreams and encourage them to never give up!”

After working for so many years Kelley decided it was time for a change. She was unsure what it was going to be, but in 2011 her mother fell ill and the everyday demands of nursing was not conducive for her, any longer. She knew one thing for sure, her mother was now taking precedent over hourly wages. Plus the scheduling for twenty four hour care kept her extremely busy and there were not enough hours in the day. Next her aunt’s health was failing and she was losing the majority of her hard earned money, through an investment company. Although it wasn’t much, it was enough to pay for her care. “I began to research ways to secure her finances, in hopes I could provide the best care possible when needed. I studied investors which included Warren Buffett, Michael Masterson and Bill Gates, to name a few. All I came up with was forest land and GOLD!”

The search was on! Finally, her prayers were answered. Dr. Dennis Steigerwald introduced her to Karatbars International, a worldwide movement into the new economy with Gold as the international money. Steigerwald was a former world renowned Chiropractor and became disabled due to a horrible automobile accident. He was financially destroyed. Now he is purchasing a home on Shelter Island in New York. Once he discovered the financial possibilities he contacted Charlene and explained, “I have an opportunity for you to own your own business and work from home.”

Shortly after, Charlene became an affiliate and opened (Mo) Money, which is an e-commerce company. She earns money and acquires gold. Her new business allows time for travel, spending time with family, and when needed caregiving for her loved ones. Kelley no longer looks at the hours as a pay check. “My new international business allows me to earn money, plan for the future, meet people from all over the world, and enjoy the one thing we cannot purchase, which is time.”

“While others are retiring at my age I have started a new and exciting career. It is like having a new lease on life. I want to live well, laugh often and love much until I die.”

Throughout this thrilling ride of life Charlene has continually studied dementia and the complication that accompany the aging process. One fact that she has discovered, to help people with this process, is to stay engaged. Whether it be join a group, open your own business or take classes. Kelley says, “I believe that everyone needs something to keep them engaged and continue self-developing. If you are green you are growing, if you are ripe you’re rotten.”

“I can earn as much money as I desire now. Instead of adding up the hours and calculating my pay check, I now decide how much effort I want to put in, to determine how much I want to earn. My new business allows me to continue to help others dream their dreams,” Kelley stated.

Charlene Kelley is one of the kindest, most caring, understanding and knowledgable people I know. She cares about the well-being of her family and friends. Although she has changed careers from health care to entrepreneur/business owner, her motives are still to help others live a life filled with love and wealth. Each decision she makes is based on how this can help someone else. Thank you Ms. Kelley for making the world a brighter place and bringing sunshine with you wherever you go!

For more information contact Charlene: (502) 268-3997

Or Follow her:        Facebook @Charlene Kelley

Twitter @Charlene_Kelley

Written by: Teena Drake

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