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by  |  07-Nov-2014 07:38

On a warm summer day in 2002, in Charlevoix, Michigan, Richard Joseph’s bad luck began.The lawyer, husband, and father of two was walking across the driveway with a bag of garbage when his bare foot slipped in a puddle of water that had collected beneath his car’s air conditioner. While nothing was broken, the blow prevented blood from reaching his spinal cord.

By August 2007, complications prevented him from working at all — possibly forever.

Joseph describes his mental state after yet another stint in rehab: “I’m moping, pretty much, and right around Christmas time I decided, you know, I’d better get my butt in gear and find something I can do from home.

So, I tried to find work as a lawyer from home, but that was right when Michigan’s economy started to go to hell, and a lot of law firms weren’t outsourcing work.” So he took to the internet, looking for "work from home" opportunities and requesting information from various websites.

In February 2008, "out of the blue," Joseph got a call from a salesman that identified himself as Ron Martino from Push Traffic, with a work from home opportunity.

"I told him what had happened to me, and he said, ‘gee... I know what you’re going through, and I will help you out.’" Martino couldn’t talk him into anything straight away, so he began calling regularly, often just to chat.

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