I launched my own online marketing agency in 2010, but I didn’t launch a real online product until a few months ago (Millennial Money Course). My co-creator Matt and I had a phenomenal 5 figure launch the first few days (and we launched on a holiday weekend because we wanted to control the sign ups). Putting together the course was an insane amount of work, but the best thing about creating a digital product is that you only have to create it once and then you can keep selling it. There are some people, like my fellow personal finance blogger Michelle, who absolutely kills it selling online courses – she makes over $100,000 a month on her course! Insane.
You already watch plenty of videos online, so why not make a little extra money while you’re doing it? Swagbucks is a site that rewards its users with gift cards for taking surveys, watching certain videos, or conducting web searches with its search engine. You earn points by participating in Swagbucks activities and you can then redeem those points for gift cards or cash back from PayPal.
Phew. Thanks for reading to the end. I hope this was helpful. Be careful out there and best of luck making money online. If you have been doing this for a year or so, just keep going. You will get there. While it’s a ton of work, it’s pretty sweet making money online. 🙏
After determining the market value of your product or idea, the next thing to do is to appraise its monetary value. No one is going to hand out millions of dollars to you for your idea when you don’t even know what your idea is worth. MsDos was sold by some programmers to Bill Gates for $50,000; and Bill Gates went on to become a billionaire with the same idea. Now how did Bill Gates achieve such a feat? How did he build a billion dollar company from a simple idea? The answer lies in intellectual property protection.
Luxury cars, private jets, and yachts, mansions and bla bla bla.Do you really think you can make $100,000 in one single month? I do, but not with something like this. Let’s break down this “program” and settle all the bullshit behind everyone trying to promote this kind of scam.
I’m a 43 yr old Mother of 3 boys, married and living pay check to pay check. I want to learn how to invest smart. I’ve been working since I was 16, I wish I was taught this in my 20s. I want to become a millionaire before I’m 60.
While some of these are great ideas..others, like Mechanical Turk seem to take a lot of time for very little $. The eHow seems to work. Another suggestion while you are looking for work is to list your resume at sites that pay you when potential employers download your resume. They collect a fee and give you part of it. Resumark.com even pays you when people you’ve invited have their resumes downloaded. I think it’s about $1 for your own resume and $.50 for people you’ve invited..again, not going to get rich but might as well get paid for looking for a job!
What’s even more interesting is that every time I got on the phone with one of these millionaires, they explained how they appreciated that I respected and valued their time as most people send them email asking for free advice.
Liveops – Liveops is a call center that allows you to work from home. Once your set up to take the calls, you can begin making a weekly schedule and working from home. The pay is generally close to $10/hour, but you can earn more with commissions.
You can become the kind of person who does highly influential work. Your work can solve pressing problems, improve people’s lives, and get noticed by important people who share your work not for your sake, but for theirs! Sharing your work makes them look good because of how great it is.
In 1991 former Falklands War Para Tony Banks identified an opportunity in the care sector to provide a new standard of privately owned and operated care homes. He bought Lisden House in the countryside setting of Kirriemuir and spent more than a year and £750,000 to convert the private house into an industry-leading care home that residents and their families would enjoy and be proud of.
I couldn’t disagree more. The concept of systematic saving and hoping for a solid average return in the markets isn’t something that I believe in anymore. I’m 32, and have been investing in the markets since I was 18, under the assumption that if I set up automatic contributions throughout my life I would ultimately be “rich”. I started by maxing out my SEP-IRA and then by maxing my Roth. I invest monthly in a range of products, again, all with the goal of cost averaging the market to my benefit over time. Fast forward 14 years from when I began, and I have accumulated less than $60k. My invested dollar amount exceeds my current total, as it did even at the recent market highs in 2007. In other words, investing for the long haul doesn’t work like it used to, particularly for my generation. The first decade of wage earning is the most important in terms of compounding interest, and we have just experienced a completely lost decade. The hopes for recovery to make up for that lost decade (14 yrs in my case) do not appear reasonable. David
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I appreciate your kind words. Thank you. My Millionaire Mentor is nothing like what it pretends to be. It’s not a generous millionaire offering to help you become a millionaire too. It’s all a lie told by a charlatan trying to steal your money.
“If the US Government was a family, they would be making $58,000 a year, they spend $75,000 a year, & are $327,000 in credit card debt. They are currently proposing BIG spending cuts to reduce their spending to $72,000 a year. These are the actual proportions of the federal budget & debt, reduced to a level that we can understand.” – Dave Ramsey
Well, actually, very often a million is pretty cool. Not everyone is going to be a VC-funded $100 million hotshot. Sometimes it’s nice to make a million dollars, be your own boss, and use that financial freedom to catapult to success.
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This is good advice. Especially about increasing your standard of living slowly. I am almost 30 now and I have spent the larger part of my 20’s increasing my standard of living. While it has been great it has also come with a cost. So I say to everyone, control your spending.
When it comes to self-improvement, investing 10% of your income on yourself will yield a 100X or more return on that investment. For every dollar you spend on your education, skills, and relationships, you’ll get at least 100 dollars back in returns.
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Great post! I simplified your ideas for my 12YO on the way to school this morning. He already talks a lot about going to college & what kind of job he’s going to have when he’s an adult. I’m making it my life’s work to show him that collecting a paycheck is just the most common option–not the only one! Thank you for inspiring a really good conversation today about what being a millionaire can actually look like. 🙂