…Be it your financial freedom.. or more quality time with your kids and spouse.. or security in old age.. desire to travel the world.. more time for your hobbies or sports.. Or just to help you pay your bills, bless your grandchildren (if you have them), etc.
Conversely, in synergistic and healthy relationships, 1+1 = far more than 2. When two people are continually giving and receiving, the relational bank account continues to grow and expand, providing several intended and unintended benefits.
also don’t you have to be a certain weight and age to do sell blood, i don’t think a 13 year old would be able to do anything on this site, most you need pay-pal accounts for, kids just house clean, babysit, or mow lawns, it doesn’t pay much but so few kids work now-a-days so people will need you more, also may pay more since your the only kid in town working,
You need to join any legitimate (also called elite) survey sites.Legitimate sites pay on time, they don’t offer millions in a week, and they are 100% free to join.They have strong Terms of Services and Privacy Policies.
If you want to do something extremely well, you need to surround yourself with the right mentors. Anything that you’ll ever do well will be the result of high quality mentoring. If you suck at something, it’s because you haven’t received quality mentoring in that thing.
There is no such thing as good debt. Even “good debt” as some coin it is still money that you don’t have easy access to and doesn’t have the 100% guarantee is materializing into a profit later on (a house, for example). However, there are examples of productive and unproductive debt as I will coin it. Productive debt can be a credit card. Yes, every time you swipe a credit card, you are creating debt because it doesn’t get paid off until you pay your statement.
The truth is, the only one that can decide what to do is you. You have to make the choice to earn more. Making a million dollars by 25 may not be important to you. Instead, you’d rather focus on traveling and adventures. That’s okay. But if you do want to be a young millionaire – that’s possible too!
As I teased in this post earlier today, my ‘How To Make Millions’ DVD is 70% off here (remember all the $ from the sale of this DVD goes to charity) for just a few more days during it’s pre-sale…I previously posted this video preview of some of the other great millionaire traders featured on this DVD, but I thought I’d show you some awesome clips from a section I just finished today regarding risk/reward and trade planning…45 minutes out of right now 35+ hours of content, this section focusing on risk/reward…oh baby, this is going to be a GREAT study guide…I hope you enjoy and learn:
After kicking off with your idea alongside your team, you will surely meet some business challenges and some progress. You may decide to maintain status quo and work strictly with your team but if you need accelerated growth and speedy achievement of your goal, then you need to seek out external assistance. You need to form strategic alliance with stronger external teams; teams bigger than yours. This will reduce your overhead and help you grow faster while still running on a lean budget.
Extraordinary businesses are much more about evolution than revolution. Small daily insignificant improvements lead to staggering results over time. Companies such as Google, Uber, Nike and Amazon have not made only one move to amplify their greatness but a series of steps over time. These companies have created un-parallel success due to their belief that success is an inevitable byproduct of doing the little things right. No huge action or silver bullets, instead focusing on achieving legendary business and being better human beings.
The word was first used (as millionnaire, double “n”) in French in 1719 by Steven Fentiman and is first recorded in English (millionaire, as a French term) in a letter of Lord Byron of 1816, then in print in Vivian Grey, a novel of 1826 by Benjamin Disraeli. An earlier English word “millionary” was used in 1786 by Thomas Jefferson while serving as Minister to France; he wrote: “The poorest labourer stood on equal ground with the wealthiest Millionary”. The first American printed use of the word is thought to be in an obituary of New York tobacco manufacturer Pierre Lorillard II in 1843.
Many times I “friend” or add a millionaire on Twitter before I ask to connect. You can start to build a relationship by retweeting or sharing their content. Engage with them first and then connect with them later.
5. IMMEDIATE INCOME PRODUCING INVESTMENTS. You don’t want to RUN a business, you want to OWN businesses. PASSIVE investments that work hard so you don’t have to! The Fastest way to create wealth is by using LEVERAGE when you acquire these passive income streams. When you operate like the rich do, (the banks) you can leverage your money 10 to 1, 40 to 1, or 100 to 1. You can make 100 times more money using LEVERAGE!
I experienced this back in 2011 when I left a company I started with my brother. It was a horrible time and I thought that because of all the success I’d had, I was entitled to assistance. I waited around hoping for someone to give me some magic career opportunity.
The ability to stay calm and in control of your emotions in challenging situations is greatly valued in everyday life and in business as well. Are you able to keep your emotions under control when things don’t go your way? Can you take responsibility for your actions and predict other people’s actions most of the time? Can you apologize directly when you hurt someone’s feelings, no matter how uncomfortable you might feel? If your answer to these questions is yes, then you may be on a good road to become an exceptional leader.
You can become a millionaire by simply buying a single stock and holding onto it for 20 years if it goes up significantly just like you can buy a $500,000 home and have it double in value in 20 years, but that’s a pretty risky proposition. Take a lot of the risk out of the picture by making sure all of your eggs aren’t in the same basket and develop an investment strategy that will provide steady growth over the years..
There are many people out there using fake names and hire people to claim they make tons of money using some made up system. You can find these “actors” on sites like Fiverr.com for example. On that site and other similar ones you can hire anyone to do some acting for you for $5.
Believe you can do it. You can, so don’t let your limiting beliefs tell you that you are not smart enough, talented enough, were not raised in the right location, had the wrong parental instruction, or anything else. If you want it, you can get it.
There are only 4 ways to get capital. Save it. Borrow it. Trade equity for it. Create it. The problem with three of these ways is they take a lot of time. Sometimes many, many years. Do you really want to wait, struggle, beg, and hope–when you can access capital almost immediately, by borrowing it from someone who already has plenty of it and lends money out to anyone who demonstrates they can manage it? READ MORE…
Many users have mentioned how after partaking in a survey for some time, only after a while (around 5-10 minutes) were they notified that they “did not qualify” for the survey and therefore their accounts could not be credited for taking up the survey.
“It’s easier to get rich at 50, even 60 or 70, than it is to get rich at 30,” Siebold says. “There’s no question of that in my mind. Older people have the life experience that a kid just doesn’t have. Maybe [younger people] know more about technology, but we lived longer and know the ups and downs of life. In creating a fortune or financial independence, there are going to be ups and downs. Older people have a great, great advantage to get wealthier way faster. And it’s so ripe for the taking.”
The show’s original three lifelines are “50/50”, in which the computer eliminates two of the incorrect answers; “Phone a Friend”, in which the contestant makes a thirty-second call to one of a number of friends (who provide their phone numbers in advance) and reads them the question and answer choices, after which the friend provides input; and “Ask the Audience”, in which audience members use touch pads to designate what they believe the correct answer to be, after which the percentage of the audience choosing each specific option is displayed to the contestant. In countries where the show is broadcast live, friends selected for Phone-a-Friend are alerted when their contestant begins to play the main game, and are told to keep the phone free and to wait for three rings before answering. Phone-a-Friend was removed from the U.S. version beginning with the episode that aired on 11 January 2010, after it was determined that there was an increasing trend of contestants’ friends using web search engines and other Internet resources to assist them, which unfairly privileged individuals who had computer access over those who did not, and that it was contrary to the original intent of the lifeline, by which friends were supposed to provide assistance based on what they already knew. From 2004 to 2008, the U.S. version had a fourth lifeline called “Switch the Question”, earned upon answering question ten, how to become a millionaire in your 30s which the computer replaced, at the contestant’s request, one question with another of the same monetary value; however, any lifelines used on the original question were not reinstated for the new question. Switch the Question returned as Cut the Question for a special week of shows with child contestants aired in 2014 (in the latter case, it could only be used on the first ten questions).
The event was great. I felt a great energy from Ron and the other speakers. I can’t wait to go to another seminar and to share the great success I already know I will achieve. Ron is a great teacher … Continue reading »