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Your product is you. Whether it’s skills or information, talent or technique; you can market yourself a million different ways. The question is, can you deliver what you say? Do you deliver what you promise?
The answer to these questions will determine whether you actually possess what it takes to make money fast and build income online over time. Before we examine those more thoroughly, there are some things to address individually.
4 Questions To Answer on your Way to Wealth
• What is your skill?
• How can you apply it?
• Where is the market for it?
• What is your limit?
These four questions will help you determine how difficult the path is, ahead of you, to make money online. Let’s explore them a little further.
The hidden truth about passive income is. It doesn’t happen without first laying some ground work. This applies to financial investments, writing a blog; establishing any kind of career. You have to set up a foundation if you want to earn. That’s the first and most important step.
The next step and of similar importance to consider is Resource Management.
You’ve Got the Tools but They’re in the Toolbox
Part of accomplishing earnings is putting what you know to work. Consider a moment.
If you establish your blog as a resource, what is it to support? Even if you manage it part-time, your library (blog) earns dividends when others view and use it for information. The more you write the more you have to offer. The key is ensuring what you say is applicable. This means what you say you’ve either practiced or witnessed at work. You’ve used the tools in your toolbox to earn you cash. If you can’t or aren’t using them then you’re missing out on a valuable resource.
On second thought, maybe education is not your tool or resource. Perhaps your time is a resource. If you have an expertise, especially in writing and editing, allow others to put it to work for you. Then you can focus your efforts on what you do well. Allow a service such as FiveRR to manage transactions while you put your expertise to work for you.
The Key is Management. Time management, resource management – What’s the best use of your time? Discovering this will ensure you’re earning the maximum return on your investments.
In an interview some time ago, a writer equated being published with giving birth to a child. With each work she said, you essentially create something new, a new life; then give birth to it, and after release (presumably by a publisher) – watch it grow and accomplish what it will; developing to its own potential.and finding its own space out there amongst the noise.
As a writer myself (male) I too equated the process of writing with giving birth or creating a new life from my thoughts. Essentially creating a world or something I hope the reader would enjoy and return in the form of profit to take care of me in my elder years.
The thing is, and it’s true specifically for new writers, the writing process and being published; can be so much like childbirth that some even turn to medications to “help” get through the process. As some see it medications can ease the pain of delivery. Yet what price do you pay?See the completion of this thought