None of them was/is originally interested in money. They were good at hardworking. They had vision. They enjoyed doing stuffs. They enjoyed whatever business/niche they were in. They were good at seeing the opportunities and tapping them. They were, to varying extent, workaholics. They had grand ambitions. In each case, money just happened. In some ways, money reflects how much you have been able to give the society because you get money because you give something to society. Money just reflect the value of services you offer to society. Bill Gates became rich because millions of people like you are using Windows based computer right now. That is how the ecnomony works. Value for value. Value for money. Money for value.
You think you’re the only one with a handicap? You think working at Sam’s club 40 hours a week is some sort of hardship?? you should be grateful that you’re one of the lucky few. Yes, lucky. There is millions of us that work hard, have smart business ideas ( and weren’t born with a silver spoon in our mouth – you can take a wild guess to who I’m referring to.) I don’t think it’s wise to put down fellow Americans that go through hardships. I don’t believe you’ll be successful in business too much longer with that attitude. there are certain people, dare I say like you that think that you work hard, got lucky and made a lot of money and think that if someone isn’t doing exactly what you did, they must be lazy and not want to work. I can ponder a guess to who you voted for in the last election but I don’t want to add insult to injury. I hope you change your ways and can start to have some sort of empathy and understanding.
 If you’ve got some free time and don’t live in the middle of nowhere, becoming a Lyft driver can be a very lucrative side hustle that allows you make money fast. And right now, they’ve got a promotion going on where any new driver will instantly get a $300 bonus after completing their 100th ride. If you start now and hustle hard on the weekends, you can probably unlock that bonus within a few weeks of driving (and that’s in addition to your normal earnings).
City-dwellers often don’t use their cars for days or weeks at a time. That idle time can translate to money with services like Getaround and Turo, which let you rent out your car by the hour or day. Earning potential varies by car and location, but standard vehicles typically rent for $30 to $50 per day. Luxury cars and sport-utility vehicles command even more money. Just be sure you talk to your insurance provider before signing up to make sure that you don’t run afoul of the policy.
Using Fiverr is a great way to pick up work. Once you have signed up you can advertise your services. Fiver allows you to create your own gigs, whether you are offering web design, digital marketing, writing, or something else. You can choose how much you want to charge (it can be more than a fiver) and people will then contact you if they are interested in working with you. Fiverr will not only help you get experience if you are just starting off as a freelancer, it will also help you earn some extra cash.

Here’s a good example of how lead sales can work in real life: My second website, Life Insurance by Jeff, brings in a ton of traffic from people who are searching the web to find answers to life insurance questions. While I used to have the website set up so I could sell these people life insurance myself, it was a lot of work to process all the different requests and clients. As a result, I started selling the leads I gathered instead.
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