How often do you spend time on your Smartphone on social media? Chatting or even taking pictures? If you spend more than three hours per day on the phone, then you have an excellent chance to earn with it.
People don’t often believe the rags to riches stories, but there are so many excellent examples out there! Not to say that it’s easy to pull yourself from poverty and debt. But the financial situation can be improved to the extent of becoming a millionaire.
Money might not buy happiness, but getting your personal finances in order will bring so much peace to your life. Money has a lot to do with mindset. If you ask anyone who has paid off a significant debt they’ll tell you feeling in control is everything.
A common theme with any money management or budgeting expert is the recommendation to have a second stream of income. An additional stream of income fosters stability in case other income sources disappear. It could help offset emergencies.
The Government gives away billions of dollars every year in form of benefits, grants, and loans. Deserving citizens can get money for buying or remodeling homes, starting up a business and even going back to school. Most people are unaware that this free money from the government is available.
The word ‘crowdsourcing’ defines itself. It’s all about the outsourcing of work to a crowd of people who would do it for you because you are unable to do it yourself. That’s as simple as you can get. The outsourced work is usually paid work, but sometimes the services are provided for free.
Considering the state of the employment market in recent years, being in the position to pick from two jobs is what might be called a ‘nice problem.’ The choice to switch jobs or stay put is a bit of a problem as decisions like that have lasting career repercussions… or benefits.
Many people get paralyzed when faced with financial choices. It’s fascinating to see how people make their decisions. Personal financial decision-making is influenced more by emotions than many individuals would like to admit. Let’s look at some ways of how most powerful human feelings affect decision-making.
Many opportunities may come a person’s way, and some of them may lead to financial freedom. But missing opportunities, because one puts off until tomorrow what can be done today, usually results in the action being put off until the next day, the next day, and never.