posted on Dec, 23 2015 @ 12:26 AM
all wonderful words of wisdom from everyone.
My suggestion is to assign a tiered scale of your goals that visually shows a progression of achievement. Especially when you can quantify your
realizations of these goals and illustrate them as well. For example, if my primary goal is to break 50k next year (just a example) I break that down
into a per month basis just over 4000$k a month or a thousand a week. Thats a very generous income that allows for a single income family to support
half a dozen people.
So I am going to realize my goals week to week, month to month, day to day even.
Bottled beverages, electronics, and pre paid phones are good money makers. Very profitable. Maybe I will move on to a gas station one day. It just so
much environmental paperwork and insurance.
I need to generate $143 a day to have that as an income on 7 days a week or $200 at 5 days. Think about that. How much labor or service does one need
to do to get 143$ a day and how many hours must you commit?? The way you expand towards that goal is with discipline. Anything you earn over $143 a
day should be rolled in to a growth fund, preferably interest bearing.
Landscape/Tree Service: How much fuel do you need for the equipment?? Will you utilize robotic assistants?? Charge by square footage?? 3 or four
decent jobs a day would likely generate that. A lovely outdoor endeavor.
Entertainment Media technician: Simply setup peoples tvs, speakers systems, consoles, wall mounts, computer networks. One would think most people know
how to do this, but just go ahead and advertise this service if you live in a city of 200,000+ and you WILL always have appointments.
Those are fairly easy for anyone with the equipment and know how that do not really require any formal education. Whatever it takes. You just gotta
8 brake pad jobs/oil changes/spark plugs/filter tune ups @ $20 a job and thirty minutes per job is $160 over a total of four labor hours. That is not
bad for simple work.
I prefer to sell goods, but I never turn down a chance to do services as well.
I have enough inventory on the shelves, I just need to make sure I move it. When there are events in town with visitors, I always make sure to have
extra chargers, memory, and other portable media accessories on hand. Super cheap direct from China and very profitable with even the lowest of
markups. FYI, you can order consumer electronics, hardware, toys, plumbing, home decor and other goods conveniently. The Chinese have made this a very
comfortable process and experience to do business with their exporters.