Imagine you could sell access to your books for a $1 monthly subscription and every reader you’d ever make would stay with you forever. All you’d need to do is take the money you made the month before and reinvest it in advertising, next month you’d have more readers, the old ones plus the new … Continue reading A Way To Build Recurring Income as a Writer
You don’t need anyone’s permission to follow your dreams. You just need to start and see for yourself! No one ever became something overnight, you don’t magically become a writer and then write, you don’t magically become a designer and then start designing, you don’t magically become an entrepreneur and then start a business.
You first start following your interests and if you keep growing long enough, people will be able to recognize you, and that will fuel your becoming. So to become a writer, start writing. To become a teacher, start teaching. To become an artist, start creating. To become an entrepreneur, start solving problems.
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No matter your belief, money is just a direct representation of perceived value.
That is the definition, that is why it was created. Money, essentially, is a unit of measuring value. This in turn means that whatever you have or do not have in your bank account is a direct reflection of the perceived value you put out in this world.
Knowing this we can rotate our perspective and circumvent whatever beliefs we hold on money making.