A cash cow for the enterprising, the Internet is littered with opportunities to make a fast buck. While it rarely qualifies as a solitary source of income, the Net can easily help you supplement it. However, the amount you earn depends on the time and effort invested. Go through these 20 options and find out which ones work for you.
Here are my top 10 ways to make money online with integrity:
1. Teaching and Training
This is my number one way, and I been doing this for the last 5 years. This is something that almost every major University has been doing (taking their classes online) due to the huge success they saw from University of Phoenix which set the tone for online education. It’s easier now more than ever for companies and entrepreneurs to launch online schools, and my good friend Marie Forleo is a prime example with her mega success, B-School.
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My grandfather once said that people had three chances in their lifetimes to strike out on their own and “make it” – the first time, they were too young to realize it; the second time, they were burdened with family responsibilities and were afraid; and the third time, they were too old. He was a smart man and made a million dollars as an entrepreneur. If he were alive today in the current economic landscape, I can imagine him telling me to generate multiple income streams, in order to prepare for the eventuality of job loss and outdated career skills.
If you want to meet your financial goals and certain milestones in life you have to be critical on how you spend money. Spending money and acting frugally could be the difference between a comfortable retirement and having to work hard in later years. It takes only a couple of habits to be robbed of your hard-earned money. There are certain spending habits that could be wasting you a lot of money though you are not aware of it. If you want to attain your financial independence and be in control of your every dollar, here are some spending habits you should be aware of.
Being able to properly handle your finances is one of the things that proves that you are a mature person. This is easier said than done, and even if you are in possession of some extra cash at the end of each month, it’s still not proof that you’re being responsible. In other words, simply not being irresponsible does not necessarily make you a prudent individual.
Ever wonder where all your money goes right after payday? Spending money is way too easy. It is so easy that it makes saving it look extremely hard! It is very simple to save money though it isn’t something that happens over night, you need to work on changing a few habits. There are several steps you can take to help you along the way on the road to financial success. You don’t need to be a mathematician to sit down and take an hour to analyze your spending and income to create a budget.
Recently, I bought a jacket at Ralph Lauren in New York City (an admittedly extravagant gift to myself for finally finishing my first book). At checkout, the clerk asked me to fill out a contact form. “No thanks,” I said. “I don’t like to give out my email address.”
“We won’t spam you,” he said. “It’s just to notify you when new items become available.”
Jaws dropped during that classic scene in the 1995 movie Sabrina. Sabrina’s father is revealed to be more than just a quiet chauffeur with a passion for good books. He’s shockingly a millionaire! How did he accrue such wealth on a presumably modest salary? By imitating the investing habits of his prosperous employer. You too can learn from financially mature people. You can avoid costly mistakes by watching what they do – and perhaps more importantly, what they don’t do.
1. They don’t spend more than they make