In Give Yourself a Raise, Bleil shows you how to find more money to reduce the stress in your life and achieve financial freedom. Bleil is dedicated to helping those in financial distress work their way out of trouble and reach a permanently stable financial footing.
One of the books I’ve been recommending to friends, family, and colleague is The Six Figure Second Income: How To Start and Grow a Successful Online Business without Quitting Your Day Job, by David Lindahl and Jonathan Rozek. It’s a great guide for how to make money on the Web. It’s for anybody who wants to make a living in today’s digital economy, or turn their passions and talent into profit.
Learn how to make more money by changing your mindset and expanding your capabilities. Make more money by thinking in terms of an hourly rate, growing your skills, and flowing more value.
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” — Howard Thurman
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income.com. Here’s what I like about Pat — he goes above and beyond and he keeps things real.
Have you ever been fascinated by how to build wealth? Wondered why some people become wealthy and others don’t? From a young age, I read and studied millionaires and investing, looking for the answers to those questions. I read Think and Grow Rich when I was 10 years old. I got a Business degree, became a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), and spent 28 years in the financial industry, because I wanted to know how to build wealth.
If you know the cycle you’re in, you can make more effective decisions. You can anticipate instead of react. I’ve been trying to get a handle on the economy to know what to expect and to figure out what the best moves are. The New Economy Cycle is apparently one of the most important financial planning cycles for your life, your investments, and your business. It’s less about the day to day decisions, and more about the big structural decisions you make in your life, such as where to live, what jobs to do, what to learn in school, … etc.