Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Top 3 Easy Ways to Make Money

Money is an extremely important part of most peoples lives, since you're reading this post, you're probably looking for some easy ways to make money. Let's get right into it.

1. Take advantage of your existing skills and create stuff or offer services

What are your current skills that you can use to make money? If you are creative you can take advantage of any skill that you might have. There might be an industry already where you can offer your skills as a service or you might be able to produce something that you can sell.

If you have the capability to offer a service that is in demand, such as copy-writing, translating, graphic design, coding et cetera, then chances are that you can develop a big customer base by freelancing. You can take on projects when you have extra time and make some money.

  • Do research before you commit time to something
  • Develop your skills if you need to
  • Be professional and make sure that you always do your best and listen to your customers needs
  • As a freelancer your name is your brand -- treat it with respect 
The amount of money that you can make depends on your skills and network. If you work hard on developing your skills, networking and building your brand you'll make more money.

How to be a freelance artist
Self discipline to work from home
Freelancer Portal -- Keep in mind that this might not be the best place for you. But it could be a good place to start.

2. Look for great deals and make money flipping items

If money is on your mind, then why not make use of that? By flipping items on eBay or similar sites you can make some quick bucks. You'll be looking for good deals constantly and try to offer the best deal to other customers. The more money you have the more you'll make, you bulk buy and sell off the items for a nice profit.

This is very simple in theory, you'll figure out how much your time is worth. If you have a job, what's the rate per hour there? Your goal is to make more than that. Let's assume that I can buy 50 hoverboards for $120 per hoverboard and sell those for $199 per hoverboard. That's $79 per hoverboard sold, but that doesn't automatically mean that I will make $3,950 with no effort.

You need to do research on the market before you commit your time and money because you don't want to be stuck with 50 hoverboards that you can't sell. By following trends and staying ahead of time you can make some serious money.

  • Always follow your countrys taxation laws because if you break the law your efforts will go to waste
  • Don't rip your customers off, make sure your products have the quality that customers desire
  • Take risks -- but don't get yourself into bankruptcy 

3. Do things that people don't want to do

This one requires you to be very creative, but it could be very rewarding. People hate chores, they don't stimulate your brain and they are timeconsuming. That's where you come in.

How are you going to make money doing this? Build a huge customer base! Have people subscribe to your services and be efficient. Surely, you have chores yourself, so why would you do other peoples? Well, it's actually going to be a great variation of stuff that you'll be doing. And you can charge pretty much money and still have enough customers.

It's hard for me to tell you how you're going to do this though. You will have to be reliable and responsible enough so people will trust you enough to pay you to do their personal stuff for them. You will have to build up a great reputation and be creative and take feedback from your customers. But once you've started up your "taking-care-of-chores"-service, you'll make easy money.

Imagine making $50 an hour by being effective and doing this simultaneously. That does sound like easy money.

Thank you for reading part one in our series where we teach you how to make easy money. Stay tuned for more great tips.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

We're back!

Hello old and new readers, I have good news for you and me.

The blog is going to be active again. The fundamentals of the blog changed drastically and I lost interest.

Basically from the start this blog was an experiment and short stories in the modern form of a blog. It was about a character with disabilities who wrote blog entries to spread information about his life. However, it changed to a blog about reaching a high quality life and that is what we will focus on in the future. With that being said though, the character James might make a comeback with some creative stories to say.

In this blog you will read about:

  • Goals -- setting goals, achieving and how to work out a plan
  • Reviews and posts about various desired things such as cars, gadgets, travel destinations and so on
  • Personal experiences
  • Moneymaking
If there's a topic you would like to read about, do not hesitate to let us know.

I'm looking forward to write again and interact with you.

Friday, January 25, 2013

Do you have a moneymaking goal this year?

Do you want to make enough money to buy something? Or do you want to experience security by having a sum of money saved on your bank account?

If your goal is to save $20,000 a year, you should divide it with 12.

20,000 divided by 12 equals about 1667.

This means in order to reach your goal all you have to do is save 1667 dollars a month. If you do this every single month, you will automatically reach your goal.

Having money on your bank account is good because first of all it will grow with the interest rate, second of all it's always nice to know that if a big once-in-a-lifetime opportunity comes up, you have the money for it. Third of all, having money saved is something expected by adults.

Now, 20,000 dollars might not be the most optimal goal for everyone. If you don't have enough money to save after your expenses you might have to look at a smaller goal. But even if it's not big money being saved it's a really good habit because when you make more in the future you'll save that money out of old habit.

And remember, there's always ways to make more money than you currently do.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Upcoming changes to blog

Originally when I started this blog I was going to write fictional stories about a character I later decided was called James. I made up some stories and lost interest in that kind of writing.

However, it changed my thinking. I realized that if someone who's in a wheelchair due to an accident can recover. Then why wouldn't someone with a bad life be able to turn it into a good life?

I thought about it and tried looking it up. I found out that many successful people started with a poor background. But with constant hard work they managed to turn their lives around and their life quality skyrocketed.

This is what the blog will be about from now on. If you've read earlier entries from January you'll notice that I've already written some entries about this. But from now on it will only be about this.

I have changed the name of the blog from "the life of an handicap" to "quality life project". This is a project and you are more than welcome to follow my journey!

Changes coming up in the future:
  • New theme/layout on the blog
  • More active on social medias such as Twitter and Facebook
  • A better domain
  • Exciting content

Driver's license

The last two weeks I've been working hard to finally get a driver's license. I really need it for my work and that's what has motivated my to work for it.

In Sweden there's a lot you need to learn, for an instance eco-driving, safety rules and stuff like that.

If you have troubles getting yours, just try to focus only on studying or learning how to drive. Even if you do it for just a couple of days, you'll notice that you've learned a lot.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Good way to get an overview of books you've read

If you read many books it gets tricky to remember which books you've read, what it was about and what you thought about it. I had this problem but I figured there had to be a good way to keep track of your reading. I found the website Goodreads.

At Goodreads you create a virtual bookshelf where you add the books you've read. If you want, you can rate the books and after you've rated 20 you'll get suggestions about books that you might like based on what you've read and liked.

That's not all, you can search for books by entering a genre or a subject that you want to learn more about. Then you can read reviews written by other users that might tell if the book is fitting your expectations and needs.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

La Liga: Agent controlling football Madrid?

The portuguese super agent manages players in Real Madrid with an estimated worth of approximately $500 millions. However, he's not only managing Real Madrid superstars. He's also managing some of the players in Atletico Madrid, one of them who is also their biggest star, the striker Falcao.

But that's not all. He also manages the manager of Real Madrid. The club who is in a odd situation. José Mourinho, the manager of Real Madrid decides what players he wants to bring in, what contracts to renew, how big salary they are entitled to and so on.

Just by reading this far, you might notice that there's a huge conflict in interest.

If you want to read more about this, you can read the article in Wall Street Journal where I read about this. Just click he link below.