You’re About to Learn How to Gain Work Expertise and Develop a Second Income
As an educational professional, you may feel like you’re in a financial trap.
Here’s what I mean by “trap.”
At the end of the day, you are being paid for fulfilling a work contract. Work X days per year and you earn X income. Sounds simple, right?
But if you want to earn extra money, most would tell you it is not easy. And they would be right.
Check out the most common ways to do it. You can work as a server in a restaurant part time. You can sell jewelry, cosmetics or something else out of your home. You can buy and own rental property or start a business. Some of your options are high risk, some are boring, and most of them are a long way off.
But if you ask me, I want to be emotionally satisfied with the work I do, or I don’t want to do it. Maybe you feel the same way. You must love your work!
In fact, I will show you the 7 most profitable ways you can earn extra income in education.
How? I have done most of them myself. I will share with you, what I did and HOW I did it. Now, I have another simple (but important) question for you.
First, how is your paycheck? Do you feel like it is buying you less than ever?
When you get a raise, is it 1%, 2%, or even 5%? For your work you do, many believe you deserve double your pay. But during the last decade, average real wages (adjusted for inflation) have declined dramatically, by over 10% (U.S. Census Bureau, 2014).
How is your personal debt?
Any American that has ever balanced a checkbook understands that when expenses exceed income, you have a problem. Did you know that nearly 75% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, with essentially zero savings, according to a recent study by Bankrate® airing on the CNN Money show?
Are you now thinking that a second income might be a good idea?
Most concerning is that over half of all Americans earn under $30,000 a year (U.S. Census 2015). Over 47 million Americans now receive food subsidies by the government. Poverty is increasing in the United States. In U.S. public schools, over half of all students in the country are on free and reduced lunch. Does that sound like a recovery? (Suitts, 2015)
Yet, the most important thing is getting started.
The rest is just following the steps. I will give you a step-by-step program to follow.
I promise you – that once you take the first step, it all begins to flow. Before you know it, things will begin to work your way every day. And it will increase with the passing of every month. I will give you a plan to make it all happen.
How can I possibly do that?
Because I HAVE done it all before and I have made what seems like 1,000 mistakes. But you can shortcut the process and build a second stream of income. I should know, I have seven streams of passive income. You too, can do it because I will share every single secret (and the mistakes) I have made.
Mobilize yourself to take action, and you can gain an extra stream of cash coming into your life.
This year is going to pass by quickly – whether you are on the train or left standing at the station.
Are you going to say, ‘Maybe next year?” What if I never offer this event again?
Or, are you going to take charge of your life and develop an extra income?
Regardless, you must get started now with developing your second income.
The alternative is living in anxiety in an uncertain economy, with wages stuck at levels from many years ago…that’s not a good future.