$1 per day. It’s not much, is it? It’s not hard to earn $1 extra per day. Hardly anybody would have a difficult time earning $1 per day if they decided to do it and put in a little effort.
When people think about earning money online, they almost always think that they will get rich in an instant. Will that happens? Probably not. Almost certainly not. But, can you make enough money to become independent? Yes, no doubt. Can you quit your job? Probably not right away. Maybe you can in a few months or a few years, though. I’ll stick my neck out and say this – if your goal is to quit the job that you have now, you can almost certainly do it within 2 years by making an effort to replace that income through the Internet. I would say, also, that you don’t even have to work very hard in order to achieve that goal.
I am sure you are asking, though, “how will $1 per day really help me?” Well, think about it – I am not encouraging you to settle for just $1 per day in earnings for the rest of your life. If you did that, you’d get pretty hungry. What I am encouraging you to do is to find a way to earn $1 per day off the net each week. So, your project that you complete this week will bring you $1 per day for the coming years. After you complete next week’s project that you choose, you will get $1 per day from that too, thus making your total earnings on the net at least $2 per day. Remember, those $1 per day projects might start earning more than $1 per day as time passes! They probably will. So, if you can keep coming up with ideas that are worth just $1 per day to you, by the end of the year you will be bringing in $52 per day and can continue to add to that. So, even though you are earning small amounts of money on each project, they all add up and can accumulate to a nice income.
I am sure that another question that is coming to your mind is this – “If I have 52 different projects going on, how will I have time for them all?” Well, what I am encouraging you to do is to find things that you can do the work one time and they will keep producing money. For instance, the other day, I told you about a plug-in called “aLinks” that you can add to your WordPress blog. You add that one time, configure all the keywords and you don’t have to worry about it again. It will hopefully keep making money for you for years to come. Maybe you will need to spend 5 minutes a few times per year adding new links to new programs that you have joined, but I am talking about a very minimal time that you will need to spend to keep that $1 per day coming in.
In my case, I honestly only work about 2 hours per day. Some days I work more, but only if I feel like it, and want to take on new projects. If I just wanted to keep the ventures that I already had, I would have no need to work more than 2 hours per day, and could probably do it in 1 hour.
Another good thing about earning small amounts from many different sources is that if something bad happens and basically shuts down one stream of income, it won’t hurt you badly. If you are self-employed and have just one source of income for your business, if something happens that stops your ability to use that source, you are in big trouble. If you have 100 different income sources, though, and one of them goes bad, well you will want to look for a replacement, but you will also still be able to eat dinner that night.
Not really related to your topic but I have to tell you something regarding your “if you build it, they will come” Phrase from Fields of Dreams.
My music studio has surpassed my expectations this month by a long way, its not an amount of money I could live on personally but its a good start. So many bands are using the studio now and they are all looking at the website daily to see their profile and pictures.
I feel a little guilt as the other studio in town is now dead! But its only because I put so much time and care into my own place that this has happened, and some of the thanks has to go your way, so thanks Bob!
Hi Phil – That’s great news! Your place is relatively new too, and it will continue to grow as time goes by!
Congratulations on your success!