What would you do to gain financial freedom; except on a small-scale? Here are few thoughts you could not have considered. These will not drain your money, so long as you start elsewhere, and make the required changes as you go, you will get there.
Start with a list of skills and attributes you already have; are you a blogger, or grammar ninja? Are you brilliant with statistics and data-entry? How about your artistic hand… do you knit, or paint; do you enjoy photography? Are you great at woodwork and building stuff and design?
You will discover more talents you already have. Include objects of personal interest on this page too.
Data entry has opportunities within several various companies, including social networking sites. People may pay you to join their blogs, or to edit them on their behalf. You should do the book-work, billing, and payroll too. Most of this kind of job is outsourced by freelancers these days. Combine this with online purchases like Amazon, or eBay to sell items yourself… there are endless opportunities and goods out there. You could have a special family recipe you might sell in a PDF folder, or a collection of short stories.
If you’re a sales guy… what else do you do outside of your work place? By importing objects of interest, e.g. musical instruments, or wellness goods and infant gear, you will open the floodgates of trade. There are enormous sources of income and wealth prospects on the WWW, varied and nearly inexhaustible.
Artists may combine with other artists, and artistic styles and fill a void in the industry. Photographers will combine with art and design makers and frame pictures or print images on canvas; merging these two talents can place you together in a better role, allowing you more offerings and power.
I know a signwriter who set up an art gallery in a small town store. He put his work and community influence into the mission, then combined it with like-minded individuals. They divided the rent, expenses, and earnings. They’ve even partnered with a hot dog stand just outside their front door. People come for the food, then end up wandering through the gallery to have a peek around… genius!
You might be a landscaper, or lawn mowing contractor, why not add to the services provided, by washing windows or selling firewood? Having access to other people’s unwanted trees and logs lying around their location gives you the ability to transform the unwanted garbage, into your cash! You will be doing them a favor by cleaning up their house, and it would trickle back to you… a double whammy of income streams.
If you’re cleaning up their house, there might be things available that you may on-sell. Consider more by providing oven washing, or carpet cleaning! You’re out and about in the city all the time, so fill the day’s job in one region at a time.
How about providing a monthly repair schedule for property agents, or the elderly. A lot of work will channel to you, by merely making yourself available.
Are you a delivery driver? If you have your own little truck, or van? Then advertise in the local paper for pickups and drop offs in different places you will usually drive to. Combine food delivery and the possibilities will stack up.
If you’re technically inclined, then fix small motors such as lawn mowers or chain-saws. If you can do it, so you should potentially fix bicycles too. And if you’re just assembling them for someone, this will draw some cash your way. Pool your talents together to work smarter.
Tutoring is a massive opportunity, particularly for people studying English as a second language and this is not limited to language alone. Will you tutor math, or science? Sewing or knitting; even chemistry? Exam periods for students are pretty overwhelming, but to support others out and advance their own future, will expand yours as well. If you have the skills, so bring them to good use.
Are you a coffee connoisseur? Does your wife loves shoes, so look at having a boutique coffee shop where husbands can sit back and have a coffee while their wives shop for shoes? You earn revenue with both the café food and the shoes. Alternatively, take to the road with a portable cafe truck or a sushi bus.
Walking dogs and caring for cats when people are away from home may be combined with distributing newspapers and junk mail. If you need money and have time on your hands, babysitting and daycare are options.
Do your research and suss out the target demographic, and open your eyes to begin the ride. Different sources of income will open you up in its own way, since you won’t be completely controlled by one market alone. Little bit you do every day counts.