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Practical Advice For Passive Income

Feet Up Income

“What can I do today that’ll make money and continue to make money long after I stop doing it?”

That’s a question I’ve been asking myself a lot lately.  That, and: “How’d face tats become a thing?”  But I’ll probably never know the answer to that.

So, back to the first question.  For me, the answer is writing.

Ads, emails, articles, sales pages, video sales letters, landing pages, text message follow-ups, lead generation websites, etc.

Some make money quicker.  Others take longer.  But all of the above make me money.  And will continue to, long after I hit publish.  Whether I’m in a good mood or bad; working or not; healthy or sick; awake or asleep; relaxed or stressed; busy or bored; traveling or home; working out or partying; reading a good book or watching UFC in my theater (What, you don’t have a theater?); you get the idea.

Point is: passive income’s easier than you think – especially online – as long as you’re honest with yourself about how you’re spending your days.

Like, you’re either doing things that won’t make you money tomorrow, next week, next month, next year; or you’re doing things that will.  Or, at least, could.

So, first, ask the question: “What can I do today that’ll make money and continue to make money long after I stop doing it?”

Second, answer it truthfully.

Third, do those things.

Fourth, look for ways to do them better, smarter, more consistently, and for longer stretches.

Fifth, adjust according to results you are or are not getting.

This is how you take you, your feelings, your drama and your excuses out of the equation and build yourself a money machine that goes to work 24/7… so you don’t have to.


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