Why all this stuff is worth your time (quick motivation)

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Hey All,

Here's some motivation for you.

Let's say you have a job and are paid $30,000 per year. If, depending on your industry, the average annual raise is 3% then you can expect a raise of $900.

Now let's say you spend two hours per night, five days a week working on your internet business. Even if every month you only figure out how to make $1 per day, at the end of the year you'd be making $12 per day or $4380 per year.

At $30,000 per year, a $4380 increase would be a 14.6% raise.

Would you work an extra 2 hours everyday for such a large raise? I bet most people would. Get what I'm tellin' ya?

Don't give up. This is worth your time.

Cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaunybb
    hey there good post have a nice day
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  • Profile picture of the author techwizard
    I Do agree. People needs to start investing their time instead of the outsourcing crap.

    If you can do something DON'T PAY someone to do it for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Rago
      Originally Posted by techwizard View Post

      I Do agree. People needs to start investing their time instead of the outsourcing crap.

      If you can do something DON'T PAY someone to do it for you.
      Hey techwizard,

      I appreciate you taking the time to reply, but with respect, I think you missed the point.

      My point was that even the most minute success (increasing your earnings by $1 per day, every month, totaling $12 per day at the end of a year) is still a much greater net increase to your income than you'll see if you don't do anything or give up on your business entirely.

      Even the smallest gains you make in your personal business are greater than the gains you're likely to see if you only work for someone else.

      Is that worth your time? I think it is. And if something is worth your time, you shouldn't ever give up.

      Thanks again for the reply.
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      You don't get time off from your life to figure things out. Do something. Then do more.
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  • Profile picture of the author dana67
    So many people give up too easily. Making money takes some work!

    Great post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Reddevil007
    I agree with the OP and the most important part is that you have the time in your hands and do not need to reply on anyone to take decisions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lizeth J Davis
    I love this. I really needed to hear this today. Thank you. <3
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  • Profile picture of the author camohit
    We al agree any kind of income is good. If wedont need to spend it on expenses we can save or invest them for achievin financial freedom sooner.

    Apart from income, the feelings of achievement and success which a person will get from earnin from his own business, is worth the time. With that feelin they would gain confidence and who knows what then can happen in future. May be that $4380 could increase multifold. There' no limit of ideas u know...
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Rago
      Originally Posted by camohit View Post

      Apart from income, the feelings of achievement and success which a person will get from earnin from his own business, is worth the time.
      Thank you for taking a moment to respond, but I have to disagree with you here.

      Twice I've made my living, my only and full time income through my own online businesses, and twice I've walked away from it. I walked away because I wasn't finding fulfillment.

      And with all due respect, I think you also somewhat missed the point of my original post.

      My point was that I see too many people becoming highly discouraged about the idea of their own online business, or worse, giving up on it all together. And all I was trying to point out is that even the smallest, most minute amount of success online is greater than the success that most people will find by trying to climb the traditional career ladder.

      In other words, all this stuff is worth your time.

      Cheers.
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      You don't get time off from your life to figure things out. Do something. Then do more.
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  • Profile picture of the author newbim
    Hi,

    I've not been on here for ages, but coming back to this was great.

    Thanks.
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    If what I said helps, let me know, throw me a 'thanks'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gifted Jay
    it only takes the hard working ones to accomplish goals. Lets do some more.
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