Prioritize and Grow Rich
As a content creator and technologist sometimes you can feel like a little kitten in a big world. Yet online income is as close as can be. You just have to set some priorities in terms of online activities and focus on consistency, income and profitability.
We live in amazing times. One person can connect with thousands online. This offers some excellent opportunities to earn a living while providing value. Too often, however, we can be like the hungry and thirsty donkey that can’t decide to eat hay or drink from the water trough. Eventually it dies from inaction. The fact is that if you can choose to do one thing well for a matter of months you will likely have time to expand into other areas. Indeed, all of these fields complement each other in one way or another. Select one role, work hard at it, once you hit a profit target (not just income) work out developing out the next role.
Lloyd Bridges once described the joy of the acting profession to his son, Jeff Bridges. Jeff wasn’t sure if he wanted to act full-time. He also enjoyed music and other arts. However, Lloyd basically told his son in so many words, “That is the the beauty of it. Once you become established, you can branch out into those other things.” And that is what online roles have in common with onscreen ones.
The Online Roles
- Coach or teacher. An online coach or teacher is a person who provides personal or professional advice and support by way of email, chat, or video. They can be a valuable resource for those looking for advice on a range of topics, from personal finances to career planning. Online coaches and teachers typically offer a subscription service, where they send you tailored advice based on your specific needs. They can also be hired on an hourly or project basis, making them a great option for those looking for short-term advice or assistance.
- Content creator. In today’s world, content is queen. No matter what industry you’re in, it’s essential to have…