It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize you ultimately have two options to pay off your debt and achieve financial independence. You either increase your income, or you decrease your spending. For most of you, the answer lies somewhere in-between.
Hiring freelancers, contractual writers or a team of writers and paying them for content has become more than just a trend. Millions of online posts, blog entries and all types of content being published across the world are written by writers who are paid to do the job by their clients. Whether you have a website, blog or wish to run a general online resource of information, paying for content is constructive and beneficial.
As part of a diversification effort on the Two Week Notice Project, alternative income sources will consistently be reviewed as opportunities arise. The latest craze on Wall Street is now coming to a computer near you: Cryptocurrency Trading and Mining! Aside from the occasional “WTF” response, the most frequently asked question for new comers to the cryptocurrency craze is: What is it?
Have you ever thought to yourself: “I don’t want to write today”? Of course you have, because you’re human. The real question, is what are you going to do about it?
One of the most common problems faced by entrepreneurs is lack of motivation. Blog writers are some of the most prolific and driven writers in the world today—there are millions of blog available online, and each day, bloggers’ post insightful and informative posts to entertain their readers. However, if you’re a writer, you have no doubt experienced blogger burnout and have days where you sit at your desk and stare at a blank entry and realize that you’d rather be doing anything but writing…
How many times have you started a project and never followed through to to finish it? How much time have you spent thinking about your next “million dollar idea” just to talk yourself out of finishing it?
We’ve all been there. From simple procrastination to a lack of resolve, fear sets in and we back down from the challenge of a great idea. So how do we stop ourselves from giving in to our self-doubt? First, we need to understand the real root of our inaction, and then we need to .