Constantly searching for additional income sources.Millennial, 3 time provincial sports champion(basketball,baseball). Theoretically the youngest billionaire in the history of the world and the richest for my age (Satoshi Nakamoto).
So you are in a place where you want your money to work for you. Over time the compounding interest you earn today can help you live jobless into the future. Let's begin saving and investing as soon as we can so we have something to work off of in the future. Maybe it's retirement or maybe we want a house down the road. Believe it or not time waits for no one and eventually, you will have bills. If we start early enough we can work less in the future and have more free time to do what we want. Let's dive into some investment stocks that pay dividends and with a healthy amount can allow us to earn passive income.
How to Make Money Online
So, there is not one answer for everyone. It depends on how much income you need to be able to leave your job. But if you need $1,000 per month like me, this should be a very nice article you can relate to.
Built Brick by Brick
Imagine this ... Fights in school, going hungry, coming up in a single mother upbringing, not having money for clothes, wearing your one sweater and sweatpants in the middle of June because it's your only outfit. Kids with everything laugh and you are looked down upon.
Putting Your Music Out There
Okay, I used a website that will put your music on a lot of different websites including Amazon, Spotify, Youtube, Google Play, iTunes Deezer and many more. This site offers to charge you 15 percent so you do not have to pay for distribution. They do offer a one-off payment so they do not take a cut.
Keep Going, Keep Working
My main motive on here is to earn income, but I want to do it in a way that will allow others to make their dream come true. I've been reading a book I asked for, for Christmas. It is written by Tony Robbins and is called "Money: Master the Game." A book I also read was Warren Buffet's "Tap Dancing to Work." Who I recently passed on the richest person's list, well virtually but that is neither here nor there. I haven't actually been credited with my funds but in the future, my children or possibly their grandchildren will reap the benefits. But enough about me let's get to you the reader who this is all for.
How to Become a Millionaire
First off, I'm not a millionaire, so be sure to seek advice from someone who has already become one and copy what they do. So let's break it down—to become a millionaire, you need to either make $2,739 a day for a year or something more feasible like $273.9 a day for 10 years, or $91.32 per day for 30 years. This is if you do not spend any of it and just create your own little fund. But let's break it down into ways that will make it a little more easier to get to this goal. By the way, you can easily earn $25,000 per year of interest off of $500,000, so becoming a millionaire doesn't have to necessarily be your goal.
I've been in and out of the psychiatric hospital ever since my teenage years. It really started with my single parent upbringing—not having anything we wanted and being frustrated with nothing to do all the time. It can really be so boring that you end up going mad. I was not malnourished, but I remember days my friend would come over wanted something to eat and I was like there is no food. They would say yes you do come on let's look. I would show them and they'd be like oh you're right there isn't anything. Sometimes they would invite me over to supper, I think out of pity.
The Fun We Had with Weed
I know everyone says you shouldn't smoke marijuana as a kid. It causes brain development issues and all that. Well, we smoked it quite a bit. I will be indulging in some of my memories when I used it. So I first smoked it in the 9th grade. It was okay but it got more fun when summer came around. The first night we ordered pizza and ate the whole thing. At some point, I knocked over my dog's water bowl and had to mop it up. Over the next few years, we would smoke it any chance we could.