Multiple income streams can add up to be equal or more than a full-time salary.
Your career does not have to be a linear journey to be successful, nor do you have to be confined to just one type of work.
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Working hard and a lot to make more money is a myth. Each pool of income requires different amounts of effort, and the income can fluctuate from year to year.
Creating a pie chart can help you see where to put more energy into the work that aligns with your goals.
The idea of a diversified portfolio is to have different kinds of active and passive income.
Passive income is investing time and money up front to help earn money continually even while you sleep. It can take many forms, including digital downloads, e-books, selling stock imagery, licensing your artwork. However, passive income sources still require varying levels of upkeep.
The full-stack freelancer has proven to be a new kind of stable where the smart thing to do is to have a diversity of income streams.
You don't have to use the same skill set in all the work you do. You can mix and match the different ways you want to work, how you want to spend your time, the clients you prefer, and the frequency in which you want to get paid.
Udemy is like YouTube, but instead of scattered content, teachers structure videos into courses. Many of these courses are priced at $59.99 or above. However, with Udemy’s year-round promotions, most sell for $9.99.
While frugality is undoubtedly important in personal finance, boosting your savings can also be done by earning more money.
Whether you're self-employed or working for somebody else, your income is determined by three factors.
As the chart shows, if you want to build wealth, there are really only two things to get right:
This chart shows you exactly how much you need to save, and the rate you need to compound it at, in order to reach your goals!
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