"I don't understand all of this, how do you make money?"-RS
Thank you for your question. First, let's get our terms straight so we can be clear in our communication.
I know what you mean by making money, but there is a way of looking at this that is more helpful than thinking in terms of making money.
Governments actually make money or their branches such as the treasury or mint. It is illegal in every country for a citizen to make money. We call it counterfeiting.
The good news is the money is already made. You want to gain it, not have to make it. So how do we gain money? By exchange. We exchange something of value to the person that has the money, then we get the money.
My grandfather was a wealthy man. One day I asked him where he got all of his money and he said, "From people, cats and dogs don't have much money."
I teach this by breaking down what we can exchange for money into six categories:
1. What you can do.
2. What you have.
3. What you know.
4. What you can get.
5. A promise.
6. A lie or fraud.
Can you flip a hamburger? Do you have some extra jewelry? Do you know how to tie your shoes? There are actually shoe tying coaches that make a living teaching children how to tie their shoes. Can you get something for someone they want? Car dealers order cars for people, real estate agents find them houses. We have what we call options and they are basically promises bought with money.
You must find what you can exchange for money. The thing that appeals to you. Art, repair, antiques, cars, food, jewelry, skills, the list is limitless.
Find what you can enjoy exchanging for money and you will have the foundation to wealth.
Hope this helps,
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