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Thursday, 27 July 2017

Want To Become Rich : Top 10 Secret Mantras To Be Richer with Legal Ways

We have already exhausted half of the year but who says that it's too late to be a millionaire? It's still possible, and no, you don't need to win a jackpot to get there. 






The seven-figure mark is a milestone in the life of everyone, and the following tips should help you get there faster.

1. Channel your thoughts to increasing your earning

There has always been an emphasis on saving your way to wealth, but is that though still relevant in today's economy? Grant Cardone has an alternative view about the millionaire status. From debt at 21 to a millionaire by 30, Cardone was equivocal that in today’s economy, it is not practical to save your way to achieve the millionaire status. What is required is for you to find ways of increasing your income.

2. Amend your views about money

Whether you believe it is possible or not to become a millionaire, your opinion will never stop the possibility. Steve Siebold, a self-made millionaire, said that the journey towards wealth has to do with what you think about money. “The majority of the masses have the obnoxious believe that getting rich is out of their control but the rich see it as an inside job,” said Siebold.

3. Pay more attention to self-development

A millionaire at 22, Tucker Hughes, said that the safest place he ever invested was in his future. Hughes’ routine included reading at least 30 minutes every day, assimilating useful podcasts while driving, and constantly being on the lookout for mentors. According to Hughes, you do not have to be a genius in your field. All you need is to be versatile enough to make useful contributions whenever any topic comes up. Your pursuit for knowledge should be put above everything else,” Hughes said.

Fun fact: Warren Buffett, who is listed as a billionaire, is estimated to spend 80 percent of his work hours reading.

4. Don’t underestimate the power of association

“Show me your friend, and I will tell who you are,” is a popular proverb. The power of association takes root in Napoleon Hill’s Mastermind principle. When you surround yourself with people that share your vision, it creates an exponential power that supersedes individual effort – this explains why the rich tend to be in the midst of each other. Siebold explains that exposure to people who are more successful than you are has a way of expanding your thinking.

5. Save to invest and not just for the sake of it

It's one or the other – you are a reckless spender or a dedicated saver. However, the only reason you should save should be to put it in another investment and not for the pleasure of simply watching the numbers grow. Grant Cardone advises that your saved money should be locked in a secure and sacred account where they cannot even be used for an emergency because that is the only way you will think about ways to earn more money.

Cardone said that investing is the “Holy Grail” to a millionaire status. Instead of saving for fun, let your money do the heavy work. Investment is structured in such a way that the more you put in, the more you'll get in return. Cardone recalled starting his first business with $50,000 – and the investment has constantly repaid him for the past ten years.

6. Build a good reputation

A lot of entrepreneurs out there lose the millionaire spot — not because they do not have fantastic ideas — but because they lack soft skills. Mark Cuban, a billionaire, in an article published on Entrepreneur bluntly stated that people detest dealing with jerks. It may be a bit tricky trying to balance being a jerk and a pushover. This prompted Ally – who has also made it to the seven figures – to write, “No one can become a millionaire without knowing how to deal with people assertively.” You have to be prepared to face opposition from family and trusted friends. As an entrepreneur, you need to cooperate with your employees for them to give their best.

7. Flee from unnecessary debt

Grant Cardone said to be a millionaire you have to make it a rule that you will not take debt that won't make you money. Debt is a leverage used to increase investment and grow cash flow – and this is what people do. Too many people, on the other hand, are fond of using incurring debt in other things that only make them happy temporarily while further enriching the rich in the process. Thousands of wishes cannot make you a millionaire just like the exhilarating feeling you get riding in a rented car – which by the way increases your debt – will not make you rich. To be rich, you have to treat money like a jealous lover, writes Grant Cardone. Ignore it, and it will ignore you.

8. Don’t limit your ability to make money to particular hours or days

If you cannot outsmart your competitors, outwork them – your best bet is that there will always be someone out there that is smarter. Money does not have clocks and calendar, holidays and schedules – and you shouldn't either. Grant Cardone recounts how he used to stay up to 11 pm in the retail store where he worked making extra sales, despite the store officially closing at 7pm. No one will be more successful than the person with a high work ethics. 

9. Millionaires know that taking risks is inevitable

Between the rich and the poor is a wide gap called risk. “While the poor get easily scared even by the word ‘risk,’ the rich know that taking risk is a matter of having faith in yourself, your ideas, and others,” Ally writes. To reach the seven-figure mark, many risks must be taken. There are times you have to make stringent decisions in your life without even having a vivid idea of where you are headed – you must leave your comfort zone. It is hard to achieve great heights when you start with little expectation. Take a look at the life of the wealthiest people on earth, and you will discover they all had big expectations and played to win.

10. Draft a financial plan

“Failure to plan is planning to fail,” a popular proverb opines that still stands in the way of many people from reaching the millionaire title till today. A financial plan has a way of spurring you to take action as well as guide you in making the right and crucial decisions. In planning for a financially secure future, two parameters are indispensable, “the amount of money you have to earn and the amount of money you spend,” writes Scott D. Hedgecock, a financial planner. Hedgecock said that all financially successful people have the trait of drawing up a financial plan.

My final view points:

However, do not despise the importance of starting small. Kill the get-rich-quick mindset and avoid any scheme that promotes it. Be relentless in your zeal to achieve success. Avoid people that fill you with negativity like those who would look at your financial goal as stemming from greed. Seek for mentors and when you have reached your goal, be open to help others reach theirs too.

Did we miss any tips? Let us know in the comments below!

Friday, 7 July 2017

Instant Success for a Freelancer with 13 hidden secrets

Now these days, very few online companies want permanent staff but they normally hire part time freelancer. So, you want to be a freelancer. (Or, entrepreneur if you don’t like the freelancer title.)

Instant Success for a Freelancer with 13 hidden secrets 





Maybe you are tired of toeing the corporate line. Maybe you are just ready to be your own boss. Perhaps the corporate 9-to-5 just doesn’t work for your life. Or maybe you just want to work on more fulfilling projects.
How to Become a Successful Freelancer

Whatever your reasons are for wanting to become a freelancer or entrepreneur, the journey is an exciting one. And sometimes scary. I have been a full-time freelancer for more than two years now. Today, in addition to working with the awesome SEJ team, I also edit, write, and consult for small businesses and big brands like Hard Rock Cafe, Travelodge, and Best Western.

Getting to this point wasn’t easy, but if I can do it I am confident anyone who is dedicated can, too. I am not particularly special. I am not ride-or-die dedicated, either. I just knew I didn’t want my life to be lived between 6 p.m. when I got off of work and 11 p.m. when I went to bed. I didn’t, as the song goes, want to be working for the weekend. So I went freelance.

13 Secrets for Becoming a Successful Freelancer on PDWC
13 Secrets for Becoming a Successful Freelancer | SEJ

Here are 13 tactics to help you ditch the full-time job and start hustling your way to freedom.

1. Start Small


It is unlikely you can quit your full-time job today and expect to replace that income in just a few months with no ground work. Impossible? No, but unlikely. If you want to jump into freelancing, start small by looking for jobs in your field (or the field you want to be in). For me, that meant looking for gigs on sites like Upwork, ProBlogger, and Freelancer.

Over time, those small gigs that I could finish after work and on weekends added up to a decent portfolio. And those clients ended up as referrals.

2. Do Not Work for Cheap—or at Least Not Too Cheap

If you are just starting out, you only need one to three examples of your work to show prospective clients. Don’t fall for the “working for exposure” line for too long. I would recommend working for less—but not free. Undervaluing your work sets you—and your entire industry—up for failure.

You need the experience; I get it. But don’t be afraid to charge what you are worth once you have that experience.

3. Niche it Down

This one is still hard for me. I am a writer, but I also edit and help create content strategies. Until recently, I also did social media. It was hard for me to explain what I did in a concise manner. Today, I say I help brands create successful content to reach and engage their target audiences. In reality, I should probably niche down to a more specific industry, but currently nothing feels quite right.

The purpose of finding your niche is so you don’t spread yourself too thin and you can assert your expertise in one, very specific industry.

4. Do Your Reasearch

Let’s say you want to be a small business social media consultant. You need to find out what types of services you should be offering: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn? What goals do small businesses have? You might also realize that small businesses want a one-stop-shop for marketing—so maybe you team up with a local SEO person to offer that services as well. (Or, maybe you learn to do it yourself!)

Doing the research and making a plan will help you with the next step.

5. Get Professional


There are some who say business cards are dead. I am not entirely certain if that is true, but to be a professional, you don’t HAVE to have a business card, particularly if you meet most clients online.

You do need a website of some sort. This might be your own website, or it might be a portfolio on another site in the beginning.

6. Create a Client Intake Process

Creating an intake process helps you look polished and professional. Looking polished and professional is how you create and grow your income stream. Your goal here should be to build trust with your client and make them feel like you have done this a million times, even if you are a newbie.

If you want to be a web designer, you need to research what other designers do first—for example, you might create mood boards on Pinterest, use Google Doc to keep contracts and other research organized, or have the client fill out a profile to get an idea of what their style is.

If you act like a professional, you will be treated like one—and you will soon be able to charge like one.

7. Network!

I am not talking about the boring, old-school networking. The kind that feels more like speed dating or a sales pitch. Nope, there is a new world order, and networking can totally happen online. (Introverts rejoice!) Look for Facebook groups built around books or podcasts that you love, or search for LinkedIn groups related to your industry.

A few other suggestions: Leave meaningful answers on sites like Quora or your favorite blogs. Email people in your industry you admire and reach out to influencers on social media sites like Twitter. The key to networking successfully is to be authentic and useful. Don’t try to sell—try to help and your reputation will sell for you.

8. Figure Out Your Tax Situation

My greatest fear about going freelance was taxes. I pushed off making the jump because I was terrified about how much I would have to pay and how I would afford to pay those taxes. A good rule of thumb is to put aside 30% of your earnings to pay your federal income and self employment taxes and send payments to the IRS quarterly. You can use Turbo Tax or H&R block to easily file your taxes at the end of the year.

Keep in mind, I am by no means a tax professional; I am simply sharing what works for me. You can find more info about paying estimated taxes here on the IRS website.

The point is, dig in and figure out what you have to do—don’t let the tax fear hold you back.

9. Get a Handle on the Fear

Besides taxes, my second biggest fear was failure. What happened if I tried and it didn’t work out? For me, the path to getting over that fear was working out the worst-case scenario.

Over the course of two years, I had built a decent side hustle. I had one main client (that was SEJ!) and a few smaller ones, and I was making decent money. Not six figures, but a decent amount.

But what happened if it all dried up? That could happen. Well, I bartended for many years in college and I waited tables. Not glamorous work, but it was something I was good at and I knew it would pay my bills. Worst case scenario: I go back to waiting tables. Not ideal, but not the end of the world.

Working through what I would do if I failed gave me the courage to make the jump.

Figure out what you need to do to get a handle on your fear. Otherwise, you risk making decisions based on fear—such as taking on clients you know you shouldn’t.

10. Learn to Recognize a Red Flag Client

Some clients will be more trouble than they are worth. You can usually see them coming a mile away. They ghost on you after you agree on a start date, and then show back up ready to work. Then they want to change something in the contract. Maybe they are rude from the start, or they are condescending. (Here are a few other red flags to keep an eye out for.) You will feel your stomach clench each time their email shows up in your inbox.

I highly recommend developing a script you can use when clients start throwing those red flags. “Sorry, I just don’t think I am a good fit for your needs” or ” I cannot accommodate you at this time, but I would be happy to refer you to another freelancer.” (Only say this if you can, in good conscience, pass them along to someone else.)

11. Learn to Say No

When you work for someone else, you don’t get to say no very much. You get assignments, and you do them. It can be very difficult to flip the switch in your head and learn to say no. When you are hustling and hungry, it can be hard to say no to gigs, even when you see the red flags.

You need to learn to say no when a job just doesn’t excite you, or when it really isn’t a good fit for your skills. Or if the client is obviously going to be a headache. Say no, and remember that time really is your most precious resource. Sure, you might have to take those ‘boring’ gigs occasionally to pay the bills, but don’t sell your soul.

12. Don’t be Afraid to Ask for Referrals

Asking for referrals felt awkward to me at first, but it is one of the most effective ways to build up your client base. It doesn’t have to be complicated. Send an email to current or former clients: “Hey, I really enjoyed the project we did last (month/week/year). I currently have a few slots open in my calendar, so if you need any additional help, please let me know! If not, please keep me in mind if your friends/colleagues are looking similar work. I would greatly appreciate it!” Don’t spend a lot of time hemming and hawing, just get to the point.

13. Just Do It

There may never be the ‘perfect’ time to make the jump to full-time freelance status. There is a good chance you will try to talk yourself out of making the jump because your cat got sick and you have vet bills, your rent just went up $100 a month and you didn’t budget for it, or you want to wait until your 401 contributions hit in two months.

All of those are viable reasons why you might put off making the jump. But, at a certain point, you need to set a date and (as Nike said) just do it. Don’t let fear hold you back.