Everything is going up. Taxes have shot up. Petrol may have gone down for some time but it’s on the rise. Electricity keeps going up. Wherever you look rates, utility bills and local taxes are increasing. Every one of your expense items whether it be insurance, DSTV, groceries and even restaurants is going up. Compare the price you paid for a meal on a Friday night about 2 to 3 years ago to what it is today. You’ll be lucky if you get a piece of chicken and a salad under R100.
With everything going up it is becoming more and more difficult to get by on your income. Increases are either zero or barely cover inflation. Many would say that you are lucky to even have an income. Even if you do have an income, you are probably working harder and longer hours because of the psychological pressures you are under and as a survivor in the big companies hard work is driven by your survivor mentality.
As everything goes up it puts more and more pressure on your income. Even if you cut all your expenses to the bone, a few months down the line most of them go up again and within a year they have all gone up. You cut out the small luxuries: gone is the Friday evening meal at a restaurant, gone is your DS TV, gone is the new pair of shoes you needed because you’ll just have to make the old ones do. It gets tricky when you start cutting “essentials” such as car insurance down to the minimum as this increases your personal risks. How low can you go?
What can you do in today’s hard economic climate? Are you satisfied in watching your modest standard of living continued to decline? What can you do when even two bread-winners in the household can’t make ends meet? Do you have anything left for savings?
I have come up with a special report titled “How to start and build your own income-producing assets”. It helps people who are serious about making a side income whether from their business ideas, renting “lazy” assets or freelancing with out painful hours of study or making a fool of themselves in front of family and friends.
The special report, only available from Bell & Cray Media, a small support service that helps people and which was born out of the back roads of Kalk Bay where families had to borrow cups of sugar and flour from each other to survive, includes the following chapters:
Chapter 1: Getting started: Never too late
Chapter 2: Find your purpose and passion
Chapter 3 Become an opportunity seeker
Chapter 4 Face your big bogeyman
Chapter 5 Choosing your income-producing asset
Chapter 6 Make a start with something small
Chapter 7 Income from property
Chapter 8 The myth/fallacy of the great idea
Chapter 9 Avoid the risks of developing a new idea yourself
Chapter 10 Grow one income asset at a time
It will show you little-spoken about methods to produce income but it doesn’t promise a fast nor easy way. You will need to still work hard and smart. It shows you the secrets which is to be smart enough to know what to work hard at.
The special report will be available for only a limited time after which it will no longer be free. If you want a copy, you’ll have to subscribe and provide me with a motivation why you want a copy.