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Earn $100/day or Whats the Point Part-II

Updated on May 13, 2011
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Road to Success

"Whats the point of even leaving the house if your earning less than $100/day" was a question that was asked by a relative of mine some time ago. So it was then I really started to give it some thought. How can I earn at least $100/day or more? Earning $100/day at a full time job for some (most) can be a struggle. Not everyone earns at least $100/day and with today's economy that is sad.

The struggles of making ends meet on so little income can be tiresome and become overwhelming at times. BUT this can be overcome by setting a realistic goal and continually searching for other steady flows of income that you can do in your spare time.

The realistic goal IS $100/day simple! How much more simple can it be? $100 a cool Benjamin Franklin a day, 5 days a week which equals $2000 a month which figures to $24000 a year. 7 days a week at $100/day in a 30 day month figures to $3000/ month. Thats 36,500 in one year for simply setting a goal of $100/day.

This goal is reachable with just a little effort. To estimate the amount needed to reach the target of one-hundred dollars a day you would just subtract the amount you make in a day after taxes from $100. That is the amount you need extra to make $100 for that day.

It may be closer than you think and with each little form of income all added together, is one step closer to the $100/day target. This goal can easily be reached in just a few months by taking the time to just look at what your earning each and everyday.

Its Not Just About Pinching Pennies

I am not taking about pinching pennies everyday to save more money - I'm talking about earning at least $100 every single day even if you don't leave the house.

I'm talking about adding income to your pocket everyday on top of what you earn at a full or part-time job. I'm talking about passive income. Income that generates on a regular basis after you have done the initial work.

So how do we go about doing this?

Extra Cash

Today with the internet technology making a little extra cash is somewhat easy. The methods are not hidden they only need to be found.

The tips and tricks to unlocking potential income doesn't just jump out and grab you. It is something that has to be researched. Why? Because not everyone has the same interests.

For example if Joe B makes money writing blogs about "How to make sloppy joes from scratch", doesn't mean that I could make money writing about the same thing.

By doing some research about the things that interest you and then figure out what others are doing that is similar that generates income from what they all ready know. This sounds complicated but really it is not.

Don't reinvent the wheel, see what others are doing and how they are making money online. Then decide how it is you could make some extra income by doing the same thing to get to the original goal of $100/day.

Do the Research

Just by going through the steps of searching, reading, writing, asking questions is the one way that will help you increase your daily income potential. Once you come upon the resources that fits into your daily schedule and is something that interests you, it will become easier and easier to find more types of income to add to the daily total income reaching the goal of $100/day.


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      Stan 6 years ago

      This has been some seriously helpful information, thank you sincerely for sharing with me!

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      Thanks ripples, Alison, agvulpes, and Barry for vote of confidence. The next hub will be about $150/day and so the progress continues.

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      Barry S. Lee 7 years ago

      Hey, good article; very inspiring and thought provoking. Just like me, you're a newbie to hubpages. Keep up the good work.

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      Peter 7 years ago from Australia

      Good advise. As someone famous once said 'the longest journey starts with the first step'

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      Alison Graham 7 years ago from UK

      Good advice and encouragement.

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      ripples 7 years ago from India

      inspirational one...

      nice hub