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I Get Paid To Party. Say What?!

Updated on April 2, 2012

Getting paid to party is pretty much the ultimate dream.

Imagine yourself making money while you kick back and enjoy the good life, or go to fun places and meet great people.

Where would you go?

What kind of people would you want to meet and hang out with?

What kind of music would you be dancing to?

Wait a minute… What’s all this about anyway?

Well, I’ll get to that in just a moment. First of all, I want to address something that is super important to me, because the word “party” means a lot of different things to different people.

To me, a party includes fun, dancing, and people I enjoy spending time with. It does NOT mean getting wasted—though there may be people around me indulging some, I really don’t love when people get trashed. I mean, even the words “wasted,” “trashed,” and others to describe a state of being out of your senses really aren’t attractive—to me at least. Everyone has their own opinion. But to actually get paid to party, you probably want to be on your game.

So I wanted to be clear about that. Partying can be a lifestyle, even a HEALTHY lifestyle. It’s all in the way you look at it.

So what about you?

What does partying mean to you? It could be any number of scenarios, but for the most part it’s probably going to involve having fun with other people in a laid back way.

Now, let’s talk about getting paid to party.

How exactly does someone go about creating an income while having a really good time?

Most people aren’t thrilled about their jobs.

If you love your job, awesome! High five.

But if you don’t love your job, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

This ultimate dream of getting paid to have fun, drive sexy cars, and hang out with great people is actually possible. And, yes, you can have money coming in even while taking vacations in exotic places or dancing to your favorite band or DJ.

It’s all about leverage and residual income.

Now, if you don’t know what those terms mean, I highly encourage you to take a few minutes and educate yourself. My suggestion is to get the knowledge straight from the source, at I Get Paid To Party headquarters.

Because these two concepts—residual income and leverage—are the tools of the wealthy.

And, just as the great Jim Rohn was taught by his teacher, “If you want to be wealthy, study wealth.”

Oh yeah, if you don’t know who Jim Rohn is, definitely check him out. His work is part of the secret behind many of the most successful people in the world.

How you go about starting a lifestyle of getting paid to party?

Now, knowing the strategies of the wealthy is important, but if you don’t have a system to put them to use, they don’t do you any good.

“Hmm… A system.” You might be wondering, “Where do I start?”

Well, first you want to find good people who know how to have fun AND be successful.

This is key, because there are a lot of people who know how to have fun, and lots of other people who have success in the financial sense, but the ones who can combine both things are few and far between.

So you want to look for the right people. Leaders who have a vision, who act in the highest integrity, and who have a whole lot of fun showing others how to live the dream.

And, as you’re looking for these super-fun, successful people, you want to make sure they have a system that is simple and uses the hottest trends in today’s market to create success.

Because if you have both of these things—a successful system and the people who can teach you how to use it and have fun along the way—you’re on the right track. And if you take action and are willing to actually put a bit of effort into learning and creating the life of your dreams, you absolutely can have it!

If this sounds good, check out Casey Kaldal’s story of going from rock bottom to living the good life. It shows you what’s possible and how you can, truly, get paid to party.


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