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  • You get a job and work.
  • Work, shake your tailfeather, make it big, or stand on the street corner with a plastic cup. I'd love to know which works best!
  • Work hard ...
  • Find a need, fill that need, charge others for your filling said need. Usually, the need comes to you in way of "Help Wanted" signs, but there are other ways, of course.
  • get a job.
  • There is this thing called "a job". Works great!
  • buy real estate
  • Work! If you are not up to that then you probably have some other deeper issues that need resolved.
  • Work and charge them for your service.
  • You could work for the Treasury Department. Imagine being able to answer the question "How much did you make last year?" with "$758,927,857,220.00"! Of course, the IRS might not see the humor in it when they claim their cut...
  • The ONLY people who "make money" work at the mints and at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D. C. Everyone else has to "earn money". Just about everyone works to earn for the money he or she has. 1] Some work smarter than others. 2] Some work harder than others. 3] Some physically work. 4] Others mentally work. 5] Others use combinations of what I stated 6] And then there are those who THINK they can “pull a fast one” and “get over on the boss” BUT we KNOW they are only fooling themselves, don’t we? Sooner or later each of those idiots get caught “with a hand in the cookie jar”, don’t they? There are two old sayings: A] "The only stupid question is the question you don't ask." B] "So, you thought --- and think --- education is expensive? Just wait until you try ignorance." Ask questions of knowledgeable people. Remember this: When you are in a group and you or someone else asks a question; that question being asked could be a question one or more folks have on their mind, BUT are afraid to ask. DON'T be afraid to ask questions - and keep asking questions until you get understandable answers to your questions. This requires persistence and tenacity. Will some folks think you're a pain in the neck [and another place]? Absolutely. Don't settle for "fluff" answers or "smoke and mirrors" answers. After getting ALL your questions answered to your satisfaction, HOW do you make your decision? Benjamin Franklin developed a very simple, yet very effective system. You can use more than 1 sheet of paper for one career or one type of investment. You can take as long as you like. You can take as little time as you like. You can simply ignore this. This is your career and your life you’re getting answers to and about. Sit down in a very quiet place. No TV, radio or any other interruptions or distractions. At the top on a blank sheet of paper, write the situation/challenge/problem you are faced with: Should I/we do .....? After the question, draw a vertical line down the middle and a horizontal line across the top of that vertical line - much like a very large upper case "T". On the left side of that middle vertical line, write "For" or "+". On the right side of that middle vertical line, write "Against" or "-". Under that +, number and write down ALL those things or points which could help you to go FOR that question. Under that -, number and write down ALL those things or points which could help you NOT to go or Against that question. Do the same for any and all other careers you're interested in pursuing. You can switch back from sheet to sheet and from + to - and then from - to +. Look at the numbers between all of your sheets: When the + outnumber/outweigh the -, do it. When the - outnumber/outweigh the +, don't do it. And I think we went-full circle on this one: Is it easy to make/earn money? It's as easy or as difficult as a person decides in his/her mind, isn’t it? Thanks for asking your question. I enjoyed answering it. VTY, Ron Berue Yes this is my real last name Sources: The terrific, inspiring books I read, mark-up and make notes in. My wonderful family. Graduate of the Culinary Institute of America ["The C.I.A."], New Haven, CT campus. Over 26 years in the food & beverage business. In the real estate business over 34 years in Pennsylvania. Currently trades options and stocks “THE University of Hard Knocks” also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons"
  • Either you get a job or set up your own business.
  • you could go out an get a job easy money :)
  • get a job :P
  • You make money by being paid for your goods or services. If you have a job, the payment is salary. If you run a business, the payments are for the goods and/or services offerred by the business. To make alot of money, offer better products or services than your competitor, or somehow convince people that your product is superior and deserves a higher price. Microsoft did that for most of the late 1990's.
  • You get a job? Wow.
  • Stand on your corner street selling various merchandise, or... get a job.
  • Work your way up buddy, to make money you have to work for it, you cant just sit there and wait for something to happen cause nothing will happen if u don't work hard for what u wish for. Don't even try gambling cause most cases are its gonna affect not only you but ur family as well, you are losing more money than u are earning and eventually everyone in ur family is gonna get hurt
  • You'll need a high-quality scanner, a decent color printer, and some paper.
  • by working ;)
  • Get up, stand up, and find a job. Money does not come to you. You look for money.!!!!
  • You plan and then work the plan.
  • Buy low, sell high.
  • I'd reconsider. Making money is illigal in the US, go to Canada, I think you can do it there.
  • Start a business and hire the people to make the money for you.

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