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How Can I Make $300 An hour?

Do you want to make $300 an hour? It is not that big a deal – if you know how. So, the question is “how?” There are two ways to reach this goal. The first is to find something you love to do, and do it continuously until you have perfected your field. You should strive to be the best in your field. Market that product or skill using different tools and you will find success.

The second is to work the other way around; the bottom up approach. Research on what people are ready to pay any price for and identify where and how you can fit your skills to match that demand niche. Once you have these answers you can dictate your price.

1. Monetize a hobby – There once was a man who hated school and the tedious classwork that came with it. He was in love, however, with a beautiful and very rich girl in his neighborhood. They were in love, but he could only dream of marrying her because he was far below her economically. He decided to generate wealth in order to meet her financial expectations. His only skill was his love for music. He started with job-shadowing DJ's. Then he bought a computer, added some special software and started editing music with pitch correcting programs. He enrolled in certificate courses and researched heavily on the internet. Within a year he was the best music track editor in the State. Within 2 years, he was making $1,000 an hour. It is possible. You just have to believe and do the necessary work.

2. Monetize an idea. Find out what people want. Pat Flynn is a great entrepreneur who “has made it” online. Laid off during the recession, with a wife and baby on the way he felt desperate to start earning enough without a steady job – because there were no jobs available. He researched. He found that many people are worried about and want to prepare for LEEDS. He created a program that walks them though this exam, making it feel like a piece of cake ; he marketed the program on his blog and bingo! Within three months he was earning more than his annual salary at the workplace that gave him the pink slip. This lovely idea made it possible for Pat to forget all about his lost job and enjoy the freedom of making money on the Internet.

3. Monetize your time – Are you wise beyond your years? Do you have any special skill? Do you know something that could add value to any technology, person or organization? Capitalize on it. Advertise and sell your time (and expertise) to a broad consumer market as well as focused consumers. Ensure that your ideas are generating income. When deciding on what you want to charge- stay as close as you can to the goal you have planted in your mind - $300 per hour. If you feel you cannot sell your time at that price (yet); go ahead and make yourself worthy of that fee. For this purpose, you need to sharpen your skills through training/ certification/ more education/ innovations/ technology and so on. The skills you lack are working against you and simply benefiting your competitors. If you cannot work to be the best in the field then you are going to find it difficult to reach your financial goals.

In order to truly believe you can earn $300 an hour, you must feel worthy of that amount money. You must exude confidence in your skills and in your business. If you can hone in on confidence then sooner than you think you can be earning much more than $300 per day. Remember if you can dream it and believe it; then you will surely achieve it.

You Can Be An Entrepreneur

A job is no longer enough. Not for the income it generates, nor for the satisfaction it gives. So, what is? Business. Everyone who is successful in the real sense of the word has some sort of business running. So, how do you get a business running? How do you ensure that you can start this business and get the business to generate a comfortable income for you?

What Is An Entrepreneur?

By definition any person who undertakes a new project can be referred to as an entrepreneur. According to the website , an entrepreneur is “Someone who exercises initiative by organizing a venture to take benefit of an opportunity and, as the decision maker, decides what, how, and how much of a good or service will be produced.” The leading economist, JA Schumpeter, says that in order to be an entrepreneur one needs to have a few intrinsic qualities. An entrepreneur :

- Derives most satisfaction from following through an idea
- Does not always use the idea for profit; but profit is used to measure its success
- Has an innate need to be self-reliant
- Feels excellence is a must; not a choice
- Believes in self; no matter what and even when no one else believes in him/ her
- Is a factor of change; always provokes or connects to change

Why Be An Entrepreneur?

If you are happy working day in and day out, earning a reasonable salary while someone else truly profits from your hard work, perhaps that is best for you. However, if you yearn for more variety and an opportunity to make a significant amount of money for yourself, entrepreneurship is the answer. Starting a business today is not as big a deal, as it once was, thanks largely to the growth and the global reach of the Internet. The mere access to Internet offers you a global market at your fingertips. You can sell whatever you have for wares – a product, a service, a concept – to the whole world. There is, of course, a learning curve here – where you learn to market your product, connect to customers, get them to place repeat orders and stay with your business for life – but this is part of being an entrepreneur. You must be prepared to not turn a significant profit before reaching a significant financial success.

Being an entrepreneur you can do anything you want. This is not merely starting a business; this is taking a step towards self-realization. This is an opportunity to break away from mediocrity and a “follow-the-crowd” pattern and make your own path toward financial independence. This is one very real measure of success; for an entrepreneur creates not only personal satisfaction and wealth, but also jobs and economic advancement in the local, regional, national and international economy.

Are You Entrepreneur Material?

Everyone has an entrepreneur lurking inside of them. All you need to do is search within yourself and activate the entrepreneur in you. Most people start with the thought of simply turning a profit. While this is a good measure of your success, entrepreneurship is NOT about money. It is about doing something you love profitably. In other words, it is something that you discover that makes you feel good doing it. Profits come because you love what you are doing. You will go the extra mile required to make it the best there is. The best part is that in spite of all the work you put in, you will never feel tired or bored as you will be doing something you love to do.

As you find yourself driven by this innovative idea, you will find that it makes money as well. This is the point where you will realize the power and benefit of being an entrepreneur.


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