Hello, my name is Taylor and hope you enjoy what I have to say.

Many people perpetually dream of becoming millionaires and having a lot of money. And like most people, don’t want to wait. But how can you get to the point of not having to work part-time while going to school, or not even going to school at all? I’m sure you know it won’t magically happen (or at least I hope so). So where will all of this money come from? I’m here to help you find that out.

So what jobs do the most wealthy people in the world have? Good question. I’m sure you could guess. They are business owners. HUGE business owners. Well there you go. Just go be a huge business owner. But if it was that easy, everyone would do it. So where can you start? Well that depends on what you’re passionate about.

In order to be successful, you not only need to do something you enjoy, but are obsessed with. I’m not talking about something you liked a few months ago, or the fact that you’re obsessed with a new shirt you just got (in a month that shirt will probably be in the back of your closet on the floor). I’m talking about something you dream about. Your field of study, writing books, playing football, working out, cooking. It can be literally anything, just pick something.

Ok so you found out you really like riding your bike to school. You find it peaceful. Just putting in your headphones, pedaling against the wind, and reaching a point at which you feel your moving at the speed of a car (even though someone’s honking at you telling you to get off the road, but you can’t hear them so it’s acceptable). Well you might say so what. The fact that I like riding a bike won’t make me any money, and never will. Well I’ll be the first to tell you that you’re wrong.

So how can you use that trait advantageously? Well this is the hard part, but once you find something people either need or absolutely love, you’ll have a fortune right before your eyes.

Cheers to the start of a profitable journey,


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