Impact, Influence and Income

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1 year ago

I don't know much just yet but the little I've known and taken action on has been able to produce tangible results.

Let me ask you these:

  • What do you really want?

  • How much do you want what you want?

  • Are you willing to genuinely do what it takes to get it?

  • What will have more results do for you?

  • How much better would your life be when your goals become a reality?

Giving sincere answers to these questions can help you define what you exactly want.

Most times the problem is not that you don't have what it takes. The problem is more with you not knowing exactly what you want.

You can choose to argue with me, but the that you know what you want lies in your willingness to do what will lead to the outcome you expect.

What do you really want? Are you sure you want it? Okay, what are you willing to do to get it?

Let me narrow this down for you.

If you want money;

STOP. Looking for it, begging for it, being angry at those who have it, wishing for it too.

START. Learning about how to attract it, retain it and multiply it. Building VALUE (solutions to problems people are willing to pay for), giving out money too.

Money is attracted by value.

You attract money by becoming valuable.

You become valuable by acquiring skills that provide a solution to people's problems. Money hides in people's problems, if you solve them you get paid. If you don't solve them you get ignored. Your goal should be to do to people what they can't do for themselves.

Your acquired skills are what help you attract money.

Your skills are simply your problem-solving abilities. To be skill-less is to be moneyless. You are broke because you don't have skills you can exchange for money.

Acquiring skills that can change your financial status is not a difficult task again. The internet is there and social media makes it all easier.

All you need is the willingness to learn and also make sacrifices (time and little financial investment) to be taught right.

A will always make a way.

When it comes to learning high-income skills, 5 things are important:

  1. WHY you are learning.

  2. WHAT to learn.

  3. WHERE you learn.

  4. WHO you learn from.

  5. HOW you learn.

Get this right, and you'll get on the right path to acquiring a valued skill that attracts money.

Side Note

Being a student is not an excuse to be broke. John use to make 5000 to 15000 weekly while on Campus. He is a graduate of Civil Engineering so don't think he had free time on campus. He made at least 45,000 Naira monthly. I'm guessing you'd need more now because the prices of items are hiking by the day.


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1 year ago


Your articles really gives me some inspiration, I now know that I need to make myself valuable to attract money, but I'll like you to explain on how John made #45,000 monthly as a student

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1 year ago

John is good at graphic design. He has a Fiverr account. He also gets gigs from people around him. Not just that, he has other online opportunities he has taken advantage of.

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1 year ago

I totally agree with you. It’s easy to fall into self-pity or even worse, jealousy. Many with low wage complain that they work hard but there are others who earn more. Well, that tends to be for a good reason. A neurosurgeon deserves among the highest salaries simply by having such responsible duty and having invested many years into it. And as you said, that specialist has the skills that a tiny fraction of the population have masters. Well, I admire them. But I’d question the intelligence of someone who says that they deserve a similar salary without any university/college education.

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1 year ago

Well, people have freedom of speech. They have right to make their opinion public, that doesn't mean we have to put that to heart. Thanks for your contribution to the post.

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1 year ago