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  • Anna Gita

  • April 1st, 2020

One Way to Start a Lucrative Career From Home That Could Pay $50,000 in a Day

We’re in the midst of a difficult time in history. The COVID-19 pandemic is causing a health crisis, and both the economy and jobs are suffering as a result.

While many of us can work from home, others cannot. But if a silver lining exists, perhaps it’s this: Now is the perfect time to learn a skill or launch a new career. Affiliate marketing gives you that opportunity.

I spoke with Anna Gita, CEO of MaxWeb, our affiliate marketing network about how to start a new career, working from home as an affiliate marketer.

Affiliate marketing can be a lucrative business with real financial stability, and there’s great growth potential because it’s a relatively unknown opportunity. It’s similar to starting an Amazon business but simplified because you’re selling others’ products instead of your own.

Getting started is low-risk because expenses are minimal. You can market to your existing social media followers for free or set daily spending limits like $20 on Facebook ads while testing what works.

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  • Mike Peters

  • March 28th, 2020

10 reasons successful people never retire, even after they’ve made millions (or billions)

For the past 25 years, I have been jumping out of bed every day at 4am, working 7 days a week building businesses and loving every minute of it! I could have sailed off into the sunset and retired a long time ago. Nothing wrong with that. But for me personally - I don’t care about sailing, fast cars, big homes or fancy accessories.

If your only motivation is making money, you are either going to give-up because it’s hard to endure the 5 to 10 years of excruciating pain, involved with building anything great. Or you will quit pushing forward, at the first sign of success, telling yourself it’s enough. In the world we live in, anyone open to continually learning and willing to put in the hard-work, can live comfortably. The “how to” information is publicly available and the process is relatively straightforward.

My WHY is positively impacting 1 billion people, by providing them the tools they need to be successful. Pablo Picasso once said – “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away”. My gift has always been problem solving. As an entrepreneur, I gradually move towards solving bigger and bigger problems. But the underlying purpose is to come up with solutions that positively impact the world.

Money is transient. We all exchange money for short-lived satisfaction. It is a great tool. But in my personal experience, no amount of money can buy true fulfillment and sustained happiness, unless you deploy it towards helping others.

Find a way to combine what you love with what you’re good at, what the world needs and what you can be paid for. Deploy a portion of the money you make towards helping others.

That’s the path to true fulfillment and purpose. What the Japanese call Ikigai.

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