(Simple Money Making Tip for Students during Vacation)
First of all, I won’t claim that I have acquired millions from these ideas because I haven’t. These are not easy ways to get money, which I don’t believe truly existed. One has to put some effort to acquire something. Even instant millionaires like those who won lotto did some effort of getting into the line standing for hours, writing, etc. Like anything else, our output is the derivative of our input.
These money making tips I have tried and found to be effective are suitable for students who are looking for something productive this summer. During my teen-days the money-making activities in summer I had were limited to helping in my uncle’s store, helping in planting or harvesting, and selling mangoes, ice candy, or anything we could cook in our little kitchen. These days, let’s say the younger generation is lucky enough to have such wider and better alternatives to choose from. You have all the resources you need. And all you need to do is to find a way to make those resources beneficial.
1. First thing. Start with your passion, skills, talent or whatever they call it, it is something that you enjoy doing or something you feel incomplete without having…. The most common thing people, both young and adult, love to do these days is internet surfing. Even if you don’t have internet connection at home, I’m sure you visit an internet café at least 1 hour a day doing nothing but browsing through Facebook, or YouTube or playing or simply hanging around. You can convert this 1-hour a day into something productive.
2. Fuse your love with the internet. Now, let’s focus on the internet thing. There are so many productive ways you can do with and in the internet. Again, ask yourself another question. Without the internet, what else do I enjoy doing? Writing? Drawing? Painting? Designing? Graphics? Selling? Anything…. You can fuse this love with your ‘love of internet’. You might think that only the really talented people can do this. I beg to disagree! Mediocrity is only a state of mind. And you wouldn’t know if you are good at something unless you try it. Try everything until you find that special thing, which will truly inspire you. Some people discover their talent late because they didn’t try everything earlier in life.
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