El-Watan

Promoting Democracy in Algeria

To Make Money, You Have To Look Higher

In a survey I did in school long ago, about what they wanted to be when we left school, the vast majority of respondents wanted a business. Since then we knew that to earn serious money, you had to have your own business. Over time, I saw many of my former teammate and the vast majority are salaried. Some happy, others less so. When we recall the case of the business, always come out the same phrases: – “It’s much risk” – “I have no money” – “There are a lot of competition” – “The government taxes you run with” – “I have no time” As for risk, I think it would sound like a joke to think that work is safe, especially in times of crisis, where technical shutdowns and layoffs are the order of the day.

As for the money, one of my former teammate started his business selling computers, a very competitive market with a car and a room in your home. Although today is not an empire that would wipe all of Mexico, has two branches and is the third company in size in the region where he is. The competition, contrary to what many think, is good. Indicates a healthy market and money. Who wants a non-competitive market where there is no money? As for taxes, if you learn to handle them, you end up paying less than as an employee.

If you do account for what you pay and deduct a company, you will see that, proportionally, you end up paying more. Time is an element of comfort that is equal for everyone. If somebody else can do, it also means that you can do. So I would rather be “does not interest me much.” When you want to make money online, you have to look high. Do not let these and other arguments you down. You’ll have to work, you’ll have to learn and you’ll have to take risks. In other words, you do what you’re doing now, only with much greater rewards than you can achieve what you do now. Internet allows you to use many resources to make money and really have no limit. Just get ready and do what you need to do to achieve your goals. In Internet failures are easier to handle and you can always start again.

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