Many people come to the internet asking 'How do I make money online?'
When I tell them they are asking the wrong question, they don't like my answer.
They think I am bullshitting.
The truth is, money is an exchange of values.
If you want to make money online, you really shouldn't be asking 'How do I make money online?'
Instead, you should ask yourself,
"What values can I provide and how can I provide these values online in exchange of money?"
You may not know how to market these values.
You may not know how to build a website to provide these values.
You may not know where to find customers.
It doesn't matter.
What matter most is knowing what values you can and are going to provide.
Detailed know-how and skills can learned or outsourced as you move along.
Some people may say, I don't have any money to build a site, outsource or buy learning materials...
Well, there are many free resources online to get you started. LeadsLeap is one good example.
There are also many places online where you can make some money by simply trading your time for money, for example, viewing ads.
It takes time, but you'll surely make some seed money to get you started.
Moreover, viewing ads will train your business acumen and broaden your knowledge. By knowing what is available in the market, you will be able to use them to your advantage. That's the side benefit of viewing ads.
There is really no excuse.
All it takes is a burning desire and the right question.
Let me repeat.
The right question to ask is, "What values can I provide?", not "How do I make money?"
For those of you who are already providing values in exchange of money, your question would be "How can I magnify and/or multiply that value?"
Ask the right question about money and you'll certainly make it and make more of it. To your success, Kenneth