How to translate enterprise into money

Being poor is shit. ~Bob Geldof

Bob Geldof’s style tends to be blunt and to the point. He’s not a man to sugar coat any message it seems. Nevertheless in the quote above he makes an important point. People may tell you that money isn’t important but next to oxygen it’s essential for a life worth living. Exactly how much money we need depends on our preferred lifestyle of course. However even for a very basic lifestyle a reasonable income is necessary. None of us want to be poor or destitute. And fortunately we don’t have to be. It is possible to translate our own enterprise into money.

Work is just doing stuff for other people in exchange for money. And you don’t need to have a formal role with a corporation to earn money. It’s perfectly feasible to establish your own enterprise and earn a living that way. Find a way to solve problems for people and you can translate your own enterprise into money a lot easier than you might imagine.

There will always be plenty of customers for products and services not yet invented. If you continually educate yourself for skills and know-how, then you can create wealth by seeking out customers for whom you deliver solutions to problems they have or provide services that they need now.

If you can satisfy those customers then you will make money. Manage that money wisely and you can build your personal wealth too. Determination and hard work are the main ingredients for success in business. Your enterprise can lead you to great wealth.

You don’t have to be poor unless you give up and just accept being poor as your lot in life. It’s not nor should it be. You’re perfectly capable of generating your own income. It depends only on your willingness to find a way to serve others. There are opportunities there for the taking every single day if you’re enterprising and ready to solve problems for other people.

It can be done and people do. Why not you? Go on, just go for it!

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