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HI Ryan. How are you? i want to ask you. How did you get to where you are today? I watched few of your videos and I know you did stocks and more. But did you rent and did you live at home in the beginning? How long did you have to live and save until you felt" you were set free financially" ?
The cleaning business however is mostly for females. If a guy requests a cleaner he would much rather see a female come and clean than a man. Same goes for females, some have past trauma with men or they just don't want to be in the same house as a man bc they might do something to her. Of course, guys can do it but it will be harder to get clients, this is where word of mouth is beneficial for men.
It's sad and amazing at the same time, that my country pays normal working people like 100CZK = 4-5$ per hour, cleaners usually have about 75CZK or less = 3-4$ per hour. And then I look at your video how to make money and you get about 700CZK = 35$ per hour just for cleaning 😂😂
If you want networking opportunities, get a job as a front desk agent at a nice hotel that targets business travelers. I worked at an Embassy Suites and most of our guests travel on business and stay here frequently, sometimes they have to be in the area for several weeks (or months) at a time on an assignment. Thus, the hotel becomes like a second home and they naturally get to know the staff and become comfortable talking to them. The bartenders are popular too, but the front desk has the most interaction with the guests. If you're friendly and demonstrate excellent customer service, you'll have that opportunity to form connections with a lot of high-ranking industry professionals. My coworkers and I have gotten tons of job opportunities from these guests who basically say "I like you. You have good people skills and you're diligent. If you ever want to get into this industry, here's my business card". It happens all the time. It's so easy to get them to talk about how to get started in their line of work. Also, a lot of my former coworkers have gone on to become restaurant owners and general managers at other hotels, so you're well connected if you want to stay in hospitality. It's not a hard job (and it is entry level), as long as you aren't an asshole or super incompetent, you're pretty much set. The more you engage with guests, the more opportunities you'll get. The pay isn't particularly great, in California I got paid on the high end of the spectrum, $12 an hour. Still well worth it with all the connections I made though (and I only worked there for a year). Plus, you'll gain professional experience with general office duties and customer service methods, which are highly transferable skills.
Or you can just pay people enough automatically and then that is the gratuity included but it seems like there are a lot of richer people that don't like the simpler route, kind of like how you rather work longer so that you can pay others to do practically everything for you which is a circular logic because you are working longer just to have those services rendered!
It is okay whatever I am just a hater though I admit, once I get mine I will do things my way Ryan and show you what a boss does with their money!!!!! I appreciate the video it really motivates me to want to be in your position!
You should get an LED panel light for your key light as you are a little dark on camera. Try justifying yourself more frame left for better thirds. If you have space back up the camera and move up the chair so the background falls off more (less distracting). If you can shoot with the iris more open, like a F2.8 or 1.8 you can get a more shallow depth of field which would look better.
If you find the background window area still too distracting they make ND Film which comes in rolls and knocks down the background. You may want to adjust your white balance also (color temp) so you don’t appear warm. It’s totally fine to shoot 5500k daylight if your key light matches and keep the practical light (the floor lamp) tungsten for mood.
Liked the video, I may get the cleaning side hustle going! Be well.
I'm a licenced massage therapist and have made upwards of $100/hour. Granted, you do have to pass a 10 month minimum course (florida) and the board certified however besides that it is an awesome side hustle.
Unless you're building something from scratch and having many people give their money, the only way to get more money is to get large amounts from rich people, which is why taxing the rich less gives them more money to give to people who work for them.
hello! I'm 17. I live in the U.S. it's being a long time doing research & I really want a way of making money, but I have nothing to start with. I don't have laptop, but I have a smartphone. Anyone out there that knows what's best for me?
I don't understand why these things are referred to as side hustles. These are second jobs that pay shit. Most people, if your job offers you the hours, can make more money just doing their primary job. For instance I can work a 4th shift at my primary job each week for an additional $1000 dollars on my paycheck between a bonus and overtime.
My side hustle is freelance transcription and French/ English translation. I have a diploma in Bilingual medical administration but my day job did not allow me to work on the skills I acquired in college very much. Now I do it on the side and I love it :)
bro ur cool,but rich guys dont youtube or bother much online,btw,what u mentioning here has been around for say,centuries and probably longer,especially first couple of ideas,so that market is pretty much taken.best way to get some money,and more real are SURVEYS,its not a lot we are a fcking humans but any extra is good.
I have a rebuttal, you're absolutely correct in that these areas can be saturated BUT the real money maker is being really good at your service and reliable. Cleaning services that are reliable get referrals and loyal customers (trust)
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I would like to add a very good one for areas that have snow! You can make a very good money removing snow for neighbors that don’t have time or energy to do it!
Actually you just need a shovel! In snow days teenagers don’t have school or college and people is desperate in having a clean driveway!!
The payment is in cash of course and you can also get tips!!🇺🇸🇺🇸
I have a cleaning service, I’m 19. Started when I was 17. I started out at $35/hr... I’m 19 and still making the same amount. However, my cleaning service is detailing cars. I usually make about $300-$400 a day.
Hellolife I didn’t, I just started too work. Some days I don’t work and some days I do. It’s really part time for me. I plan on going full time next year. Just get started, that’s the main thing. I only had a a roll of paper towels and Tuff Stuff. Now, I have over $3,000 in supplies and equipment and working on getting a generator and water tank and a trailer for next year. Just appreciate the learning curve, if your doing it for the money. Don’t expect too get far, do it because you enjoy being an entrepreneur and living on your own terms.
+James Gunn Best place is OfferUp and LetGo. You ALWAYS have to negotiate. You kind of have to use some psychology to get the price you want. Most people overprice their Apple Watches. I talked one guy down from $100 to $60 and another from $120 to $55. I've found some IPhones with huge profit margins but I always feel sketchy buying phones since they are more finicky with the carrier and such. On top of that, I source GoodWill A lot. You can definitely find some good items! I usually buy Ralph Lauren, Orvis, and sometimes Tommy Hilfiger (Found a awesome polo sweater for $8 and sold it for $30). I use Ebay for selling although I might stray away since the fees are high. I might move to Etsy or Shopify. I want to make YT videos on reselling but just haven't got around to it!
Caleb Butler TECH REVIEWS hi, I do the same with iPhones. I struggle to find any devices with a big enough margin from buying and selling? Where do you source and sell if you don’t mind me asking?
I pull in some extra cash selling on eBay. I like having inventory of something I bought cheap at local auction and selling individually. You can buy inventory from closed businesses etc. Another thing I like to do is buy collections of whatever for x amount knowing I can take one item from collection and sell it for x making all other items remaining 100% profit. Usually from an estate/garage sale, flea markets etc. As far as fees go I dont even notice because ROI is so high I can afford it. The fact they are providing a platform for me to connect globally justifies it for me too. It takes patience but once you have items on there you can go live life. The more you put in to it the more you will make. When running 7 day auctions I make it a point to add 3-10 items a day consistently so I always have items ending.
I'm not suggesting this idea, but rather the concept. I met a guy once working behind a counter at a lumber yard in the big CT. He looked well dressed and a little out of place. Turned out his friend was the owner of the lumber yard and needed someone to come in and help. This guy did, just for some months. Turned out to be a guy who owned railroad cars. He had no idea where they were but would own them and rent them back to the railroad companies. What I learned was there were always unusual jobs and incomes available....you simply needed to look around. The story continues. Met a guy working in Florida who simply said. "See how other people are doing things, and find a better way" he continued and told me a story of how fork lift operators kept bumping their pallets against a block wall in a warehouse. Contractors were called in to bid on fixing the bowed block wall before it crumbled to the ground.. All the contractors gave their prices to take down the wall and then put it back up ($9,000 +/-). One guy came in and got the job. His idea was to anchor hydraulic jacks into the floor and push the wall back into its original position. He earned $5,000 in one afternoon.
Just to provide some real-world info about the house cleaning I also hired a cleaning lady a couple times and she had a partner and I paid $130 for them to clean the house, took them 2 hours so $65 per person or $32.50/hr for each person.
+Ryan Scribner options are something I have thought about, are these something youd recommend looking into? I have some close family friends who started trading options a little over a year ago and they have made some good money off of it.
+Ryan Scribner thanks for responding to my comment Ryan. I have also thought the same thing about day trading. It also seems way more demanding of your daily time, constantly watching your phone all day to sell at the right time. Not for me, but I've got some friends who seem to do well day trading.
If you look at the facts, 90% lose money. I have interviewed two traders I respect; Jason Graystone and Ricky Gutierrez. I really like what Ricky stressed in his videos and that is PAPER TRADE FIRST! Do not risk any of your own money until you can prove that you can consistently grow your account. I used to swing trade but it wasn't for me, too stressful!
How did you start with only a few hundred bucks? I thought you needed a couple thousand dollars since you would have to contact a supplier to have them manufacture the item for you that you plan to sell.
You must have started dropshipping without contacting a supplier, so i'm wondering how you did that. Thank you
There are websites online you can sign up with for tutoring, basically like Uber but for tutoring. The one I found is called WyzAnt and they started taking a 40% cut and after I logged more hours in they lowered it in 5% increments until they took a 20% cut. Now starting in mid January 2019 they're going to take a flat 25% cut from all tutors no matter how many hours you have logged. You can also look up the app Next Door which is basically like a social app but only with people in your neighborhood which is another great way to find students. Also local Facebook groups can help as well.
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