How to Get 1000 Dollars in One Day – Three Action Items
There is one million ways to make 1000 dollars in just one day. The problem most of us face every day is, we chose not to do them. If you are reading this article, chances are, you do not have an annual salary of $ 360,000. Reality is, for most of us, making this kind of money is not going to happen from a day-to-day job. It will require some creative thinking. The wealthy think outside of the box, take risks and have a plan. The key to long-term wealth is adopting these characteristics in our lives as action items.
If your goal is to make significant money tomorrow then, you must start thinking outside of the box today. Ask yourself, what can I do to make money tomorrow? I can think of some easy things to do very quickly. Have a garage sale. I defiantly have at least one thousand dollars worth of stuff which I do not use anymore. Invest money. Investing money and most efficient way to make money. What can you buy today for $ 10 and sell tomorrow for $ 20. The point is, anything you can do tomorrow other than go to work from nine to five is outside of the box.
The next action item is probably the most important. In order to do something out side of the box you must willing to take risks. The fastest way to make one thousand dollars, may also be the fastest way to lose it. I do not mean gambling when I say take risks. I am encouraging you to try something new. Try something you have never tried before. The trick is to take risks with your time, effort and the least amount of overheard risk as possible. Be adventurous with your actions and ideas. Most of the time it will take money to make money however, it is possible to turn ten bucks into twenty maybe thirty dollars. Your success will certainly be a story of trial and error. So, do not be afraid to fail.
Once you have our idea and your willing to take the risk then it is important to create a plan. Taking the time to think about your next step and why will always increase your probability of being successful. Start with then end goal first. Work backwards to create your plan. For example if I wanted to make a quick grand by flipping a car. The goal is to sell a car for a thousand dollar profit. Getting a professional detail and a free inspection will probably help me sell the car but I will have to buy the car for a good price first. So my plan would be to find someone in a bad spot who needs to sell their car fast. Negotiate the deal in my favor. Take the vehicle to get an inspection. Have the car professionally detailed and looking good. Finally re-list the car and cash out.
The hardest part of the equation is actually implementing these three concepts into your daily life. Thinking outside the box, taking a risk and creating a plan seems almost to easy. What makes it difficult is getting out of the daily routine and actually doing these very simple things.
Source: Matthew S Martin