Well everyone's being bombarded with get rich quick schemes, some even call it a scam, but If youíre dedicated enough, you might be able to pull what everyone else has been trying so hard to do, get rich quick, maybe even quicker.
Yes there is the usual MLM marketing, network marketing, internet business, investment, business making, Lottery, these are all good, guaranteed and doable. Its good to get into one or two of these at a time, after all this is what most get rich quick schemes offer, but aside from putting your money somewhere where it can multiply, you do a lot more than just market and sell.
After you've chosen which of the above mentioned ventures to try, its time you plan a little support system for your ASAP acquired riches, here are four steps to get rich, and keep yourself rich.
Use your Savings account
Deposit regularly into your savings account, aside from the automatic payroll deduction that the bank requires, you should know that to keep your money, you'd have to keep it away from you.
If its in your checking account, its more likely to be spent. Well maybe you'll say "Well at least Iím not spending the money on my savings account" Yes thatís good too, but you have to be a bit of a miser sometimes.
Experts say it's a wise choice to set up payroll deductions to at least $100 - $250 so that there is a constant climb to your money in the bank.
Get rid of debts
Debts are like quicksand, the more you move, pay, make more debts, pay make more debts, the more you sink, and slowly you sink until you're up to your neck in debts.
If you deduct your whole debt from for example the money on your savings account, will you still have any left? Maybe, maybe not, so its best that you pay off your high interest debts before you start thinking about living in a mansion.
A good payment scheme that you ca probably use is to pay off the debts with higher interest rates and then proceeding to paying the debt with the next higher rate.
First you have to know how much you can afford for debt payments, and divide this among all your debts. Then the extra money should all go to the debt with the highest interest rate. Once this debt is paid off, use the money freed up to pay for the second highest rate, and so on until you've paid off all your debts.
Simply paying off the minimum monthly requirement is really not enough, as most of the monthly payment goes more to interest rather than to the over all balance.
If you don't have extra money fore payment, then its probably better if you tighten your belt a bit and stop those weekly restaurant dinners fro a while.
Divide anything extra, in short, budget
Once you've paid your monthly dues, youíll probably have a little left. Divide this money into three, one part for you, one part for your goals, and one part for savings.
Even if you're already hoarding in the cash, don't think that just because you have tons of money that you have to live like it. You don't have to have a higher standard of living just because you have extra cash. Have your home as humble as it is before you started earning extra.
You won't know what'll happen tomorrow, and unless you're pretty sure of your success, which most likely you're not, keep the humility.
Cliche as it sounds, never give up. It's always easier to just surrender, but the people with the most motivation and the willingness to work hard are those that get ahead.
If one strategy doesn't work for you, have a rest, analyze your state and when you can, stand up again and fight. Getting rich quick is mostly a trial and error business, all that maters is you have the courage to try something different when you fail.
And when the strategy does work, make sure to have a follow through, just because itís a success doesnít mean its forever. Constant support and monitoring should get you rich, and keep you rich.
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