Can you imagine a life where you didn’t have to work every day? Instead of needing to work you could work because you wanted to or, you could choose not to work because you wanted to. How? By building a passive income, o active income.
Conventional wisdom tells you that the path you’re supposed to live looks like this:
The truth is that there IS another way to live. You don’t have to go the traditional route. After all, you are the one in control of your life. You can do anything you want.
Isn’t that a freeing thought? To know that you’re in the driver’s seat of your own life? For me it is.
One thing that has been on my mind a lot, and that I have begun to work toward, is creating passive income , so that my limited time isn’t constantly being exchanged for money. And because I’ve always had a fascination with passive income I’ve really been drilling down on it lately and not only learning more, but taking action.
I think most people could happily live on $50,000 per year (provided they had no debt) so I thought it would be a good idea for you and I to explore some ways to make $50,000 per year without working.
Note: This isn't some fluffy thought about never working and simply earning money. This article focuses on potential investment strategies that could net you from $50,000 to $ 500k in residual passive income, annual depending on the member program level.
Passive income is highly sought after and often misunderstood.
Passive income streams require an upfront investment and a lot of nurturing in the beginning. After some time and SOFT work these income streams start to build and are able to maintain themselves, bringing you consistent revenue without much effort on your part.
Speaking from personal experience, adding passive income streams to your Wealthify Portfolio can help you increase your earnings and accelerate your financial goals in tremendous ways.
you can use passive income streams to help you get out of debt or achieve financial independence sooner.
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