Active income requires constant input of time and effort to generate money. It’s how most of us make our money. Passive income on the other hand is basically everyone’s dream. Imagine not having to actively work to but still be able to get paid? The trouble is that most passive income ideas that get thrown around aren’t actually sources of passive income—at least from the get go. In my experience, it takes lots of
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Self-determination theory (SDT) is a school of thought in psychology that explores the motivations behind people’s choices and how they relate to psychological needs. It looks at how we make decisions when there’s an absence of external influence. A self-determined individual is essentially someone who: Takes responsibility for their own actions Feels in control of their own behaviors, decisions and life direction Validates themself and finds motivation from within Makes decisions based on their
Intermittent fasting is a cycle of fasting and feasting. You eat, then stop. Eat, then stop. There are many different approaches, but the most common is to simply compress your eating window (typically 14-16 hours of fasting followed by 8-10 hours of feasting). When I tell people about the benefits I’ve experienced from intermittent fasting, their interest usually peaks… …until the point where the realization hits: You actually have to stop eating for a
Both freelancing and entrepreneurship can be great ways to start an online business. Each can earn you the freedom to work for yourself if you go through the correct the process of identifying a customer need and fulfilling it. Early on, I quit my job to start freelancing so I could spend more time working on my website ideas. Once one of them took off, made the switchover to full-time entrepreneurship. Which you should
When Tim Ferriss dubbed them the New Rich, they were merely a quiet underground culture—a small group of entrepreneurs who chose to value time and mobility over money. But in the past decade, the nomadic subculture has become a movement. Now there’s a new wave of freedom-seekers 15 million strong who know their options, refusing to be defined by a job title or refined by a zip code. These travelers have escaped their cubicles