Do You Want To Earn More


Everybody would like to earn more. Given a chance, they would like to earn double what they are earning from tomorrow itself.

So, the question: “Do you want to earn more?” sounds a bit foolish. But the thing is, even though is a foolish question, the answer to this should be the wise statement: “I am ready to earn more”. 

But, what happens really, the next person says: “Yes, Yes! I want to earn more. Tell me how?”

Any wise guy, or experienced guy who has earned good money from doing whatever he is doing can tell you the answer on how to earn more: “Be more valuable. Not work harder. Be able to provide more value than what you are providing today.”

The answer is really this simple. But actual execution of this simple answer requires two big qualities: Discipline and Persistence.

How disciplined can you be today and how persistent can you be today, will ultimately decide how much more can you earn tomorrow.

Whether you are a single individual or a small company, or a big company, this rule remain the same. To earn more, you have to provide more value to many.

If you can come up with a system or procedure on how to provide more value to more number of people, then you get on track to being a valuable person or company.

Once you become a valuable person or company, then the person using your product or service is ready to pay you well for your value.

So, go ahead and brainstorm how you or your company can provide more value to more people, if you are really interested in earning more. 🙂

Published by Raza

Content writer and constant learner in the digital marketing field

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