media is full of advertisements on how easy it is to make money
online. People are being convinced to invest in online jobs, on the
grounds that it’s among the easiest ways to earn money. No lie –
online jobs earn so well when you put in the effort. Mark the words
“when you put in the efforts”. I’ve been saying this in my past
articles and I’m insisting on it – online jobs are not a walk in
Not everyone will succeed in making money online. The game is tough, it requires total commitment and bloody hard work.
Some truth you’re not told is that you’ll put in the work, but it will pay off later. If you’re in a fixed situation and want to make quick money, this automatically cancels you off from online work.
If you want to make it online, first accept the following facts:
You’ll not get it right away
You’ll have to wander around aimlessly for quite some time.
You may not make a single coin for months
Rather than telling you the don’ts only, let me tell you what exactly to do: I guess it will make more sense – right?
Stop wasting time thinking about the method. Simply execute! The best winning ingredient of success is action. Enough of the strategies, marketing, and the product itself.
Your Niche Must Be Your Passion
Have you gone through my past articles? If yes, you must have noticed that I recently shifted to writing about freelance writing and things related. The reason is that I noticed the amount of passion I have for writing about it. It’s actually working, and I also enjoy writing without researching, since I’m writing from experience.
I’m not here to talk about myself anyway. My point is this: make money from a niche in which you’re obsessed.
Do not Overcomplicate Things
I’m not saying much today. In fact, I’m making it so easy to understand. My last point has to be this: Do not overcomplicate. Very few people notice the power in simplicity. See- just do one thing online, but give it your best.
If you’re on Upwork and struggling to land gigs, my last article will be of great help to you. On the other hand, if you’re struggling to get your work account approved, email me, or send me a direct message on my Instagram handle, and let’s figure it out.