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How To Make Money

Making money is simple & quite straightforward — believe me it is.

Find a problem most people have, provide the solution(s) to that problem and ensure that everyone that has this problem recognises that you have a viable solution.

So yes, it is quite simple. But is it easy?

No. Its often hard work — which is good because it keeps the majority of lazy people from encroaching into your space and eroding your value.

Simple happens when you understand how a system works, so you can easily replicate it. Writing A-B-C is simple and straightforward, it only gets harder when if I ask you to write it in Mandarin or Arabic.

So the problem with most broke people is that they don't understand the language of money.

Money comes when you are willing to become more useful to yourself and provide value in your society.

Is it easy?


You need to deal with the possibility of being rejected or disappointed. In addition, you may work crazy hours, get your hands dirty, learn a new skill and sacrifice time spent watching DSTV.

But no one said it would be easy.... I said it was simple.

— Ebuka J. Anichebe (The Thinker)


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