Are you leaving money on the table?
Could it be that you are leaving money on the table? In may cases it probably is. This blog will allow you to find out if you are leaving money on the table.
How many income streams do you have working for you in some way?
If you have less than four income streams then there is some money being left on the table.
If more than two of those streams of income mean that you must work then there is money being left on the table.
Let's go a little deeper, shall we?
Take some time and list your strengths (no matter if you are using them or not).
Now review that list and determine if you are earning any income based on your strengths,
Now look at your monthly budget and determine how much money would be left at the end of the month if you cut out all of your unnecessary expenses. By the way necessary expenses are as follows: housing, transportation, food and anything that is helping you make money.
How much of that money are you investing in yourself via personal development or funding realistic investments? If it is the percentage is not over 30% then there is some money being left on the table.
If you want to know how to get your money off the table contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org once you have followed the steps above.
Look forward to hearing form you,
Frederick O. Towles