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How I Made $100k in 15 Days: A How-To Guide

How I Made $100k in 15 Days: A How-To Guide


Making money can be fun, but it doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time and effort to get started, but once you do, the sky is the limit! In this article, I will show you how I earned $100,000 in just 15 days.

Change your perception of money

Money is not the most important thing in life.

Money is a tool, and you should use it as such.

Being rich doesn’t make you happy; it just means that your happiness comes from other things rather than money itself.

You don’t need to be rich to have a fulfilling life!

Assess what you have and what you need.

Before you can make money, you have to assess what you have and what you need. This can be a daunting task, but if thoughtfully done, it will help ensure that your efforts are not wasted on things that don’t matter much in the grand scheme of things.

Let’s start with some basics:

  • What do I already have? What skills am I naturally good at (or at least interested in learning)? How much money do I currently make from those skills or hobbies?
  • Where can my skills take me? Are there other opportunities out there for me beyond this one particular job or project? If so, how could I maximize my chances of success by being flexible enough to adapt as needed during the course of an entire career path instead of just getting stuck doing something because we all have our limits regardless of how hard we try sometimes?

Follow up with everyone.

If you’re making money as a freelancer, it’s important to follow up with everyone. You’ll want to make sure that you keep in touch with your clients and prospective clients so they know what’s happening with the project and how their work is coming along.

If someone asks for feedback or asks if there’s anything else they can do for me, I always respond by saying “no thanks.” This shows that I’m not bothered by their request, but also that I’m not wasting my time responding back either.

It’s also important not to be pushy when contacting people who’ve done work for me in the past; contacting this person again may feel like overkill because they didn’t respond quickly enough after our previous interaction (which was probably an accident).Don’t worry! The key here is just being respectful while still asking what needs doing next—and then acting accordingly once those requests have been satisfactorily answered.

Potential Jobs on My Wishlist

Once you have a list of jobs to apply for, it’s time to make a wishlist. This is a list of potential jobs that you would love to get and will help guide your job search.

  • Think about what skills you possess that could be useful in any given field or industry. For example, if one day I decided I wanted to work as an engineer at Google, I’d need some math skills and computer programming knowledge (and maybe even some coding experience).
  • What kind of work environment would best suit your personality? Do you want office politics? Are long hours required? Would being able to leave early every day be beneficial or not so much? Think about how much flexibility this job would offer compared with others—will it fit around other obligations such as college classes or family life?

Create a Contract Template

One of the most important things to do when you’re writing a contract is to make sure that it contains all of the relevant information. This means that you should include any special terms or conditions, as well as any other points that are relevant to your situation.

It’s also important that your contract template is easy to read and understand. A poorly written contract will only frustrate both parties and make it more difficult for them both to agree on what they want from each other in future meetings or negotiations (and this could lead them down an undesirable path).

Finally, make sure that your contract follows all legal requirements by getting someone else (like an attorney) who can give advice on whether or not it complies with local laws and regulations.

How to Negotiate Higher Rates

In the same way that you don’t want to be aggressive and try to get the first offer, you also don’t want to be too passive. It’s important that you are confident in your worth as a freelancer—and not just because it will help you negotiate higher rates. This is especially true if there are other freelancers looking at your project who might have better skills than yours (or more experience).

If someone asks what they can do for me, I always answer, “I need someone who understands how my business works and can make sure it runs smoothly while I’m gone.” It sounds kind of vague, but it’s actually pretty specific: I’m looking for someone who has experience doing this type of work before so they know what needs doing without me having to teach them everything about my company or product line. If I say, “I need an accountant” or “I need someone who knows how marketing works,” those statements could mean something very different depending on where those words came from—and while they may help us get jobs done faster, they won’t necessarily result in higher paychecks!

Keep a clear mindset and get to work.

The first thing you must do is keep your mind focused on what you can control. You can’t control how many hours are in a day or how much money you make, but what you can do is focus on the things that are within your control.

If I had to sum up my mindset at this point, it would be this: “I’m not going to worry about making $100k in 15 days (or even one month). Instead, I’ll take small steps towards achieving that goal.

When looking for ways to make money fast and easily online, we tend not to think about our work ethic as much as we should—we’re always looking for shortcuts when there are none available! But if we’re going through life thinking only about how much time something takes up versus its actual usefulness, then there’s no way this will ever pan out well enough anyway, so why bother worrying?

Making money is as easy as thinking differently about it.

Here’s how you can make money:

  • Think about your skills, interests, and passions. What can you do that’s fun? What are your special talents? How do those things connect to what others need? For example, if you’re an artist and love baking, think about how these two things could work together.
  • Think about other people who have similar interests or passions as yours (or don’t). Are there other artists out there who would benefit from having someone like yourself on their team? Maybe they don’t know how to bake simi, but it doesn’t matter—you can teach them! You could even start by offering free training classes online through videos or articles on websites like YouTube. It doesn’t matter where the training is; just make sure that anyone who receives it has access to it at all times through whatever medium they prefer.
  • Look at ways in which making money by helping others fits into your life goals or goals for yourself before considering any specific job opportunities.

Be specific.

Be specific.

The first step to creating a customer-centric value proposition is to be clear about what you’re trying to solve for your target audience and how they can benefit from using your product or service. If you don’t have a clear understanding of these points, then it will be difficult for anyone else reading your copy to understand why they should care either, so make sure that you get this right!

Create a market for your product.

The first step to making money is to create a market for your product. This means that you have to make sure there is someone who wants what you are selling and is willing to pay for it, so that’s why we’re going over this now.

There are two ways of creating a market for your product: getting people interested in it or waiting until they find out about it on their own (when they hear about something new). Either way works fine, but I prefer creating some sort of buzz around my business before I even release anything because then, when someone finally sees the finished product, they’ll be intrigued by how cool it was!

Your product should create a lot of value, and ideally, it should solve a problem.

Your product should create a lot of value, and ideally, it should solve a problem.

You want to be selling something that people actually want, not just because they think you’re cool. You need to make sure that your product is something people would genuinely buy if they didn’t get it from someone else or online (like Amazon). This means you need to do some research into what people are buying at the moment as well as what kinds of things they might like in the future. Then consider how much time and energy would go into making such an item yourself versus purchasing one off-the-shelf from somewhere like [insert name here].

A good example would be purchasing an iPhone case rather than making your own; while this may appear to be more work than purchasing a pre-made version online (and may even cost more), there is still value here because not only does Apple know exactly how many cases sell each year, but also how much each case costs when made by them vs purchased elsewhere—which means we know our chances of getting screwed financially aren’t too high unless we’re willing to spend hours on it.

Make sure you will be able to get the product out to all of your potential customers.

One of the most important aspects of this process is making sure you have a way to get your product out to all of your potential customers. This can be done through one-to-one marketing or using an influencer marketing campaign (more on that later).

I made the mistake of not having any way for people who wanted my book on Amazon to get it in their hands—and even if I had, I wouldn’t have known how much demand there would be until after launch day! As we’ve seen from some other examples around the internet, this has led people to buy more than they were willing or able to buy before launch day, which means they’re disappointed with their purchase when they get it anyway.

Now imagine if instead of being disappointed by not meeting expectations in terms of sales volume/profitability etc., these people were happy with what they purchased? That’s why having a prelaunch strategy is critical: everyone needs to know exactly what they’re getting themselves into before purchasing anything (or rather, before spending their hard-earned money).

Take advantage of opportunities that come your way by being prepared.

You’re probably reading this on a computer or phone, which means you’ve got access to the internet. This is how I built my business and how I made $100k in 15 days, so don’t be afraid of using it!

The first thing that comes to mind when someone says “business opportunity” is a pyramid scheme or some kind of scam. However, there are legitimate ways to make money online without having to invest much time or money (which are usually required). The best part about these opportunities is that they allow anyone who wants them—from teenagers looking for extra cash after school to retirees looking for something new—to get started right away without any upfront investment whatsoever!

You’re going to have to incur costs in order to make money, so be prepared for that too.

So now that you know how much money you’re going to make, it’s time to figure out how you’re going to get it. If your business is going to be a one-man show or a part-time gig, then this isn’t going to be too much of an issue. But if you’re planning on taking on full-time clients and working the hours required by them (and their budgets), then things will get trickier.

Luckily for us, there are plenty of ways that we can make our lives easier when it comes time for us to allocate resources towards our businesses:

  • Have a business plan! This sounds obvious, but many entrepreneurs forget this step! Having an idea of what exactly your company does before even starting seems like common sense, but many people overlook this crucial aspect of starting up their own venture because they think they know everything about their potential projects from just looking at other companies online or reading reviews written by other customers who have similar interests as yours (which might not always be true). Make sure that yours includes everything from marketing ideas down through all aspects, including legal requirements since most laws change over time, so don’t wait until after the launch date before doing any research into these things either!

Like any business opportunity, you will need to put in some hard work.

Like any business opportunity, you will need to put in some hard work. You’ll have to be ready to work long hours, sometimes without pay, and/or in an environment where your coworkers are not always friendly or helpful. You should also be able and willing to take risks—and deal with rejection from potential customers when things don’t go as planned (the more successful you become, the more demanding the people who may want their money).

I didn’t know anything about marketing when I first started this project; all I did was set up a website for myself and start posting on social media accounts with no real plan as far as what kind of content would appeal most directly to my target audience. The point is, it wasn’t easy!But, as we’ll see later…

Make sure you are comfortable with what you are doing before you start.

As a new business owner, you are probably feeling the pressure to make money. While this is an exciting time, you should take some time to reflect on what you want out of your new ventures.

You need to know that it’s okay if the idea doesn’t go exactly as planned and that there are other opportunities out there for someone else who wants them more than you do. Remember: no one can predict how any venture will turn out, so don’t stress about it too much!

Do everything legally.

One of the most important things you can do is to be careful with scams. The first thing that comes to mind is the pyramid scheme, but there are also more legitimate ways to make money online.

The best way to avoid scams is to check out a company and its products before buying anything from them. If you don’t feel comfortable with what you’re doing at all, then it’s probably not worth investing your time in it or paying for their services or products.

You should also check out their terms and conditions before making any purchases so that everything is clear on how much money they’ll take from each sale (if any). “It’s also important to make sure that this business has been around long enough and has some kind of reputation among other people who have bought products from them before; these will help ensure quality control over the products offered by these companies.”

Have fun! Making money may seem serious, but it can also be enjoyable.

It’s important to enjoy what you do.

This is the most important piece of advice I can give you. If you’re not having fun, then what’s the point? If a job doesn’t make your day better and give you some sense of fulfillment, then it’s time to find something else to do with your life.

The world has changed in recent years, and so has our economy. People have become more independent than ever before—they don’t need their parents or bosses to tell them what their next step should be; they know how to reach out for help when needed and make decisions on their own accord (and those decisions aren’t always good ones). The world has opened up so much since I was younger; there are opportunities all around us that we never even knew existed until recently!

Start thinking about how you can prepare yourself for opportunities to make money.

Once you’ve identified your dream job and are ready to pursue it, the first thing to do is start thinking about how you can prepare yourself for opportunities to make money. The most important thing here is that if an opportunity comes along that seems like a good fit, don’t let anything stand in the way of taking advantage of it and getting paid what you’re worth.

How do I know this? because I’ve done it myself! Back when I was in my early 20s and had just started working full-time as an intern at a digital marketing agency in New York City (I’m now 28), one of my coworkers mentioned he was looking for some help creating content for his website. At first I thought he had lost his mind—but after talking with him more about the kind of work he wanted done (writing blog posts), why he needed someone who could write well and implement best practices when writing content (because having great writing skills makes everything easier), etc., we decided our paths would cross again soon enough.


I hope these tips help you get started on your path to making money. I know that it can be a lot of work, but it is so worth it! Don’t give up if at first things don’t seem to go right—keep working and never stop trying. We all want to be successful entrepreneurs or business owners one day, so why not start today?

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