I’m glad you have decided to join me on this journey. My hope is for both of us to become “unemployable” (meaning nobody can pay me enough to want to work for them). However, this will be a long journey that will probably take a few years to reach that point. WHAT? That’s right, it is going to take a while (I told you it was not a get-rich-quick program). But let me ask you this…are you willing to put in the extra time to do this for two, three, even four years if you didn’t have to work for anyone else for the rest of your life? I’m in for the long haul and I hope you are, too.
This all started when I found and joined a program that’s purpose was to show you how to join a few sites, sit back and wait for the money to build up, and within about four years you would be making $10,000 per month. The guy that runs the program explains that any money-making process requires either cash, time, or effort (or a combination of the three). The easy way to participate is to sign up for the participating free programs (no cash out of your pocket), spend a few hours a month in administrative type activities (minimal effort) and wait about four years (time).
I don’t know about you, but I didn’t want to wait that long. So, logic says in order to reduce the time, you either need to increase the cash or effort. Since my goal is to do this with no money out of my pocket, I decided to increase the effort. Don’t get me wrong, if you have a bit of capital to invest in the programs, it will reduce the time, so if you have some extra cash laying around that you want to invest, that will exponentially reduce the how long it will take you to reach your goal. However, since I was going to document my journey of making money without spending any of my money, that is beyond the scope of this site.
With all of that said, my focus will be adding to the primary program to expedite process. If this sounds like the option you would like to pursue, I will be giving you information about the various programs I am utilizing along with what I have learned about those programs.
Be aware that I will keeping these static pages (the Steps) updated as programs change. However, the blog pages are my attempt at periodic (my goal is daily) updates, so if you go back to older posts, some of the information could be out of date (programs could have changed or closed, programs could be discovered to be scams, etc.). Since I track all of the programs that I use (and not just the ones I advertise on the Sites page), if you want to utilize some of these programs, I would suggest only using the ones on my most recent post.
So, without further ado, let’s learn about that primary program in Step #1.