I’m sure everybody’s heard of the saying buy low and sell high and that’s not just for the stock market that’s for every single thing you purchase. In this post I want to let you know about ways to leverage your money. I’m going to be sharing the ways that I personally have considered or successfully done myself.
So without further ado the first way to leverage money is with books. I have personally invested in several books like for example stock market 101, The intelligent investor, and the richest man in Babylon. With this investment of $57 in just these three books, I have made over a thousand dollars in 6 months.
This is just one example of how reading or listening to books can actually leverage your money. I am still utilizing the information used in these books today, which is also proof that it is a long term investment.
When it comes to courses it is another way to leverage your money, but you have to be careful when it comes to choosing of course. I say this because there are courses that charge an arm and a leg for information that could’ve been provided somewhere else cheaper.
Also you have to be strategic when choosing a course what course can you take that can translate into more money for you. For me it was taking an accounting course to help increase my know-how of budgeting and maintaining my personal finances.
Finding mentorship can be priceless and offered for a little to no cost, but there are people in places that charge you for their mentorship.
My advice is to start start with who you know and find people who invest their money in particular ways.
For me I have found plenty of mentors to draw near to who invest in real estate that are not only willing to share what they know, but are capable of partnering with me on deals.
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