Saturday, August 4, 2012

How Does Shawn Byrd Want to Make the Money?

After deliberation, it has been decided that the only way to make money is to do exactly what the "gurus" tell you to do. Right? [insert my sarcasm here] Well, Shawn Byrd doesn't think so. Out of the seemingly infinite ways to earn a dollar (or pound, yen, ruble, etc.), the only way that works is one that allows you to sleep at night.

Let me explain. If you were to work all day at a job/career/paying hobby that allowed you to get the bills paid, but only when doing so meant the remainder of your days was to be obedient to others and failure to do so would cause your financial, and by extension personal, world to crumble, would you want to do it? No. When we must tweak everything in life to the breaking point such that the smallest of deviation would cause a ripple effect that would create an unrecoverable mess, then why do it?

There are far too many things that make money, specifically WHAT WORKS FOR YOU, that there is no need to go to all the trouble to merely survive in this world. One should live and get at least some worthwhile enjoyment for all the effort that goes into paying the bills. End commentary :)

Pretend you are on the beach, porch, or wherever may be a favorite lounging area, and let your mind clear from the day:

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

How Many Methods to Make Money?

There are actually numerous ways to trade, and make money trading. The only thing you need to do is stick to your plans. That is easier said than than done. Even if you are in demo mode, your system must be cared for every day.

Monday, January 16, 2012

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Friday, January 13, 2012

Monday, January 9, 2012

Consistency is Often Key.

There have been many times that I have felt down when things did not go my way. I have also felt the strain from the constant "list of things to do", and how they seemingly never get checked off. One thing that I did notice was that by doing all the things I needed, even if they were uneventful in their results, that I felt much better afterward, and for a longer period of time.

An example: working on many things at once, struggling to keep up, and having some of them fall by the wayside. It's very stressful, and possible counter-productive, due to lost earnings, fixing what became broken while waiting, backtracking, etc. Instead, I slowly, methodically, and purposefully set-out to complete these tasks. Even if I break even on them, I come out ahead. I may be barely ahead, but it is better than it would have been. Even net zero (break-even) is a winner, mainly if it takes the place of negative.

I feel better, am happier, and can direct my talents and energy more to where they may be useful and profitable. I once read that creativity needs freedom, and to remove major stressors helps that freedom to create flourish. Can you imagine what you could achieve if you had that freedom every day?