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How a Student like you can build an asset while in school.

How a Student like you can build an asset while in school.

This post is going to depict plan “B” which stands for better.

Let’s perform a thought experiment just like Napoleon Hill did.

You purchase an asset for less than two hundred dollars. This asset cannot pay for certain things yet. You see the potential in it. With some cultivation this asset will pay off your tuition and whatever else you want to do financially

This asset is not yet an asset because it does not fulfill the true meaning of the asset; according to Robert Kiyosaki. It has not yet created the income you want it to create. To turn it into a true asset, you must know what you need it to do for you. Let’s say, not to be redundant, you need tuition money and some money to have some fun. After all, you are in college. The funny thing with this potential asset is, you have to make another student’s life easier in order to make yours easier. In other words, to get what you want, you must give another person what they need. In your case giving another college student the opportunity to pay off their tuition and avoid the suffocating dynamics of the loan companies would earn you a very substantial income. The asset slowly becomes what you want of it with the volume of fellow students you empower to help themselves and others. You always work at your pace. Your asset will eventually grow to the point where you can concentrate on your studies. Even then, the income you earn will continue to grow. Why? The people you empowered, will empower others and they in turn will empower  others. Each person that is helped will also help you, which is the very definition of interdependence.

This plan of action will be done only on the internet. Any device with internet access will allow you to do the above work. Your  compensation will not be linear, like that of a job. It will however grow exponentially. The instant gratification factor is replaced with exponentiality.

Question. What is the difference between linear compensation and exponential compensation?

In thee regular work arena, it is a well known fact that twenty percent of the workers always do eighty percent of the work. Do you find that fair?

To add insult to injury, everyone gets the same pay and the same raises. Linear compensation is what the job force pays its work force now. You work a certain amount of hours, they pay for the hours. This notion of linear pay fosters the mediocrity of the work force and the frustration of those who really want to work and get paid for their share of work.

Exponential compensation will allow you to help another out of trouble, allow you to get paid what you’re worth, have some fun and graduate with no tuition debt. You will also walk away from graduation still earning the pay.

I know this sounds like fantasy island. The kicker is, thousands of students like us are doing this already.

So why don’t you know about this? Believability. Those that are benefitting from this blessing had to believe that it exists, will work, and put their money where  their mouth is.

Imagine the rewards of knowing that you helped someone other than yourself, on your own time, and getting rewarded monetarily more than your professors. Sounds to good to be true doesn’t it?

I would love to know how you feel about this idea that is already in action for many students by the way.

Shoot me an email at the following email address.

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