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You do not have to be actively and physically involved in your business activities always. Business is built around, and aimed at, money. Now, money is your servant, not the other way around. So, what about turning your money into your errand boy in business?

There are businesses in which all you have to do is put your money to start working for you and yield returns. In this case, money comes to you whether you work or not. Investments in stocks, real estate, shares, treasury bills etc. are avenues that generate such passive incomes. There is also the business of network marketing which is said to fit the New Economy. In addition, instead of idling away on social media engaging in unproductive chit-chats, you can make monetary returns from your data by turning yourself into an advert agent for other businesses through the task of referrals, and the company can just take a portion of the money it would have spent on advertising and promotion and pay it to you.

Such is the breadth of business opportunities now that you do not necessarily have to wear your energy away working round the clock in a bid to maximize your earnings. Good and careful research will reveal a lot of reliable investment platforms that you can put your money into and see it do the rest of the work for you. This brings us back to networking as a good example. Network marketing is such that you put in a lot of work at the outset to build a chain, usually called a downline, and over time the efforts of all the other persons in the chain will yield returns for you in addition to your own initial investment.

In network marketing people fail and quit on account of grave rejections, but if you persist, remain focused and follow your prospects just like in any other business, you will succeed greatly.

In business, you do not have to be physically active forever. You are entitled to vacations. You are entitled to rest. You are entitled to some good, pleasurable, stress-free life. You are entitled to a life of retirement. And while your business can get to a level where you employ personnel to execute your business tasks, you can embrace a whole new opportunity where not just people, but also your money, works for you to generate returns.

Susan R. George

Susan is the Founder and CEO of Rotdinnah Business Blog. She is an Ex-Civil Servant, Business Consultant, and Entrepreneur who has a passion for mentoring young persons and retirees on the importance of going into business. She believes that business is the best avenue for maximizing potentials, achieving financial success and providing sustainable means of livelihood

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