How can I make $100 a day?

It’s possible. You can start by reading and following this blog. The first three of the lessons in this series are the hardest-to-follow, but can be very valuable:

You can follow this blog for around 6 weeks (I recommend 12-12), and by the end of that time (I recommend 4 weeks) your income will be around ten times that of what you started with. If I were to do it all over again, I would start with the second lesson in this series, which is “The 10-Year Method.” This is very similar to The Ultimate List of Mistakes, except that you have to make an annual commitment to stay afloat and not start to feel lost. You can also use the money you make here to buy a car or a house.

I want to do more!

The number of lessons in this series can be increased at anytime. Just email me. For the full version, check out my Patreon page. That should make it easy for you to keep up with all the lessons.

For a list of other resources that help me write content, check out my Resources page.

What did you do during the first 6 weeks? Did you sell anything?

I did not sell anything, but I did help support the development of the site through guest blogging, and wrote one of the podcasts on the site.

Where do I see myself in 5 years?

As I write this, I am thinking of how I can build an international business. Right now, most of my income comes from speaking in places like Germany and Italy, where I can make more money while still speaking to people who care about the state of the economy.

What do you think are some things you would like to see at Waking Times in 5 years?

You should be able to pay more attention to what you eat and learn more about it. You should also not be dependent upon government programs like food stamps to survive. I would like to see more research on the effects of marijuana and how it affects the brain, as well as the effects of sleep deprivation and how to get people to go to sleep in the middle of the night.

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Where should new readers find the most helpful resources?

Most of the other content you find on this blog can be found here. If you are interested, please let me know and I may add it to the list.

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