“Income comes into our lives in degrees” by Mike Rus

“Income comes into our lives in degrees” by Mike Rus

April 30, 2021


By Saeed Ghaffari

Mike Rus

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Income comes into our lives in degrees


Let’s start at the beginning where most of us start. Trading our time for dollars, working for a living. This is what mainstream America is taught, get a good job, right?
I can still hear myself yelling at my kids, get out of bed and get a job!

Income comes into our lives in degrees or levels, most never leave the job level even if they are self-employed, if they don’t work they don’t get paid.

We find out very quickly that we only have so much time to trade. 60 hour work week and we are toast. I had a few friends over yesterday and one friend texted me this morning “sorry Mike I had to work late and came home and passed out. We’ll get together this weekend”.

Next we look at Savers. Savers are folks that have a “good job” and manage to put some money away for some mainstream investments. I am talking about investments that are easy. You open a Robbin Hood account and boom you are making easy investments with the money you saved up from your job.

Income comes into our lives in degrees

Now we take a look at investments that are harder, when I talk about easy or hard, I am measuring the degree of education that is behind each investment. You may have put 2 years into your research on several stocks you want to buy before opening that Robbin Hood account or 2 minutes like I did by taking a hot tip from my son about some new blockchain to buy.

Ok Harder investments.
These are investments that you work hard at Once.
I’ll say it again these are investments that you work hard at once and then you go on to the next one.

Let’s look at a website, you work very hard in the beginning to learn how to make this first website to generate income, you drive traffic, you build funnels, you backlink and it takes you 12 months to get the momentum to generate $10 a month, then $75 then $250.
Once you reach a desired level it now requires very little maintenance going forward to tweak that site to keep it visible and functional.
Off you go to the next one, now it takes you 4 months to get to your desired number and so on. If you can build 3 a year you are building Passive Income, it requires some amount of upfront work, but now you are making money while you sleep and there is no limit to how many you can create. Something else very important happens, you now realize money is just a tool and not something you constantly have to chase.
You take that tool and build out systems and teams if you want. Take it to any level you desire.

I do this with non-performing mortgages, I worked very hard at first learning the techniques of the business and then I work hard on one loan at a time to get it generating cash flow, then I work on another and another.

Now I have teams finding me deals and teams assisting me in getting these non-performing mortgages performing, sounds simple and it is once you get good at it.
What I am doing is creating multiple streams of passive income for the rest of my life.
I do not even have to be alive to collect these streams of income.

It’s like learning the piano, at first you are going to sound horrible, that’s just the way it is, over time you get better and better until you can do it without thinking or looking.

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