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    I did not find this article useful at all. Firstly, it is difficult to read, no spaces, no use of the strong tag etc. Most of these steps were useless and just random crap, for example:

    Step 67: Become a billionaire and live beyond your means.

    I am not trying to sound rude but it is ok to link to an article you have written on your website if it will be useful for the NB community but posting stuff like this will benefit no one.

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    "I did not find this article useful at all. Firstly, it is difficult to read, no spaces, no use of the strong tag etc."

    Each one is entitled to a "subjective" opinion.

    It is difficult to draw the line when defining "readability".

    "Proper" spacing can be "subjective" in this context. Why? Single line spaces are properly conventional and multiple line spaces are dependent on the author.

    EDIT: I noticed there wasn't a single line space after each step on my blog post (which I formatted to include a single line space after each step) only when I copied and pasted it on my response below - the software I use (JAWS or JFW) reads a single line space after each step, so I assumed there was a single line space after each step - apologies, I'll correct the problem and improve the "readability" of my blog post. Thanks.

    HTML tags that can improve the visual appearance of text is sometimes useless for a blind man creating the text with a mindset of providing content value over visual aesthetics (which is also "subjective" by the way), but I'll try to "visualize" the most readable and visually appealing visual layout to correct the blog post and do so on my succeeding posts.

    "Most of these steps were useless and
    just random crap, for example:

    Step 67: Become a billionaire and live beyond your means."

    There are 66 steps above this step. Can this mean in order to get to this 67th step, you'd have to do the other 66 steps before it at this point? Perhaps.

    "I am not trying to sound rude but it is ok to link to an article you have written on your website if it will be useful for the NB community but posting stuff like this will benefit no one."

    It can provide key points to some, a 10-year business plan to a few, a few laughs to others, the realization of "not thinking big" to most, simply the acceptance of a few about "not being able to do things simply because what they have is insufficient to carry out "big" plans and what they don't have cannot be obtained at present, and I guess the latter groups of people will think this is "useless" content.

    Again, each one is entitled to their "subjective" opinions, but I myself like to always be entitled to "objective" opinions. After all, this lays down variables in a way that make it "projectable" to everyone making opinions.

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    "How to Earn Money - 69 Steps to Financial Freedom"

    Here's the entire blog post by the way (don't know if I can post this and just drop "s, so if this isn't allowed, just kindly delete this post mods - thanks).


    "How to Earn Money - 69 Steps to Financial Freedom"


    "Step 1: Identify your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in 2-3 niches (this doesn't refer to specialized skills, knowledge and experience in
    writing about subjects covered by particular 2-3 niches).

    Step 2: Identify your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in writing about subjects covered by 2-3 niches.

    Step 3: Compare your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in 2-3 niches against your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in writing about
    the same 2-3 niches.

    Step 4: Carefully select 1 niche where your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in the same niche and in writing about subjects covered by the
    same niche will be most useful.

    Step 5: Identify the relevant demands of clients operating in your chosen niche.

    Step 6: Determine the competition involved in supplying the relevant demands.

    Step 7: Compare the profitability of supplying the relevant demands against the competition involved in supplying the same demands.

    Step 8: Select a relevant set of demands that are most profitable and with less competition involved in supplying the same demands.

    Step 9: Identify ways relevant to your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in your chosen niche and in writing about subjects covered by your chosen
    niche for you to properly satisfy the selected set of demands.

    Step 10: Identify the clients that have similar if not the same set of demands as the set of demands you chose to focus on.

    Step 11: Identify the places or sites where your target clients and their corresponding target markets hang out (your aim is to supply the set of demands
    of these clients, and their objective is to supply the demands of their target markets, so the needs of their target markets if not their target markets
    themselves will be very relevant to your goals).

    Step 12: Spend time in these places or sites and contribute useful information.

    Step 13: Compare your specialized set of skills, knowledge and experience in your chosen niche and in writing about subjects covered by the same niche against
    the needs of your potential clients' target markets.

    Step 14: Identify the set of needs of your clients' target markets relevant to your specialized skills, experience and knowledge in your chosen niche and
    in writing about subjects covered by the same niche.

    Step 15: List down average age brackets, profession, employer industry, lifestyle, 1st language, level of education, home countries and demands of your
    target clients and their corresponding target markets.

    Step 16: Create an accurate psychograph based on the variables mentioned above.

    Step 17: List down the psychograph's most profitable set of categories.

    Step 18: Compare the psychograph's most profitable set of categories against your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in your chosen niche and
    in writing about subjects covered by your chosen niche.

    Step 19: Select the psychograph's most profitable set of categories most relevant to your specialized skills, knowledge and experience in your chosen niche
    and in writing about subjects covered by your chosen niche.

    Step 20: Focus on these categories.

    Step 21: Prepare a portfolio developed to efficiently satisfy the set of demands of the clients and their target markets falling under your chosen categories
    (it will be beneficial in the long term for your portfolio to be uploaded on your own website).

    Step 22: Market your site on the places and sites where your target clients and their target markets hang out.

    Step 23: Contact these clients and show them your portfolio (call them before sending them emails).

    Step 24: Work for them under an agreement clearly outlining everything necessary (payment terms, approval/disapproval policies, revision conditions, copyright
    acquisition, etc.).

    Step 25: Continue to improve your skills, experience and knowledge in your chosen niche and in writing about subjects covered by your chosen niche based
    on the perpetually changing demands of your target clients and their target markets while working for your existing clients.

    Step 26: Continue to improve your site based on the purpose of satisfying the perpetually changing demands of your target clients and their target markets
    while working for your current clients.

    Step 27: Get rid of the "employee" mentality after becoming an authority on your chosen niche and profession while maintaining your "business" relationships
    with your current clients.

    Step 28: Immediately register a business named after your site.

    Step 29: Incorporate PPT on your business model (hire the right people, develop the right processes, and invest on the right technology).

    Step 30: Train all your personnel to work smarter and not harder so as to party harder.

    Step 31: Publish a press release on sites relevant to your target clients and their corresponding target markets about the startup of your business and
    the rollout of its services.

    Step 32: Continue marketing the services of your business to your target clients.

    Step 33: Expand your services to satisfy other relevant demands of your old and new target clients and their target markets.

    Step 34: Identify existing demands of new and old target clients and their target markets for your new services.

    Step 35: Create a psychograph for the purpose of improving the marketability and effectiveness of your new services, compare relevant aspects against the
    information provided by each psychograph category, select the psychograph's most profitable set of categories most relevant to your new services, and focus
    on your chosen set of categories (you'd know the drill at this point).

    Step 36: Incorporate PPT and the "work smarter and not harder so as to party harder" policy on the expansion of your business.

    Step 37: Continue updating your site based on your old and new services together with the perpetually changing demands of your new and old target clients
    and their target markets.

    Step 38: Market your site along with your old and new services to the places where your new and old target clients and their target markets hang out.

    Step 39: Publish a press release on sites relevant to your new and old target clients and their corresponding target markets about the expansion of your
    business to provide other relevant services and the rollout of these new services.

    Step 40: Continue working smarter and not harder so as to party harder.

    Step 41: Continue growing your business to offer additional relevant services to old and new target clients and their target markets.

    Step 42: Get rid of the "small business" and "big business" mentality while growing your business.

    Step 43: Become an investor and invest back in the economy.

    Step 44: Register under your business a school offering formal courses for acquiring the specialized skills and knowledge in the particular niches your
    business covers.

    Step 45: Your school should also provide formal courses on finance, marketing and business.

    Step 46: Incorporate PPT and the "work smarter and not harder so as to party harder" policy on your school.

    Step 47: Hire qualified graduates of your school to provide them with relevant experience and for them and you to earn in the process.

    Step 48: Expand your school to offer formal post graduate courses designed to get rid of the "employee" mentality.

    Step 49: Offer franchising options of your business and school to your highly skilled, knowledgeable and experienced employees now without the "employee"
    mentality.

    Step 50: Get paid franchise fees for them and others to use your business and school name along with its regularly improved and updated systems.

    Step 51: Get paid additional franchise fees for you to regularly update your franchisees' school course materials as well as business and school workflow
    systems.

    Step 52: Get paid additional franchise fees for you to train your franchisees' school personnel so as to maintain school personnel work quality standards.

    Step 53: Get paid additional franchise fees for you to improve old business workflow systems and develop new business workflow systems to expand your business
    and franchisees' businesses to offer old and new services developed to satisfy the perpetually changing demands of your old and new target clients along
    with their new and old target markets.

    Step 54: Get paid additional franchise fees for you to continue marketing your business and sending work to franchisees of your business and school.

    Step 55: Continue working smarter and not harder so as to party harder.

    Step 56: Collect franchise fees and invest in real estate by buying real estate where your business and school stand.

    Step 57: Collect franchise fees to develop your piece of real estate.

    Step 58: Rent out portions of your developed piece of real estate to companies needing to rent out office spaces.

    Step 59: Collect franchise fees and rent profits to gradually buy and develop real estate where the businesses and schools of your franchisees stand.

    Step 60: Rent out the real estate you've bought and developed to companies needing to rent office spaces.

    Step 61: Collect franchise fees and rent to buy and develop real estate around the real estate you already own.

    Step 62: Rent out the real estate you purchased around the real estate you already own to companies needing to rent office spaces and to people needing
    to rent homes.

    Step 63: Offer mortgage options for these companies and people to own your offices spaces and homes they're renting.

    Step 64: Collect business profits, franchise fees, rent, mortgage payments, and mortgage interest to invest in oil and gold.

    Step 65: Incorporate PPT and the "work smarter and not harder so as to party harder" policy on your new oil and gold investments.

    Step 66: Become a business, franchise, real estate, oil and gold magnate.

    Step 67: Become a billionaire and live beyond your means.

    Step 68: Donate to charitable institutions with gainful objectives.

    Step 69: Publish a book and die "happy"."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarxGrayscaleServices View Post

    It is difficult to draw the line when defining "readability".

    "Proper" spacing can be "subjective" in this context. Why? Single line spaces are properly conventional and multiple line spaces are dependent on the author.
    To make it more readable you could make paces between each step and make the step numbers more readable.

    I also think it is good that you posted the entire article for us to read.

    I had another read and found some good points in there, it was just I found the first few steps a little hard to follow and the steps at the end as I mentioned before.

    Thanks.

    GameOver

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    Yeah, see the edits I made on my response before I posted my entire blog post - hope the developers of my software (freedomscientific.com) has plans to correct this Web browsing problem soon.

    I initially placed a single line space after each step, previewed my post, and when my software read a single line space after each step, I published it.

    By posting my entire blog post here, I noticed there was no single line space after each step, so I postulated my software to be bugged when it comes to this feature (Web browsing).

    I edited my blog post, and I think I've properly corrected the single line spaces that should be there after each step.

    Thanks.

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    "Step 67: Become a billionaire and live beyond your means."

    What does this mean?

    Having lots of money provides more time and freedom to:

    1) do things that can make your family and loved ones happy;

    2) spend more time and freedom with your family and loved ones;

    3) create employment and business opportunities;

    4) invest back in the economy; and

    5) gain full control of relevant factors that can affect the lives of your family and loved ones...

    ...so why live beyond your means after becoming a billionaire?

    Your needs and demands among other relevant factors constantly change.

    If you need to change your ways to gain more time and freedom to do things that can make your family and loved ones happy as well as to satisfy your changing needs, demands, etc., then:

    --- living beyond your means will take you several steps ahead of yourself or your changing needs, demands, etc., which also means:

    --- you're already capable of satisfying your needs, demands, etc. even before it changes or before the time you need to change your ways to satisfy your needs, demands, etc. that will perpetually change.

    I hope this post clarifies "Step 67".


    Marx

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    good article.i learn a lot from it

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