Make every day a pay day. Learn how to increase your sources of income and reduce your expenses.
Created by Lisa Newton.
About this course
The problem with Cashflow is that often businesses and individuals are too reliant on just one income stream/source. Instead of just having 'one/two' jobs or key clients, and 'twenty' expenses, why not turn this around? What we demonstrate on this course, is why every day should be a payday - and we explains how to make each of your days a payday and why.
Unfortunately, most workers in the western world are indebted and terrified of losing their jobs and are working around the clock just to make ends meet. During this course, we will outline several things that you can do to generate Constant Cashflow, but nothing is overnight, and this is why we ask you to dedicate 1 hour a day over the next 12 or so months to the tasks and activities set out.
The secret to prosperity it to have constant cash flow - streams of income flowing in from more than one source, but rarely does anyone show you how. This course will show you how. The book 'Constant Cashflow' is included, as are template downloads.
What are the requirements?
Students will need to be prepared to take '1 hour' per day for the next year to work on their cashflow streams (ideas given on the course)
What am I going to get from this course?
Identify multiple streams of cashflow income possibilities open to them
Complete a cashflow forecast for themselves or their business
What is the target audience?
This course is suitable for people who want to generate constant cashflow and not have to worry about money anymore
It is for existing business owners who want to improve their business cashflow situation, budding entrepreneurs and those with a 9 to 5 job and too much month left at the end of the money
This course isn't for you if you are lazy and aren't willing to work on your cashflow projects
Risk warning: Trading in financial instruments carries a high level of risk to your capital with the possibility of losing more than your initial investment. Trading in financial instruments may not be suitable for all investors, and is only intended for people over 18. Please ensure that you are fully aware of the risks involved and, if necessary, seek independent financial advice. The educational content on Tradimo is presented for educational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice.