If you’re earning less than twenty dollars per hour. This article is for you.

Living on one income and saving the second one. This is key to building

wealth. If only one income in the household, then definitely additional

school to advance to a higher pay scale.

Thus, saving the additional income. Starting a part time business may also

be the solution. In the meantime, careful spending and budgeting still

allows one to have more disposal income and savings.

Generation X has amass substantial wealth. The key is to continue amassing

wealth and passing it to next retirement plan as well as careful estate planning.

enough to retire and live off while leaving substantial inheritance to children

and grand-children even great grandchildren.

Rich Kids. Broke Kids: The Failure of Traditional Estate Planning- Kindle
Edition by J. Ted Oakley

Pinch Like You Mean It! 101 Ways to Spend Less Money Now — By Dr. Penny

Pincher Kindle Wireless Reading Device (6″ Display, U.S. Wireless by Amazon)

The Modern American House Wife Book # 1: Home Economics — by Abundant


If you’re unemployed, please sign in at your local state employment office.

As inflation continue to rise in 2023 it will be an extreme hardship on anyone

that unemployed or earning less than $20.00 per hour.


Are You Unique?

Learn the importance of discovering your own unique selling proposition, or what makes your business unique.

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There is something that I have talked about on several occasions here on this site.

In fact, it was one of the very first things I talked about shortly after joining starting this blog

a couple of years ago.

Even though I’ve discussed this before, it’s always worth bringing up again.

I want you to ask yourself a question regarding your business. Are you unique? And

what is unique about you or your business?

If somebody were to ask me that same question in regards to success, I would say

that we offer access

to more products and more suppliers than any other drop shipping service.

This unique thing about your business is what marketers refer to as your unique

selling proposition.

Your unique selling proposal is how you separate yourself—in the eyes of your

customers—from your competition. In essence, it’s the reason you give your

customers to buy from you rather than the competition.

So what is your unique selling proposition? If you haven’t given it any thought

before, what would you like it to be? If you said, “To have the absolute lowest price,”

you should do some more thinking. That is one of the worst USP’s you could possibly have.

Having the lowest price simply means you make less money, and that cut in profit

affects more than just your bottom line. It affects all aspects of your business, such

as the inability to provide good customer support (because you can’t afford it),

develop new and innovative tools for your site, conduct usability tests, and so forth.

Your business will begin to appear more and more like a fly-by-night store rather

than a legitimate company that can instill trust in its customers.

There’s no way around it. Running a business costs money. Running a business well

costs even more money. Don’t let your business go under trying to be the low price

leader. Instead, find a unique selling proposition for your business and do that one

thing better than anybody else, or better yet be the only person that actually does it!

Here’s a personal example of a unique selling proposition I came up with when I ran

a retail computer business. My USP was to offer home delivery and setup of newly

purchased computers. Furthermore, I would offer on-site tech support.FREE INFORMATION

I never did it because it simply cost too much. The solution was to charge for it. But

I never did that because I didn’t think that anybody would pay for it. In a world

where every computer reseller offered free support over the phone, why would

anybody be willing to pay for on-site support?

Well, have you ever heard of Geek Squad? The founders of Geek Squad had the same

idea I had. The difference is they actually implemented their idea. Now they are

running a successful and thriving business.

And a big reason for their success is they found a unique selling proposition that

would elevate them above the competition.

The lesson here: don’t be afraid to be unique! Embrace your uniqueness and watch

your business grow.



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