Many people come to I’ve Tried That looking for ways to make money online. We’re all for that, but remember, the offline economy is immeasurably larger. Opportunities abound, even in a turdbucket economy.
And for many people, it’s more realistic to supplement your income by looking around your neighborhood and town instead of online.
We have promoted one such opportunity recently—Scott Ritter’s independent recruiting business kit.
In addition, one of the things I like most about In Your PJs is its powerful brainstorming tool to help you find those opportunities lurking in local businesses and communities. Its philosophy is don’t wait for a job. Go out and create your own income. And then it shows you how.
Tomorrow’s post is a review of another book with a similar philosophy. It’s called Career Renegade: How to Make a Great Living Doing What You Love. And it’s a real book. With paper. So you don’t have to read through a sales page to get it. Just tune into the review and decide if it’s something that might be good for you.
If you have a passion, something that charges your batteries when you do it, chances are good that you can figure out a way to make money from it. Maybe a lot of money. Career Renegade will show you how.
Your passion doesn’t have to be Web based, but the book shows you how you can use the Web to monetize it. What could possibly be better than doing your hobby full time and getting paid well to do it?
Until tomorrow, then.