How to make money fast and safely – part 1

How to make money fast and safely.

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The majority of people out there keep thinking just like in prehistoric times: “making money fast and safely is impossible”.

But time have changed. Never in history has it been so easy and doable for people to make big money as fast as it is today. Obviously, this is thanks to the new technologies and know-how, that just 20 years ago didn’t exist at all.

For almost two decades now, I’ve enjoyed great passive incomes coming from my internet businesses, which allowed me to live the life I always wanted, with no bosses to serve, taking holidays or days free when I want, choosing to go skiing, playing golf or tennis when I feel like it and, most of all, the chance of being always available for my children while they were growing-up.

Since the ’90s when I started, I kept learning and accumulating invaluable experience just by observing the attitude and behaviour of tens of thousands of people worldwide.

So it’s quite easy for me to understand why certain people are rich and others are poor. Why some will become rich, or at least will improve significantly their lifestyle, and why some will remain poor and frustrated.

But don’t worry, I’m not gonna make here a long and boring essay on human attitudes and behaviours. 🙂

To make it very short, I’d just say here that unless they can change their life-leading Angry employees on strikeaxiom who says; “pay to work is wrong”, they will never make a significant change in their life.

Actually is not about “paying to work”. It is about “investing”. And “investing” is the opposite concept of “spending”: when you spend money you become a little poorer. When you invest money you are potentially richer.

I say “potentially” and not “surely”, just because ALL investments bring a component of risk, of course.

But think about it: the biggest risk you have is just that you could lose all or part of your investment. So what?

Is it really a big risk? Well, actually each time we spend money on every-day stuff we have the certainty we’ll be a little poorer.

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So, wouldn’t it be wiser to invest, before spending? Your risk of being poorer would be certainly lower and eventually you could be able to spend the passive income generated by your investments only, and keep generating new passive income at same time.

Of course it would be wiser! Rather, 99% of poor people have nothing against spending money even on useless every-day items which make them poorer and poorer, while they consider that investing is “risky”. So they don’t invest a dime and remain poor.

It sounds weird. Doesn’t it?

Actually it’s not. It’s normal. It’s just about education: people don’t know what they don’t know.

It seems clear to me that at school they don’t want to teach us how to become rich. In fact the typical school system is undeniably designed to teach the masses how to become ricco_felicea good employee and make someone else richer, but yourself.

So we can keep thinking that the only possible reality is the one we are currently able to see, or start to perceive a new reality for ourselves based on something we are not able to see yet, but that actually exist. We just have to be able to learn how to see it and grab it.

In the second part of this same article on “How to make money fast and safely”, I explain my vision about how this could really happen for all of you guys too.  🙂

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16 thoughts on “How to make money fast and safely – part 1

  1. I like the tone of this article. Keep them coming for me to share with possible warm market prospects. I’ve got my PSA’s this month and introduced all to prosperman. Next?

  2. Fabrizio,

    You hit the nail right on the head with this one! I’ve been in SFI for over 7 years, and though it took me a while to get my act together – I definitely get this now! Looking forward to more posts from you. Keep up the great work.

  3. I am very new with SFI. One of those poor people that eventually started to invest. This is inspiring.

    Thanks for sharing

  4. I am a vey sceptical person by nature, but this idea about Prosperman is growing on me, and I will give it my best to make this one work for me….

  5. Hi Fab,

    Thanks for this great and interesting article. It is very helpful and waiting for the next issue.

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