There are many ways to make money online. Today I will share with you a number of ways to make money online very easily.
Affiliate Marketing: This is a great way to earn money by sharing other people’s products on your blog or website. Basically you sign up to affiliate programs that are available, most popularly on Amazon and Ebay. Once you sign up you will be given the opportunity to search products relevant to your blog and then copy a special unique link that tracks back to you whenever someone clicks on the link and buys the product. You will then earn a certain amount of money from that purchase , this is depend on the company. This is a great tool if you’re are recommending, for example health tips to your viewer, you could add more to your article by recommending a product based on that topic and add a link to your post.
Amazon KDP Kindle Publishing: If you’re a aspiring writer, a good way to start sharing your work is on amazon’s KDP Publishing site as it is free to sign up and use. The only thing you have to do is the actual work and then just upload your book to amazon and you could be in a chance of earning money if people are interested in your book. It is also great for generally getting your work out there onto the internet. It also builds a base for you to start from in terms of self publishing. You might not make a enormous amount of money but it Is defiantly something people have achieve, so give it a go!
Create a GIG on Fiverr
Another great way to make money online is to share your skills with the rest of the world using Fiverr. It is a site that basically allows people to offer their skills to you and vice versa. You can create a account for free and set up a mini business where people can purchase a service from you for only £5. This is a great way to share your skills and earn money at the same time , providing assistant to other people.
Another great way to earn money is to complete online surveys for companies who need them for research. There are many companies out there that need research on customers preferences and that’s why people can get paid to complete surveys. I have tried many different sites but to me the most legit site out there is OpinionOutpost , I have earned money from them quite a number of times now and it has really been rewarding. The maximum I have earned in completing the surveys has been about £20. Its not a awful lot but its good here and there when you need a bit of extra cash!
Sell stuff you no longer need
Finally, the best way to earn money is to sell your unwanted items to eBay, amazon and many other online shopping services. It’s a great to sell electronic devices on as they sell very well, especially new end phones. I have personally always used Ebay for this and have managed to make a fair bit of money selling things I don’t need anymore.
So if you’re in need of some money on the side, why not give these techniques I go and see how it goes for you .You have nothing to lose.
The first thing I’d say is to write down your goals clearly on paper, make sure its specific to your requirements and also specify how long you want to spend each day working on that goal. Make a plan to set aside time every day or whenever you can to sit and work on whatever it is with no distractions! One thing to remember, you don’t have to spend all day working on your goals , if you want to that’s fine but realistically you want to move your day around, by maybe getting some air , exercising this way you’re doing other activities and that can help with ‘refreshing’ yourself. A good way to manage this is to block out specific time, for example 1 hour blocks working then having a 10 minute break, then resuming for maybe 2 hours then after that do something different.
Another great thing to do is to have a reward system in place for yourself, so if do work say for 2 hours, after that two hours you could go out for lunch somewhere nice and reward yourself, or just simply eat something that you enjoy, or just do something that brings you pleasure then go back to the task. The feeling you get from this is pleasurable too and helps you to get motivation. This will also build up momentum.
Removing distractions is also an important thing to do because it’s so easy to get distracted and if you can manage this you can narrow your focus to just that one thing that really is important to you. If you’re passionate about something you will most likely achieve whatever it is you want, because the passion you have is extremely powerful. If you want to be successful you have to put the work in, and most importantly cut all the distractions that will hold you back: this means turning your phone off, not checking your facebook/twitter, not searching randomly on the internet, not aimlessly watching tv; you can do any of these things once the hard work is done! Discipline is the key here! Master your ability to avoid temptation. All the hard work will eventually pay off and this is something you have to trust that will happen because when you trust the process, you flow with it.
What’s great about the hard work, is eventually it becomes part of you, you find your flow with it or in some cases you do the hard work and that’s it, you don’t really need to do anything else!
When it comes to anxiety, those who actually experience it only truly know how life damaging it can to people and much it can limit you. People overlook how bad it can get for people and how many people find unhealthy and limiting coping mechanisms that ultimately make us feel even more anxious. It’s a pain in the backside and many people go through with this in such a way that they don’t want people to figure them out but body language shows a lot about someone and it can easily give it away. Anxiety ruins you and masks the real you, you’re unable express yourself the way you truly want to and ultimately feel restricted.
One of the best ways to reengage your self and start reconnecting with people is to use exposure therapy; it is the best way to really tackle to core of the issue. Although it may seem difficulty (which it is) is really will pay off and benefit you long term because what you’re doing is the opposite of you what don’t want to do but it’s the only way to truly beat anxiety. You have to challenge yourself and face your fears, only then will be build solid and raw confidence and only then will true progress be made within your soul. Believe that you can do it.
When I first started practising exposure therapy, I was very nervous and really did not want to do it but I set the intension first thing in the morning before work and went to work finding any opportunity to speak to someone, even if it was for to say “Hi” or “Morning” because that was the first step, just simply saying that because I did not say that to any one before and now it was time to change that. As I started doing this, I was able to accelerate the conversation to longer talks with people and eventually it became easier to just talk to anyone. I still had a slight anxious feeling when speaking to certain people but the main thing was I went from being mute to speaking to everyone in a confident way.
Sleep is very important in general and can have negative side effects if you‘re deprived of it. This being that you feel anxious and agitated, developing a decent sleep schedule you change how you feel entirely.
This is a great way to improve your general mood and wellbeing over time and also instantly after exercise. You will feel less anxious after a run and more likely to feel confident with yourself and with being around people and in different environments.
When was the last time you really laughed? Watch a comedy, go with a friend and watch something funny. Just hang out with people who make you laugh. Do stuff that essentially will make you laugh. Its good for you.
If you have a lot of thoughts in your head that are the cause for anxiety, try spending five minutes per day just writing down what thoughts come in your head, especially when you’re in the ‘anxious situations’ dig deeper and discover what you can change in terms of thoughts.
Eat healthy food
A balanced diet is the best diet to provide you with all the energy, nutrients you need and if you are consistent with it you can have no feelings of intense anxiety at all. If you’re used to having snacks and not proper meals during the day, change it up and see how you feel. It may take a bit of effort on your part but you will be surprised how much better you feel.
Get a message
Go and out and get a message from someone or better yet a friend, family member and just relax! Messages can help a lot with relieving parts of your body that are stressed. Get a message and see how you feel.
One thing we all experience from time to time, is a lack of motivation or lack of productivity and a great way of fixing this is using something called Kratom. Now the problem is Kratom is actually illegal to sell in the UK now so I can’t give you a vendor to buy from …but if you’re lucky enough to know someone who has kratom then I suggest you ask them for a little bit, for you to experiment.
Basically when I consume kratom (small amount) I suddenly feel full of creative energy and I just want to get shit done. This making me flow through the day with no stress or worries, it makes you more creative and helps you think clearly. It enables you to endure whatever it is you need to get through, whether it be a work day or just a day where you want to get more done than you usually do.
1gram of any kratom strain ,even slow strains can give you a pretty cool buzz and keep you’re energy levels going. I usually consume in the morning on an empty stomach and by the time I head into work, I’m feeling the kratom. It’s a great tool for productivity but I would not make it a habit, every so often when you need a little boost is just fine.
We all struggle to get stuff done, sometimes you can just do it, sometimes we can’t – this is for when we simply can’t be bothered but know we need to crack on with our to do’s!
- Just start! – just start the task without any assumptions on how it will roll, just go with it and I’m sure once you start you will get into it with some endurance. Once you start, it gets easier and after you’ve done you realise its not all that bad once you just start.
- Make a list – now some people aren’t a fan to lists but they do wonder’s when you have quite a lot of stuff to battle and it can be useful to just vent all of it out and then prioritise each task, then begin working down the list.
- Block time – Tell yourself that you will, for example study for 1 hour, stick to that time and even set a timer if necessary and then after that hour you get a ten minute break.
- Reward yourself – its always a nice feeling when you get something done and dusted that was a nightmare and then reward yourself by having your favourite meal, or just checking your phone for a while or just having a general break doing something rewarding and that you enjoy.
- Block out distractions – when you make the decision to start the task, at that moment you will not touch anything other than what is required to and is relevant to the task. Don’t check your phone, don’t get distracted by notifications or get tempted to go onto Youtube. You can do all of that later!
Train yourself to become a flow master in getting shit done!
Using Phenibut for Exposure Therapy
Following on from my previous post on Social Anixety, its important for me to mention an amazing substance, named Phenibut. Phenibut is a central depressant and analog of the inhibitory neurotransmitter γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA). Phenibut crosses the blood brain barrier which causes users to experiences feelings of euphoria, good sense of well being, reduction in anxiety and happiness. Phenibut has been around since 1960’s and was first used by the Soviet Union who also developed the substance. Phenibut has been used by many people for the anti -anxiety properties which are very apparent when someone consumes Phenibut. Suddenly nervousness, agitation and jitteriness are eradicated and one feels at complete ease within themselves and with people, thus enabling them to feel more comfortable and more inclined to talk to others around them with a heighted sense of self esteem and confidence.
One of the best uses for Phenibut is for helping with exposure therapy, because it can be a challenging ride and even more so, a very anxious one, phenibut can be a great help in making you feel less anxious physically and making you feel more calm and comfortable within yourself. It has the power to do this and that’s what makes it so effective.
Phenibut is the only substance I know of that actually works and does not have negative side effects after its use, of course there are instances where one has taken too much and felt nausea but in many cases people feel just as good as they did when the phenibut kicked in when the effects wear off.
My recommendation would be to take between 500mg – 1gm however, if you’re new to using Phenibut I would only suggest ingesting 500mg – 600mg for starters and then seeing how that effects you , you could take more if needed but start small and see how you feel. I’v found that small dosages are quite effective than higher doses.
To conclude, I would not use phenibut everyday for aiding exposure therapy and recommend that you take Phenibut twice a week on different days during the week and then not taking it on the rest of the days and maybe just go without anything and see what happens! Phenibut can be dangerous if you start taking it everyday and you will build a dependency on it pretty quick so just be careful and sensible with it.
Good luck and take care!