Best 3 Writing Courses For People Who Want to Make Money Writing

If you want to become a freelance writer then these courses are for you.

If you want to sell your own products or services then these courses are for you.

If you want to sell other people’s products or services then these courses are for you too.

In fact, if you want to get a chance of making a lot money online you need to know how to sell your ideas.

All of these courses use some sort of copywriting knowledge one way or another.

For those who don’t know what copywriting is. Copywriting is sales in print.

Hey wait, I don’t want to be no sleazy salesperson. Don’t worry you won’t. Copywriting isn’t like that at all. In fact, the first rule of Copywriting is to write in a conversational tone.

Anyway, without further ado here are the best 3 writing courses in my opinion…

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Warren Buffett’s Investing Secret

Warren buffet was taught by Benjamin Graham, the author of the intelligent investor and the father of value investing. He was and still is Buffett’s idol.

Benjamin Graham taught the ‘value’ investing which is investing in a ‘valuable’ business at a low cost. But, this is not what Warren Buffett applied to become the successful investor he is today.

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How to use the Monthly Budgeting Plan

Ok, so if you haven’t downloaded the monlthy budgeting plan then you can go and find it in the Business Tools page, but to save you some time here is the download for the Monthly Budgeting Plan.

Now that you have it infront of you lets get started.

  1. ‘Monthly Net Income’ is the total income you recieve every month.
  2. ‘Income 1, Income 2…’ are your monthly income streams, you may have more than one and they could be things like your tenants rent, the car park space you’re renting out, maybe income from forex trading and then your 9-5 job. You can amend it accordingly.
  3. ‘Monthly Net Income Total’ is all your incomes added up together (pretty obvious).
  4. ‘Monthly Expenses’ are your monthly overheads which you pay every month such as tax, rent, water bills, and others. You can insert as many rows as you need and name them according to your requirments, also note that on row 19 the term “Other” could refer to things that are recreational (which is a variable amount each month) and may not be a fixed amount, I recommend you remove it if you’re really serious about saving money since we want to cut out every expense we can.
  5. ‘Monthly Expenses Total’ is again similar to number 3 except for your expenses (expenses added together).
  6. ‘Monthly Saved Money’ is the amount of money you have left (income – expenses) and should be put into your seperate investment account which I will talk about in another post.
  7. ‘Daily Saved Money Goal’ is the sum of money you are saving on average per day (Monthly Saved Money/30). For example if the ‘daily saved money goal’ turns out to be £5, then that means we are saving £5 each day. Of course you could go ahead and spend £5 a day, but why waste your time doing all of this if you’re going to spend it all?
  8. ‘Yearly Saved’ is the amount you save per annum (Monthly Saved Money x 12), so if everything goes according to plan, you should have that much money saved in your seperate account.

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