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Best Investment of Time

Most of us have a common question of "What should I do in my free time?" which will help you to improve your life skills or even help your life financially.

 Frankly speaking there is not straight one word answer and also the answer depends on person to person. First lets decide what is your interest or what is best skill.

You might be interested in

  • Body building
  • Do it your Own (DIY) projects
  • Knowing things
  • Programming
  • Testing Applications
  • Destroying things :-)
  • Talking about movies
  • Roaming
  • etc..,

What ever it is, first thing is don't be lazy, you have to do your interest day to day else that interest will became obsolete.

And second thing, lets share that to other people in the world. Internet is a common thing for us now a days. Use that resource wisely. Increase your contact and make people know about you.

  • Upload videos
  • Create Blogs
  • Answer people questions online
  • Publish articles
  • Create Apps and publish it on Play store 


Basically show your skills to the world.

Some are really lucky and so opportunities will rang their calling bell when they need it. But some have to make their opportunities. Make others listen to you, prove them your abilities. Don't expect the result immediately. Lets do your part continuously without fail, you are not going to loss anything actually your knowledge will get improved when you are sharing it to other people. Believe me one day you will realize impact of all your work and the time investment you did today.

Lets take simple example of either creating a Blog or Uploading Videos to youtube or posting an app in AppStore.

You might need to spend some months or at least days to create an app/video. But once done and you uploaded it. And if that is really helpful.
You achieved

  • Many people know about you now
  • Your skills are no more hidden
  • You are now not alone in the world, you got some followers and friends
  • Your knowledge got improved

How can it help financially? 
Once you post or video or app got more views/download. You can put adds (make sure you are not irritating your users) and let say that is generating a $100 per month (its minimum). Think it will be for lifetime. Every month you are going to get $100 which is because of your some months/days investment you did today.

Don't you think its the best investment of time?

Let's try..

Do it right now, Sometimes 'later' becomes 'never'

Thanks for reading...


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