THE POWER OF PASSIVE INCOME
GET FIT, GAIN WEALTH AND IMPROVE YOUR LIFESTYLE.
We can no longer rely on a single income source to make enough for retirement and certainly not for generational wealth. The secret to those who are accomplishing these goals is passive income .
Passive income is money earned without requiring active work. These forms of income typically require a fair amount of work up front, with the goal of eventually being a hands-off venture in the future. This is how people make money while they sleep. Passive income usually entails investing in stocks or property or selling a product.
In this book I show you the step by step blueprint process on a few of the most popular passive-income options you can use to generate wealth.
Earn money doing nothing? Yes, please! If you’re looking for passive income ideas to increase your monthly cash flow without devoting a lot of time and energy, you’re in the right place. Here, we’ll share the best passive income ideas I have come across. Some of these ideas do require a minimum investment but it will all be worth it when you’re bringing in additional income without lifting a finger.
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WHAT READERS SAY
Miller takes an interesting angle on success and happiness, drawing an explicit connection between your physical and financial health. I appreciated the frank acknowledgement of the fact that working toward financial freedom looks different for everyone and we don’t all start in the same place, and there’s a lot of variance in how financial freedom can be understood. The book offers useful insight about our emotional relationship with money, and the often hard-to-define factors that can interfere with your financial goals, and how to work through them. Encouraging and hopeful, this book is a rewarding read whether or not you’re looking for financial advice.
The discipline you put into how you manage your goals will determine what kind of life you achieve. This remains just one of the takeaways in Curtis Miller’s inspiring manual Wealth & Fitness: The Keys to Self-Improvement. Miller’s upbringing in no way foreshadowed the successful man he is today. But, in looking at what he didn’t want out of life, he was able to ultimately take steps toward self-care and debt management in order to attain the dreams he wanted. Not without mistakes, Miller’s journey in and of itself is inspiring to read about. Furthermore, his approachable voice and practical guidance throughout the book allow readers to explore how to goal set and become their own best cheerleader in pursuit of financial freedom and a healthier self. You’ll learn why debt is a threat, how to make money work for you, how to squeeze exercise into your busy life, in what ways weight loss will lead to financial freedom, and why it all matters. Anyone can gain something from this well-written and intention-filled book. I am looking forward to putting his ideas into practice.
With Wealth & Fitness, author Curtis Miller takes the seemingly daunting subject of self-improvement and narrows it down to 2 key areas: financial well-being and physical well-being. While this might seem to be limiting to some, Miller shows how essential getting both right can be to overall improvement of life. Drawing from his own life experience, Miller’s advice is straightforward and easy to understand. It’s a welcome treat to have this type of practical guidance in one place where it can be read, re-read, and put into practice.
Through details of his own journeys toward physical fitness and financial freedom, author Curtis Miller provides a blueprint for self-improvement. Readers will find lots of good, practical advice for beginners in both areas—everything from the nutrition advice to advance physical fitness to the budgeting tips to improve financial well-being—but the focus always comes back to the qualities a person needs to accomplish their physical and financial goals: things like discipline and consistency. By showing how the qualities needed to reach physical fitness and financial health overlap, Miller is really demonstrating how any goal can be achieved. It is less about following one set path of instructions and more about making a realistic plan and sticking to it. Anyone on a journey of self-improvement will find this inspirational and will take away something to help them with their goals.
Learning and implementing the steps needed to improve one’s life (whether health wise or financially) is easier taken when the writer can relate to the reader. The author’s journey is clearly seen which empowers the readers personal journey – motivating the reader to continue regardless of what life throws at you or whatever obstacles may appear. The message I obtained from this book is your wealth can be reflective of your fitness. Meaning you must put YOU first in order to function in a healthy manner in all aspects of life (financially, emotionally, etc.).
Author Curtis Miller does a great job of showcasing moments from his own life – beginning with his upbringing in Brooklyn, New York – that illustrate how the points he makes worked for him (and, by extension, can work for others). The link between financial fitness and physical fitness is really interesting, and really drove home to me that prioritizing your own goals and motivations is a healthy first step toward making it happen. He gives the kinds of lessons that you would hear from a trusted adult figure in your life.