Making Cash From The Trash

Making Cash From The Trash

 

…knew that line would get your¬†attention. ūüôā¬†

Once upon a time, there was a coffee shop, that came up with a money-making idea.

You see, said coffee shop, like most coffee shops, had to get rid of the sacks that the coffee beans came in.

Most folks just tossed them in the trash, but these folks decided to sell them.

And that’s what they did. One¬†man’s trash suddenly became an¬†income stream that no one had¬†thought of before.

Now, who was buying the sacks,¬†I don’t know…probably hipsters¬†for furniture or wall art.

But that’s what I want you to¬†think about today?

What are you tossing away after one use that you could reuse, repackage, and make money from?

Social media quotes can be put on a coffee cup.

Because if it’s inspiring on one,¬†it can be just as inspiring when¬†someone is drinking their morning¬†brew.

Heck, even a coloring book image can brighten up a white t-shirt, and put some money in your pocket.

Moral of the story…there’s cash¬†in your trash.

You’ve just got to put that noodle¬†of yours to work on it.

And if the coffee cup idea sounds¬†interesting…click here.

Making Cash From The Trash
Barry J McDonald.
www.WriteCome.com
“Be The Unicorn In Your Market.”

PS – The coffee shop story above¬†came from Russell Brunson, who¬†I’m learning a lot from at the moment.

Making More…By Creating Less

Making More...By Creating Less

 

…now, you’d be wrong in thinking¬†that you need to make more to¬†make more.

And from what I’ve seen from the¬†desperate few in my email inbox¬†lately, that’s a lesson they haven’t¬†learned yet.

So what do I mean by making more from less?

Well, Dan Kennedy once counselled a client, (whose business was helping store owners reduce thefts in their
business), 
by pointing out that the most profitable part of his business was the talks he gave and not the hands-on service he provided.

Ditching the staff he had, and cutting it back to just speaking, he went on to make five million the following year.

Now…cutting back, or ‘diluting’ your¬†business, could be something¬†you might want to consider¬†doing.

A lesson in your training course could be diluted down to create a lead magnet.

A colouring book could be diluted down into single pages, which could be sold separately, or sent to every corner of the Internet to raise your profile.

A fiction book could be diluted down, where you take a character from your book and write a short story solely focused on them and no one else.

When you look at your work that way,¬†you can break content down over¬†and over again, and find more and¬†more uses from it…instead of putting¬†more¬†together and making less from¬†it.

Just like my Vector Graphic Coloring Images course.

In it, I show you one way to make your own colouring book images.

It’s not as complicated as the second¬†version, but it does the job with less¬†info.

And it gave me two courses I could sell. РThe main one, and the diluted version.

Both work, but if you’re looking for¬†money down the back of the couch¬†at the moment…this might be the¬†easiest option for you.

https://writecome.com/vector-graphic-coloring-images/ * no longer available outside our membership.

Making More...By Creating Less
Barry J McDonald.

PS – And if you want to full-fat¬†version…it’s over here.

https://writecome.com/vector-graphic-coloring-images-2/