Many of my readers want to create a balance of doing what they love, making a positive difference in the world, and making good income. This is a challenge of course, and if often takes people years to achieve it, if they get there at all. It is achievable though. I’ve done it, and so have many of my friends and readers.
My friend Ryan Eliason has been enjoying this balance for many years, earning millions of dollars and training thousands of service-minded people to create this kind of balance in their lives.
To help you along on your journey, Ryan wants to share with you his 92-page ebook called How to Make a Lucrative Career out of Profound Service: The 9 Best Niche Markets that Empower You to Profit from Doing Good. You can download it now for free.
This book is only available for free for a limited time, so even if you don’t have time to read it right away, I suggest you download it now and save it for later when you have time.
Since Ryan has trained so many people, he has the experience to see which strategies have worked for people and which haven’t. So in his book he’s able to tell you straight up which strategies work well in the real world and which don’t. This can save you a lot of time.
The book is a compelling read – I’ve read it myself – and I think you’ll find it inspiring.
If you’re short on time and want to gain some value from the book quickly, just check out these two sections:
- The 9 Best Ways to Get Paid for Changing the World (pages 26-30)
- The 5 Best Heart-Centered Online Marketing Strategies (pages 65-72)
When you download the book, you’ll also get access to an inspiring video from Ryan. I encourage you to watch it since Ryan shares some details about his own journey as he sought to create this lifestyle balance, starting just over 5 minutes into the video.
It’s wonderful when you finally lock into this triad of passion, contribution, and income. I hear from many readers who’ve achieved it. Once they get there, the next big challenge is usually to expand one’s imagination, which is certainly a good problem to have. 🙂
Enjoy the book (and the video).