Since, 2007, tried to understand how I can beat poverty and overcome habits that are keeping me there.Started working from home,went into advertising and volunteering to help small companies.All self-employed.Learned reading books and post,attending webinars, networking.Even threw myself into jobs that challenged me to improve my skills.Nine years later, very few successes and still living the struggle.Not sure what to do to break through even took test to see what my strengths are.
First off, I'm sorry to hear of your struggles. Secondly, I commend your diligence. As for which course of action to take... There is no silver bullet and while it may seem frustrating you may very well be right on the heels of success. You never know when it will take place in your life, but if you work hard, smart and long towards a clear goal you will get there. I would avoid bouncing from one opportunity to the other as it is difficult to hit a tipping point if you're spreading your activities too thin. Best of luck to you.
Have you considered working with a coach? Partnering with a coach is about getting where you want to be in a much shorter period of time. Coaches can guide you through the process of uncovering blind spots by asking powerful questions. We use active listening to help you come to your own conclusions and choices. After all you are the expert of yourself...coaches just facilitate the learning and pathway to your answers.
I would like to offer a call so that you can navigate through what's challenging you and find some clarity to the best next step on your journey.
You're dealing with the wrong target market.
Broke people can't pay you. It's as simple as that.
Start thinking about how you can use the skills you've learned to help already financially stable organizations and people. You can charge them more, because you're solving a bigger problem for them; however, they also can afford to pay you because they aren't struggling themselves.
This is not the way my friend, you must push the pause button now. Identify your dreams and write them down. Imagine living out your dream. Perhaps your dream is different from the ones above, and you want to be financially independent or build a multi-million-dollar business. Maybe it is having a business where you can determine your schedule or how much time you work this month. Imagine it and write down the details. Ask yourself, “What is keeping me from dreaming bigger than I do now?” Maybe you have had a recent setback financially, or too many things are taking up your precious time. Identify those things that are holding you back and find a way to move past them. Use the tools I provided in part one of this book. How focused are you on expanding your dreams? Describe it in as much detail as possible. Write down every aspect of it. Revise it. Have others critique it. Memorize it. Tell others about it. Revise it some more.
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call: https://clarity.fm/joy-brotonath