Introduction to Making Money

 “Winning at money is 80 percent behavior and 20 percent head knowledge. Most of us know what to do but we just don’t do it.”

— Dave Ramsey

We have heard it said for years now. China is an economic powerhouse. But what does that mean?

We live in an ever-shrinking world. Globalization has made the world small. In order to make this smaller world thrive, we use English to communicate internationally. With the emergence of China in world economy, Mandarin Chinese is growing with it.

In short, Chinese is the new English.
There has been a worldwide increase in the demand for people with knowledge of the language. Unfortunately though, people are not taking advantage of this opportunity. Even among the ethnic Chinese living in their adopted countries. A major turnoff in learning this language is the lack of real-world application.

It has been said that the best evidence that something can be done is the fact that somebody has already done it.

This is where Making Money comes in. This category will feature people who have used or are currently using Mandarin Chinese to MAKE A LIVING.

Find out:

  • How they discovered these opportunities
  • How they learned the language
  • What their attitude to it was growing up
  • Their techniques and mentality in maintaining their language proficiency
  • And much more!

In addition, making money is not enough. Everyone must know how to keep and grow money and I will be sharing resources and real-world advice in making this a reality.

If you like what you’re reading, then look around the site, discover, learn, enjoy and share!

Cheers!

 

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