In this video, I’m going to share with you how I was able to create multiple sources of income that generates me 6 figures of passive income in my early twenties as a college dropout.
We’re going to go over what they are, how I built them, and how YOU can also do the same.
So if you want to start your journey to financial freedom make sure you watch this video and if you find any helpful nuggets don’t forget to DROP a like down below.
2 Quick disclaimers.
1. I’m not selling you anything.
1. There’s no dropshipping course, amazon FBA course, forex course, any levels of network marketing or pyramid schemes. Just me sharing my story and hopefully being able to inspire a few people out.
2. Even though I personally think college is overpriced and a scam it doesn’t mean you should drop out either. Dropping out of school does NOT equate to success.
Little Bit About Me:
So to start this out, let’s rewind a few years back….
I was attending Montgomery community college in MD.
During that time while I was working two part-time jobs.
1. Hardwood floor helper
2. Autism health technician
While I was attending school I created a few online businesses in e-commerce.
This was the first time in my life where I was able to make money online.
I took my knowledge and savings from this business and started to apply it in different fields.
With this, I leveraged my ability to market and to create brand strategy for other companies and businesses.
My streams of income from back then have changed pretty significantly now.
So present moment I’m doing over a quarter-million dollars per year at the comfort of my own home.
Let’s go over what my income sources now entail…
Timestamps Down Below
0:40 1. Youtube Adsense
2:16 2. Brand Sponsorships
4:08 3. Affiliate Marketing
5:07 4. Investments
6:11 5. Flipping niche goods
8:28 6. Consultation Calls.
10:00 7. Client / Agency Work
Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor. Brian Jung does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for entertainment purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.
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