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Three Steps to Building a Consistent Source of Passive Income

Photo by Austin Distel on Unsplash         It should come as no surprise that people want to make as much money as they can with as little effort as possible. After all, why should anyone have to put in effort to be rewarded? No matter where you stand on the issue, though, it’s difficult to ignore the appeal of making money without really having to do much to work for it. But then, if it were so possible to do, surely there would be more people doing it! Nope. The problem with passive income, for most people, is that it seems to always require either a) active work for a few weeks or months or years before it truly becomes passive income, or b) a hefty amount of money before anything even starts to take shape. Or, worse, both. Because of these two apparent requirements, a good amount of the people who think to start doing something that makes them passive income will stop almost as soon as they begin. That terrible fate doesn’t have to be yours, though. Not all types of passive income

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