What if...

We've all asked ourselves these big "what ifs" from time to time...
What if you could just wish, and suddenly money would appear when you needed it?
What if there was a secret source of cash that didn't require any work on your part to earn it?
What if there was someone out there, somewhere, that cared enough about you to just hand you the money you wanted or needed?

Stop dreaming, start believing.

I know this sounds like a really bad multilevel marketing scheme that you'd see on tv late at night or some sort of joke.
But it's not a scheme and it's not a joke. I really am that person, that someone out there, that cares enough to hand you the money you want or need.

Just ask.

Just send me an e-mail explaining why you want or need money. I may or may not decide to reward you. I will decide the amount and select the recipients.

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Entrepreneurs are full of great ideas and powerful ways to implement them, but like anything in life, starting a new business requires a hefty stack of cold, hard cash. At one time, gathering this cash required hours of traipsing business plans to one investor after another, hoping one would be interested enough to invest. This approach often took years and yielded disappointing results.

As we approach 2014, however, support for small businesses and startups has never been stronger. Everyone from President Obama to the stars of NBC’s Shark Tank acknowledges that small businesses are the backbone of our nation’s economy. By investing in small businesses, we help strengthen that economy by creating jobs while also supporting other companies through purchasing products and forming partnerships.

But for an entrepreneur starting out, it can be hard to sort through the many funding options available to determine which are most lucrative. While it would be ideal to line a roomful of investors out and let them fight it out for the honor of funding your business, that is often, unfortunately, not the reality. Still, through leveraging the global outreach of the Internet, your startup can receive the funding it needs to get off the ground. Here are a few tips to help you locate the best finance deal for your business idea.

Before We start   

Firstly, there are some ways to capitalize on a free money giveaway, no strings attached, that you may want to try to get in on.   All over the world, millionaires and billionaires  giving money away, are handing out cash to those that are in need. I do the same thing! So, just procede and make your request HERE!  If you are in need of some assistance, perhaps this is a good option for you.   Once you find  a list of  millionaires that give cash to help out others, you can write to them.   If you are saying, I need cash now, let's explore how you should construct a letter to try to get in on a free money giveaway, no strings attached.

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Click here and claim your 10.000$ grant!

I will fund your business idea with $10.000 grant!

Best way towards riches is your own unique idea. You always have to consider to make money yourself and continue earning it more and more easily. As you know already, internet is one of the markets that is expending extremely fast. Maybe you have a good idea for online home business that could bring quite a buck? Then you should definitely go for it! I will fund your business idea with free $10.000 grant!

Consider Your Niche

Chances are, there’s something special about your idea. Maybe you’re a single mom or your idea will help those in underserved areas. There are grants tailored to either specific business owners or specific business ideas that can help get your idea off the ground.

Defining your niche will have an additional benefit. As you seek out funding, you’ll be able to summarize in only a few words what sets your business apart from others. Research any investors you approach to discover those financiers that have a particular interest in what your business offers.

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Find a Grant

When it comes to locating financing, nothing beats a grant. Money is provided to you, free of charge, that you can put toward your startup. Understandably, locating and landing these grants is extremely difficult, but you’ll definitely never land a grant if you don’t try. This site aggregates federal grants in a variety of categories to see if one might apply to your business idea.

Grants are available based on the theme of your business, as well as your own demographics. There are grants for minority business owners, women, single mothers, and more. In order to apply, you’ll have to dust off your keyboard and start typing. Most grant programs require extensive proposals where you detail every aspect of your organization.

Enter a Contest

Perhaps another sign of the growing support of small business startups is the number of contests that encourage innovation by offering a large financial reward. The Amazon Web Services Start-Up Challenge provides annual rewards of $50,000 plus $50,000 in AWS credits to businesses each year. MIT offers rewards of more than $350,000 each year for its pitch, accelerate, and launch contests.

To improve your odds of success in these contest, find ways to make your project stand out in the crowd. You’ll either have to present your idea in person or pitch it through an essay, so the idea itself has to be as original as possible.

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Crowdfund Your Idea

Sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo provide the perfect platform for businesses to locate funds for a new startup. Crowdfunding has exploded in popularity in the past year, getting attention from both investors and businesses alike. But all of this popularity also means an increase in competition, which means unless your business can catch the attention of the matches, it will likely join the large number of projects that go unfunded on these sites each month.

The most successful campaigns seem to come with a good story. While most entrepreneurs are inclined to highlight the product and hide in the background, on crowdfunding sites, the entrepreneur is the story. It’s important you share what led you to create your concept and the passion you have for seeing that concept to fruition.

Find an Angel Investor

Believe it or not, there are real-life Shark Tank stories. These angel investors are continually seeking a great idea, but before you think they’re simply sinking money into startups out of the goodness of their hearts, these investors have an ulterior motive. In return for your funding, you’ll usually be asked to promise a sizable chunk of your company. If you’re comfortable exchanging equity for financing, an angel investor or two might be just the solution you’re seeking.

Once you’ve decided to seek out this type of investor, the next challenge is in finding an angel investor who is looking for a project like yours. One place to start is the Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBA offers Small Business Development Centers, located around the country, that can help connect entrepreneurs with investors. Gust is another great resource, listing investors and entrepreneurs and boasting more than 1,800 startups funded in the past year.

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Take a Loan

If you own a small business, the SBA can help you locate a loan opportunity near you. There are a variety of specialized options available, including loans to help with disaster recovery and microloans. This can be easier than trying to secure a bank loan, especially since restrictions have tightened.

However, if you do decide to contact a bank for a small business loan, make sure you have as many details about your proposed business as possible. This includes full financials that disclose exactly how the loaned money will be used. It might be best to start with smaller, community-based banks, as they will have a more thorough understanding as to how your small business will fit into the existing local landscape.

Putting together the funding to get your business off the ground doesn’t have to be complicated. By creating a good business plan and honing your pitch until it wows anyone who hears it, you’ll increase your odds of getting the financing you need to put your idea in motion.

Earn 100 bucks fast!

Out of the 100, you should find at least a few that you can do any time you need extra cash.

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Before We start   

Firstly, there are some ways to capitalize on a free money giveaway, no strings attached, that you may want to try to get in on.   All over the world, millionaires and billionaires  giving money away, are handing out cash to those that are in need. I do the same thing! So, just procede and make your request HERE!  If you are in need of some assistance, perhaps this is a good option for you.   Once you find  a list of  millionaires that give cash to help out others, you can write to them.   If you are saying, I need cash now, let's explore how you should construct a letter to try to get in on a free money giveaway, no strings attached.

Millionaires money giving money away
Click here and claim your 10.000$ grant!

I will fund your business idea with $10.000 grant!

Best way towards riches is your own unique idea. You always have to consider to make money yourself and continue earning it more and more easily. As you know already, internet is one of the markets that is expending extremely fast. Maybe you have a good idea for online home business that could bring quite a buck? Then you should definitely go for it! I will fund your business idea with $10.000 grant!

100 ways to earn 100 bucks

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure – Selling your junk

One of the best and easiest ways to make money fast is by selling what you have – or that you can acquire on the cheap. It also has a secondary benefit in that it keeps the clutter in your life to a minimum.

1. Have a garage sale – We average about $150 per garage sale so you can earn some decent cash without even leaving your house.

2. Sell on Craigslist – What you can’t sell at your garage sale, you may be able to sell on Craigslist. This is especially good for selling large items.

3. Sell on eBay – eBay is an excellent place to sell small, high value items, especially if they’re unique.

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

4. Sell other people’s stuff on Craigslist or eBay – This is taking selling on Craigslist and eBay to a higher level. You’re not just selling your own stuff, you’re getting more stuff to sell from friends and neighbors. Give them a cut of the take and you’ll have plenty to sell forever.

5. Sell your used cell phones, iPad or Mac – Your used electronic equipment may have value, particularly if it’s recent and in good condition. Check out Gazelle.com. They give you an estimate on your equipment, and the better stuff could fetch some real money.

6. Resell unused gift cards – Check your wallet and your dresser – you probably have unused gift cards. Some may even be to merchants you don’t frequent. If that’s the case, get some cash back on them by selling them on CardPool. You won’t get the full value of the cards, but it’s better than having them sit unused.

7. Half.com – eBay’s answer to Amazon, Half.com is a place to sell entertainment media and textbooks.

8. Amazon – Similar to eBay, Amazon.com may work better for entertainment media, such as books, music and movies.

9. Flea markets and swap meets – This is the garages sale concept taken on the road to a place where there are a lot more potential customers.

10. Consignment shops – There are different items you can sell on consignment, but it tends to work best for furniture and clothing.

11. Collect and sell scrap metal – If you have a light pick-up truck or just a good trailer, you can collect scrap metal from neighborhoods, building sites and junkyards, then sell it to scrap metal dealers. Check out scrap metal prices, then do a Google search on “where can I sell scrap metal in (my town)”.

12. Sell your stuff to a pawn shop – You won’t get retail price for your merchandise, but it offers a quick sale for cash.

13. Gold jewelry and silverware – Take your gold jewelry and silverware to gold dealers or jewelers and you’ll likely fetch a better price than going to the “we buy gold” storefronts populating strip malls.

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14. Musical instruments – There’s a brisk market for used musical instruments (check out the prices for brand new ones and you’ll immediately see why). You can sell them on Craigslist for top dollar, but if you want quick cash, offer to sell them to music stores.

15. Sell homemade crafts – If you can make handicrafts, Etsy could be the place to sell them. If making crafts is an ongoing hobby, you could have an ongoing cash source from the site.

16. Resell your moving boxes – You probably paid at about $200 on your last move if you have an average size home. Someone else may be more than willing to pay you 50 cents on the dollar for them. Try Craigslist.

17. Return old purchases or gifts – If you’ve received gifts you really don’t want – and they’re still in the packages – try returning them. Some retailers will take them back up to a year later.

Quick cash on the job

Your job is one of the best and most convenient places to make some extra cash. You may have to think a little bit out of the box, so try these on for starters.

18. Volunteer for overtime – Most of us shrink away from overtime because of the extra hours. But if you need money, let your supervisor know that you’re available to work.

19. Contract for an ugly job at work – As an alternative to working overtime, you can offer to contract for jobs at work that nobody else wants. Offer to work on the jobs for a flat fee that will be paid outside your regular paycheck.

Quick cash on the job

20. Employee referral program – If your employer offers a bonus to refer new employees to them, take advantage of it and start referring. It’ll be the easiest money you’ll ever make.

21. Customer referral program – Likewise, see if your employer might also have a customer referral program. If they do, put on your salesman’s hat and start beating the bushes for potential customers.

22. Make a killer suggestion – Many employers have a suggestion box, but most employees ignore it. If the company pays a bonus for workable suggestions, get busy. You may get the bonus because no one else participates.

Quick cash off the job

You can often make some quick cash doing jobs that require no special skills, just a desire to do them. And you can find them all around you.  These are also great ways for teens to make some quick cash.

23. Baby sitting – Where I live babysitters earn $10 an hour. Pull a couple of five hour gigs this weekend, and you’ll have $100.

24. Pet sitting – The nice part of this type of sitting is that you don’t have to stay with the pet for hours. Usually, you’re just looking in on it every couple of hours, then walking it and feeding it as necessary. Because of that you can maintain several pet sitting jobs simultaneously.

25. House sitting – People who travel frequently, especially on a long-term basis; may need someone to watch their homes for a fee. You can check local newspapers and Craigslist for opportunities. If you’d like to use a central site, MindAHome.com can provide an online source of clients.

26. Temporary part time jobs – You can get a seasonal part-time job based on summer, back-to-school, any of the major holidays or even during snow season. A couple of weeks of part-time work can easily get you $100 and a whole lot more.

27. Become a referral source for a sales person or company – If you know any real estate agents, insurance agents, car dealers or just about any one who sells for a living, ask about being a compensated referral source for them. A $100 referral isn’t hard to get.

28. Sell photos on Shutterstock – Shutterstock.com is a giant site that allows you to post and sell your photos online for a fee. Functioning something like eBay for photos, it’s a central place to sell your photos.

29. Turn your photography skills to cash – If you’ve checked photographers prices lately you know they can be prohibitive. If you’re good at photography, you might be able to photograph a special event or two for at least $100.

30. Become an instructor at a local gym – If you think that the only people who work in gyms are personal trainers, guess again. If you know yoga, zumba, jazzercise, cycling or just about any other activity that keeps people moving, there may be a teaching position waiting for you at the gym.

31. Write product review articles for blogs – If you’re a tech junkie and buy a lot of new products, you may be able to do paid reviews on blogs. Blogs often have affiliate arrangements with tech products and will pay for user reviews.

32. Bartend for an event or a weekend – If you can bartend you can pick up a quick hundred (or more) working a couple of weekend parties or even a wedding.

33. Join a focus group – Universities, marketing groups and research organizations will often pay participants in focus groups. Check with schools in your area as well as Craigslist to see what’s happening.

34. Be a session musician – If you can play guitar, drums, keyboards and even some wind and string instruments’ you may be able to get work as a session musician in a band or orchestra. In some cases you can make well over $100 for just a single session.

35. Become a moving billboard – If you don’t mind having a large commercial sign on your car – or having it “wrapped” in ad material, you can earn up to $400 per month with FreeCarMedia.com.

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36. Moving furniture – Some people are making local moves without the benefit of a professional moving company. If you don’t mind (really) hard work, you may be able to pick up $100 or more this weekend. Check the ads on Craigslist.

37. Cutting lawns – Even people who cut their own lawns get in a jam from time to time and need someone to pinch hit for them. They could be going on vacation or dealing with an illness or injury. Two or three cuts could get you to $100 in no time.

38. Painting – Do you know anyone who needs a room or two painted? If you’re handy when it comes to painting, offer to do it for them for $100 per room – plus paint.

39. Spring or fall clean-ups – Seasonal yard clean-ups are more involved than regular lawn cutting. It may involve weeding flower beds, trimming hedges, raking leaves and cleaning out other debris. $100 a job should be the minimum.

40. Shoveling snow – I’ve known kids who have made well over $50 shoveling in the local neighborhood after just a modest snowfall. Just a couple of storms will get you to $100 just from knocking on doors during the late stages of the storm.

41. Cleaning houses – Some people let the house cleaning go a bit too long, then they don’t want to even attempt it. Others get a little busy and just need some help. You should be able to pick up $100 or more just from cleaning a couple of houses.

42. Wash, wax and detail cars – Some people actually like cleaning cars. Most of us hate it. If you’re one who likes it, you can make some easy money working for those of us who’d rather not.

43. Cleaning gutters – If being up on a ladder doesn’t scare you, you can make a quick $100 (at least) on just a single job.

44. Setting up pools for the summer – Everybody loves having a pool, except when it comes time to set it up for the summer. If you know how to do it, you can make an easy $100 on just a couple of jobs. And when fall comes and it’s time to close them down, you can come back for Round Two.

45. Setting up holiday decorations – Everybody loves holiday decorations too, but not nearly everyone like putting them up – or taking them down. At Halloween and Christmas you can probably get at least $100 to put up decorations, then take them down later.

46. Taking surveys – Some companies will pay you for your opinions. Check out MySurvey.com as a place to find them. You earn points which you can redeem for cash.

47. Mystery shopper – This is one of the most popular recommendations when it comes to making extra cash, but you need a reliable source of jobs. Mystery Shopping Providers Association can be that source.

48. Participate in marketing research – Companies are always performing market research on both new and existing products and services. Sign up with a service like Concepts Consumer Research to advertise your availability.

49. Clean carpets – Have you ever cleaned your own carpets? If so, go rent a machine and clean someone else’s – for cash.

50. Carpool – and be the driver – If you have coworkers (or people who work in the area you do), offer to drive them in for a fee. $25 per week per person could bring in $100 with just two riders for two weeks. Try advertising in the company newsletter, or posting the offer on bulletin boards around the office.


In general, micro-projects are small projects that pay no more than a few dollars each. You make money by doing several in a short amount of time, and there are websites available that you can do them through.

51. Gigwalk – Gigwalk involves taking photos, picking up menus and various other small assignments in your area. It
works on an app that you download onto your phone. You receive the job orders, accept them and confirm that the job is complete.

52. Mechanical Turk – This is a work-at-home arrangement and it’s part of Amazon.com. Mechanical Turk pays a few dollars per assignment, typically involving work such as writing product reviews, editing and related tasks.

53. TaskRabbit – Similar to Gigwalk, but you can also access the assignments online, as well as by a phone app. TaskRabbit is limited to just a few cities.


54. CloudFactory – CloudFactory participants mainly enter, collect, process or categorizes data for companies, primarily for employers based in various emerging markets.

55. FOAP – You enter and sell your photos to commercial interests through their site. They can be sold on FOAP for $10, with 50% paid to the site.

56. PleaseBringMe – A travel barter exchange between individuals, rather than employers, with PleaseBringMe you perform tasks for pay that are unique to your home country.

57. BidOnMyGig – The service isn’t available yet, but BidOnMyGig allows clients to post projects online and have qualified service providers bid on them. The qualified service provider is of course you.

58. EXEC Cleaning – As the name implies, EXEC Cleaning involves the providing the services of an executive assistant, but on a personal level. It could involve getting lunch, delivering documents or even cleaning an executives house.

59. MobileWorks – MobileWorks involves jobs as a technical virtual assistant, including online research, tagging images and creative writing, and you must speak English.

60. PinDone – Available only in California, PinDone involves tasks such as doing mail outs and driving someone to the airport. The pay seems decent for the tasks, but you do have bid on them, and reputation within the site is important.

61. WeGoLook – As you might guess from the name, WeGoLook has you working as an inspector at large. You will inspect buildings, cars or some other high value item, verify that it exists, that it works, take photos, and write any necessary reports.

62. PostMates – This service involves being a virtual go-fer. Post Mates is a delivery service where you may be asked to pick up coffee, lunch, groceries or anything the customer requests.

63. Fiverr – More technical but simple tasks that you post on the site. Fiverr pays $5 per job, and includes work such as tasks on websites and related jobs.

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64. Agent Anything – Mostly for colleges students, Agent Anything can involve running errands, engaging in marketing activities or even doing temp work.

65. UserTesting.com – Roughly speaking, UserTesting.com involves doing reviews of websites, mostly rating based on user experience.

66. Zaarly.com – Similar to Gigwalk, Zaarly involves running errands in your local area for out of town clients.

67. MiNeeds – Something of a job board for people with defined skills, MiNeeds.com has you competing for jobs.

Using your house to make money

You may be able to pick up $100 or more without ever leaving your house – by using your house to make money.

68. Renting out a room – If it’s permissible in your community, you can rent a room to a boarder for $100 per week, or $400 per month – more if you live in a highly desirable location.

69. Renting out space – If someone needs temporary storage, consider renting out your basement or a spare bedroom.

70. Renting out your garage – You can probably rent out your garage to someone with a need to shelter a car. That should fetch at least $100 per month.

71. Renting out your driveway – If there’s a major event in your area, you may be able to rent out your driveway for a night or a weekend. Keep on top of events in your area and make your driveway available for overflow parking to the facility holding the event.

Putting your specific skills to work

What is it that you’re particularly good at – that other people typically aren’t? There may be a decent payday waiting for you if you can put it into action. These won’t work for everyone, but if there’s one or more that you’re a pro at, go for it!

72. Tutoring – School tutors can easily make $30 an hour and up. That would get you to $100 in no time.

73. Teaching English – For millions of people, English is at best a second language. Offer out your skills to teach them a deeper understanding of the language for a fee. Even at $20 an hour, you’d get to $100 in short order.

Putting your specific skills to work

74. Teaching music – Can you play a musical instrument? Even if you’re not accomplished, you may be able to teach novices. Offer your services at local senior citizens centers as a start.

75. Refereeing – You know all those people who referee recreation sports? They’re not working for free. If you’re knowledgeable about one or more sports, sign up at the local recreation commission. You can make several hundred dollars in a single, short sports season refereeing young kids.

76. Teaching software packages – Lot’s of people implement common software packages, but don’t have a clue how to use them. If you’re fluent with Word, Excel, PowerPoint or one of a number of common software packages, offer to install them and do basic training. That’s easily worth $100 or more to a lot of people.

77. Setting up new computers/troubleshooting old ones – As easy as modern computers are, a lot of people are intimidated when it comes to setting them up. Some may pay you for simple tasks like setting up passwords, email service and downloading an anti-virus package.

78. Writing blog posts – Are there blogs you like to read because you have specific knowledge of the subject matter? Offer to write articles for them. You should be able to earn at least $20 per article. Write five and you’ll have $100.

79. Bookkeeping – If you have bookkeeping skills, especially with QuickBooks experience, you should be able to pick up bookkeeping jobs that will get you to $100 very quickly. You can do one time jobs, or ongoing to keep the extra cash rolling in.

80. Office organization – There are some very successful people who are complete zeros when it comes to organization. Their offices are a wreck and lost documents can cost them money. If you’re a wiz at making order out of chaos, you may have a chance to organize offices for at least $100 a pop.

81. Light mechanic work – If you can do basic car repairs – changing oil, belts, hoses and spark plugs, or replacing batteries or mufflers, you can easily pick up extra cash. If you can do the repairs at the customer’s home, you can charge even more.

82. Process medical claims – After a major illness or surgery, a person can be inundated with medical claims. If you’re familiar with the process (filing and dealing with insurance companies) you can make some serious money straightening out someone’s medical claims.

83. Editing – You don’t have to be a professional editor to be an editor. If you’re an English major, a writer or a teacher, you may be perfect. You can find editing work on Craigslist that can be either one time assignments, or ongoing – your choice.

84. Set up simple websites – Can you design and set up simple websites? If so, you can easily charge $100 a pop. As little as you think you know, someone else knows a lot less and may see you as an expert.

85. Getting someone’s tax records organized – If you have strong administrative skills and know what certain tax documents look like, you may be able to offer your services to a disorganized someone who needs help organizing their paperwork for preparation. Tough tax season ends April 15, it actually goes to October 15 with extensions. And those who extend that far are usually in the greatest need of organizational help.

86. Graphic design services – There are millions of websites who need all kinds of services, like graphic design work. Offer to do simple jobs for as many sites as you can contact. You can find them on Craigslist sometimes, but direct contact could be more effective.

87. Social media manager – Some people are social media experts. Others don’t even know how to get started. Businesses are realizing the value of the social media. If you’re fluent in the social media, offer your services as a social media manager. You can post updates on Facebook, Twitter and any media that are relevant to a particular business.

88. Staging houses for sale – There’s a transition that takes place between living in a house and selling it. If you know the difference, and how to make a home look like a showplace, you can stage houses for sale. Offer your services to local real estate agents.

89. Event planning – Are you good at planning parties or events? Someone might need your help. Spread the word to everyone you know, and let them know what you can do.

90. Become an affiliate for a product you know and believe in – Everyone with a product or service to sell is looking for agents to sell them. Find products you feel strongly about, and become a dealer. Some higher priced items can fetch a $100 cut quickly.

91. Create or edit videos – YouTube is all the rage – music, how to videos, outrageous demonstrations, product reviews – you name it. If you can create videos, offer your services to businesses.

92. Buy low, sell high – If you have an eye for bargains, you may be able to buy on the cheap – at garage sales, thrift stores and elsewhere – and sell at a profit.

93. Preparing research papers – If you have a knack for research, there are businesses and individuals who could use your services. You can find some of them on Craigslist, or offer your services to local colleges.

Participating in the medical community

The medical community will pay for donations and your participation.

94. Sell blood – You can get $30 – $40 to sell your blood. Three or four donations will get you $100 in just a couple of weeks.

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95. Participate in medical studies – A local hospital is offering $600 for people with high blood pressure to participate in medical trials. Hospitals and clinics do this all the time. Enough said?

Change spending habits – for a bit

Sometimes you can find extra money just by changing a habit or two – at least temporarily.

96. Eat on the cheap for a week – If you spend $200 per week for groceries, try going on a beans and rice diet (OK, pasta, potatoes, salads and other low cost foods are good too) for one week. That should cut the bill in half, getting you an extra $100 easily.

97. Don’t eat out for two weeks – A typical dinner for two at a moderately priced restaurant is about $50. Cut out those meals this week and next and you’ll have an extra $100 in your pocket.

98. Eliminate your cable TV service – A typical middle-of-the-road cable TV service runs about $100 per month. Eliminate it and you’ll have an extra $100 this month. And every month after that.

99. Give up Starbucks for a month – Are you a latte fan? At $4 per cup, you’ll save $120 if you give it up for a month.

100. Give up a “sin” for a month – If you smoke a pack of cigarettes a day, or drink three beers a day, going cold turkey for a month can easily leave you at least $100 richer.

Have you tried any of these? Are there any other ways to make $100 fast that I might have missed?

I need money right away!

With widespread layoffs pushing many people into business for themselves, we hear from a lot of folks who are wondering how to set up shop and structure their new work life. We tell them that self employment can be a bit of an emotional roller coaster, with higher highs and lower lows than you’re probably used to. 

without the job

Before We start   

Firstly, there are some ways to capitalize on a free money giveaway, no strings attached, that you may want to try to get in on.   All over the world, millionaires and billionaires  giving money away, are handing out cash to those that are in need. I do the same thing! So, just procede and make your request HERE!  If you are in need of some assistance, perhaps this is a good option for you.   Once you find  a list of  millionaires that give cash to help out others, you can write to them.   If you are saying, I need cash now, let's explore how you should construct a letter to try to get in on a free money giveaway, no strings attached.

Millionaires money giving money away
Click here and claim your 10.000$ grant!

I will fund your business idea with $10.000 grant!

Best way towards riches is your own unique idea. You always have to consider to make money yourself and continue earning it more and more easily. As you know already, internet is one of the markets that is expending extremely fast. Maybe you have a good idea for online home business that could bring quite a buck? Then you should definitely go for it! I will fund your business idea with $10.000 grant!

Making money without the job

Whether you want to start something on the side or say goodbye to corporate life forever, here are some tips for starting your own business.

Leave yourself a financial safety net

While creditors require you to pay promptly, most of your own clients won’t rush to compensate you. Even if you write “payment due in 30 days” on your invoice, it’s a rare client that sticks to that time frame. Schedules of 60 or even 90 days are all too common. Complaining about tardy payment or imposing a late charge could drive business away.To minimize tensions while you wait for the work to come in — and then wait to get paid — set aside enough money to cover six months of expenses (a year is even better).

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Do what you know

Don’t waste savings on buying an existing business or a franchise. Instead, get ready for what Arlington Heights, Ill. new-business consultant Jeff Williams has dubbed the “scratch startup.” Williams counsels “desperation entrepreneurs”—laid-off employees who aren’t likely to get back into the corporate world. He tells them to sell a skill or a product they already know.

Ken Proskie, 59, is a Williams client who was laid off in 2004 from his job as a health and safety manager for a large manufacturer. Working from an office in his Evanston, Ill. home, he began pitching his services to a network of 300 colleagues from professional associations. After three years, Proskie says, he matched his corporate salary and today has more than enough work. “Now I wish I had made the transition five or ten years sooner,’’ he says. It would have given him time to take on employees and expand.

Don’t bet your savings on a long-shot new venture either

New York financial planner Karen C. Altfest says she has one 70-year-old client who can’t retire yet because she sank all her money into a perfume business startup—in her 60s. Although she worked very hard in the enterprise for two years, going from store to store, it bombed; turned out not enough people liked her scents.

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Find a comfortable workspace 

It’s important to choose a spot where you won’t have a lot of interruptions and distractions. Working at home avoids the need to pay office rent and makes you eligible for tax write offs. But you must jealously guard your work time, which means limiting trips to the refrigerator, telling friends and family you can’t chat during the workday, and explaining to the UPS guy that you won’t accept packages for neighbors. If you find you are unable to be productive at home, consider working from another location.

Spend judiciously

New technologies and social media continue to reduce the costs of starting and operating a small business. Put seed money towards equipment that can help you embrace technology: laptop, iPad and smartphone. You’ll want to buy a comfortable work chair, if you don’t already have one, but there’s no need to pay top dollar for other furniture. With so many companies scaling back, there are plenty of good deals on secondhand equipment. Try auctions (live or online), going-out-of-business sales and used office furniture stores.

Create digital footprints

These days if people can’t find you on Google, they might decide you don’t exist. Build a Web site. Then get busy online. Social media like LinkedIn and Twitter, along with the websites and Listservs of many professional associations, make low-cost networking and business-building far easier. If you’re already using Facebook FB +2.44% for your personal life, think about creating a separate page for your business. While some business owners limit their tweets to shop talk, others use Twitter to develop a broader persona. (See my post, “How To Grandstand (Gracefully) On The Web.”)

For professionals, there are a few sites that rival LinkedIn

Write your profile, join groups in your field of interest. Then chime into the discussions. Being the boss is not a job for people who are shy about blowing their own horns, but self-promotion shouldn’t be all you do. As with networking in person, helping other people is part of the game.

Present a professional image

Answer all phone calls by stating your name or the name of your business. Avoid referring to yourself as a “freelancer.” (Instead, use your company name, say you’re a consultant, self-employed, or in business for yourself.) When you finally meet in person, follow these tips to make sure your body language reinforces the good impressions you’ve already made.

Go after more work than you can handle. In the early stages, running your own business is a lot like being a lonely Maytag repairman who’s always waiting for the phone to ring. Many of your marketing efforts won’t lead to business right away, and even promising “nibbles” may not pan out. So hedge your bets by pursuing many avenues at a time. Once you’ve landed an assignment, you can juggle deadlines and delegate some of the work if necessary. For information about new ways to find work, see “As Job Growth Lags, Companies Outsource Work To Freelancers Through The Cloud.”

Charge what the market will bear

While eager to bring in work, you don’t want to sell yourself short. Yet you know that bidding too high could drive away business. If you can roughly estimate the time you’ll need to spend, charge a lump-sum. Lump-sum fees are potentially more lucrative, especially if you’ve done the kind of work before and don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Another advantage is that clients don’t know exactly how long the project takes you. Therefore, they may be willing to pay more, in effect, than if you charge by the hour.

On the other hand, lump sums are risky if you don’t know — or have no control over — how much time you must put in. Here, the risk is that the client may demand more work (like endless changes). What sounded like good money when you bid on the job can quickly turn into slave wages.

So if you’re unsure about the scope of work, charge by the hour. To figure your hourly rate, take your most recent salary and divide it by 2,000 hours/year (that’s 40 hours per week for 50 weeks). Increase that sum by 30% to cover your expenses — most notably health insurance.

Once you put your price on the table, be open to negotiation. If the client objects to the fee and you really want the job, you could say, “I don’t want price to prevent us from working together. What’s your budget?” Meanwhile, ask yourself whether there are other advantages to the project. Your first goal, especially the beginning, is to gain experience and build relationships. Do good work that keeps clients happy and, chances are, they’ll send more business your way. At that point, you’ll have plenty of time to raise your rates.

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Get help as you need it

By hiring subcontractors when you don’t have time to do everything yourself, and bringing in consultants if your own expertise falls short, you free yourself to go after other money-generating pursuits. Call upon extra hands (including students and hourly workers) for time-consuming chores. You can put together a virtual staff to handle everything from research to Web design.

Build a support team

Exchange ideas and leads with other business owners in your area. Surround yourself with people who believe in your ability to be successful. Be prepared for the inevitable downswings: you will want to have an optimistic friend or family member around who can be your cheerleader during these times.

There is no preset formula for success

You may need to modify your plans – and your expectations – until you find what works best. No matter what, though, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you’re in charge. And when You & Co. does better than you ever dreamed, you’ll have yourself to thank.

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Succeeding as an entrepreneur takes hard work and persistence because, unfortunately, there is no business-startup fairy who magically bestows success on small businesses and their owners.

Most successful entrepreneurs follow comparable patterns and share similar basic characteristics. Hundreds of online articles and published books claim to know the secret of success in business, but for the most part, they boil down to the same major points.

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Passion, perseverance and a positive attitude tend to set successful entrepreneurs apart. Cultivating these attributes requires an innate skill set and some tips to get started.

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Steps to successful business

So here are the main items to take into consideration if you’re trying to develop a business platform. These elements constitute will support a smart strategy for any new enterprise:

1. Love what you do.

Passion is key to keeping a business strategy moving. Half-heartedness in an entrepreneurial endeavor will chip away at your drive to succeed. Perseverance is the one thing that’s guaranteed to move anything over time, whether it’s a person, a job or an entire company. Abraham Lincoln failed at most of his efforts until late in his life, but he never gave up.

2. Take baby steps.

Jumping all in is rarely ever successful. There are success stories about people who invested everything once and came out winners after six months or a couple years, but those are rare. Risk management is an essential factor in any startup, and balance is vital. You can absorb losses more easily if you take smaller risks in the beginning. Those will provide essential and productive lessons.

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3. Learn from others.

Successful entrepreneurs often worked for others in their field of choice before striking out on their own. Spending a few years in the industry under an excellent mentor will provide a good launching pad. Learn from your predecessors’ mistakes and brainstorm about how to improve upon their model. Find someone willing to teach, and think about starting your business elsewhere when you leave.

4. Learn how to self-promote.

Confidence and a good elevator speech can take any pitch to the next level. The first marketing any company experiences comes from its founder. Spend time learning how to share your vision without coming across as “salesy.” Don’t be afraid to ask for the sale, but remember: the client is always the focus.  

5. Constantly take action.

Entrepreneurs are movers and shakers. They can’t afford to analyze every detail or they’d never get anywhere. There is no place for procrastination in a startup. It’s a 24/7, no-vacation-or-sick-days kind of job that demands constant forward momentum. Make a brief assessment at every step and move on it. Trust your instincts.

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6. Make a plan.

Read about successful businesses. Take in the wealth of knowledge that’s been provided by successful entrepreneurs such as Steve Jobs and the personalities from Shark Tank. A successful business plan does not have to be a book. A 10-page plan is digestible yet long enough to include everything you need to start.

7. Build a reputation.

According to Brandi Bennett at HostGator.com, maintaining a blog on a well-hosted website, or volunteering your time and skills, shows instead of tells the community, and thereby builds expertise and trust.

8. It’s never too late to start.

Many successful entrepreneurs started later in life. J. K. Rowling (Harry Potter author), Julia Child (chef), and Sam Walton (Wal-Mart) all started their wildly successful brands after they were comfortably along in their lives. Having the experience that comes with age can give you a unique outlook on your business. Life experiences bring depth that the most educated young adult, by his or her nature, is less able to foresee.

9. Build your "A team".

Finding the skill sets and attitudes that support the culture of the brand you want to promote will foster innovation and enhance your reputation. Include folks from outside the company for the people you rely on. That will start a free marketing chain reaction that can build confidence and revenue.

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10. Be mindful of your attitude.

The attitude of the founder will set the tone for the business. Negativity, laziness and entitlement waste time and money while they tarnish your reputation. Success largely depends on making mistakes and accepting blame in stride. Owning up to and facing challenges head-on is what makes a mere business owner a leader.

Starting a business can wreak havoc on the owner’s personal life. While all the above tips are necessary for success, taking care of yourself mentally and physically is also imperative. Exercise, sleep and diet play a central role in ensuring you implement these policies successfully. All of them drive attitude, motivation and relationships.

Successful CEOs tend to follow a structured, daily schedule of rising early, exercising, having snacks on hand for fuel and socializing many evenings of the week.

Striking a balance may take a while, but working toward this list as a goal for starting your company will make the difference. How an owner feels about progress and how quickly a business can be up and running -- and feeding that bottom line -- will swiftly feel the impact.

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Only those with money, special skills and a lot of luck can start a successful business, right?

The fact is there are myriad enterprises waiting to be hatched that don’t require gobs of capital and fancy degrees. We’re not talking about the next Google, Microsoft or General Electric here, but tidy, profit-generating outfits all the same. Better yet, you get to bust down those cubicle walls and be your own boss.

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Before We start   

Firstly, there are some ways to capitalize on a free money giveaway, no strings attached, that you may want to try to get in on.  All over the world, millionaires and billionaires giving money away as I do also, are handing out cash to those that are in need.  If you are in need of some assistance, perhaps this is a good option for you. 

Once you find a list of millionaires that give cash to help out others, you can write to them.  If you are saying, I need cash now, let's explore how you should construct a letter to try to get in on a free money giveaway, no strings attached.   

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Click here and claim your 10.000$ grant!

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Best way towards riches is your own unique idea. You always have to consider to make money yourself and continue earning it more and more easily. As you know already, internet is one of the markets that is expending extremely fast. Maybe you have a good idea for online home business that could bring quite a buck? Then you should definitely go for it! I will fund your business idea with $10.000 grant!

Easy to start businesses

Here are 20 of the more compelling, easy-to-start businesses, spanning a range of industries, customer segments and initial funding needs. Some are quirkier than others, and all are within reach for those with a healthy supply of common sense and determination. And, yes, luck always helps.

Networking Services

Description: With the unemployment rate at 5.3%, you’ll find a wide market of people clamoring for a leg up. Give it to them by organizing a series of small after-work mixers at a local hotel and advertise them on a regular basis. Supply a few light refreshments and a speaker, and then let people mingle.

Fees: admission fee. Offer discounts to those who leave their business cards so you can build a mailing list.

Tools of the Trade: Phone, computer, database software.

Tip: Works well in a metropolitan area where you can hold multiple mixers a month in different locations.

Hidden Costs: List rental fees and insurance.

Online Internet Researcher

Description: You’re surfing the Web daily. Why not get paid for it?

Fees: $45 per hour to start. Increase your hourly rate as you develop your reputation.

Tools of the Trade: Computer and high-speed internet access.

Tip: Focus one or two types of information so that you can get deliver meaningful results quickly.

Hidden Costs: Initial marketing efforts.

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Graffiti Removal

Description: Call on the property owner and get to scrubbing.

Fees: $150-$300 per job. For longer jobs, $50 per hour is reasonable.

Tools of the Trade: cleaning chemicals, scrub brushes and possibly a power washer.

Tip: You’re working with nasty chemicals, so be careful. Abide by federal disposal regulations.

Hidden costs: A vehicle for transporting equipment to job sites.

Virtual Assistant

Description: Have strong organizational and time-management skills? You could make decent money doing everything from making customer/patient contacts to coordinating travel arrangements to maintaining databases.

Fees: $20-$35 per hour or on a project basis.

Tools of the Trade: Computer, high-speed internet access, fax/printer/scanner, and office software.

Tip: Make your schedule parameters clear from the outset and keep careful records of your time, just in case any questions should arise about how you’re spending it.

Hidden Costs: Phone expenses.

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Patient Gift Packager

Description: This is a slightly more specialized version of the gift basket business. Build your market by pinpointing hospitals, extended care facilities and church groups.

Fees: $25-$75 a basket.

Tools of the Trade: Decorative baskets, boxes, glue gun, shrink wrap machine, filling, ribbons. As for the basket contents, look for a private craft retailer that sells only to other vendors–you could save 40% relative to a traditional retail craft supply shop.

Tip: If you have a station wagon or van you can add a delivery fee to your orders and generate additional revenue.

Hidden Costs: Insurance and a vendor’s license.

Auto Swap Meet Promotion 

Description: Auto swap meets are where buyers and sellers gather to buy, sell and/or trade used vehicles and parts. As a promoter, you’ll secure a parking lot or large warehouse for those seeking to trade or sell their cars and car parts.

Fees: $35 for participants; $5 admission fee for browsers.

Tools of the Trade: parking lot or warehouse.

Tip: Work the Web to get the word out.

Hidden Costs: Liability insurance.

Career Counselor

Description: Begin with a personality assessment and then work with your client to match his or her motivations and interests to a new career.

Fees: $85 to $200 per hour for your services; flat fee, roughly $350 per session.

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Tools of the Trade: Computer, high-speed internet access, fax/printer, and office software. Books and DVDs on career planning.

Tip: Build your credibility by offering seminars on career change and writing a career-centric blog.

Hidden Costs: Building a professional website.

Medical Transcriptionist

Description: This a $50 billion industry and growing. Transcribed copies of dictated notes related to examinations and procedures give doctors a quick way to review of patient histories, as well as legal evidence of patient care/. Main customers: private-practice physicians.

Fees: $15-$30 per hour, depending on the difficulty of understanding the speaker.

Tools of the Trade: Computer, specialized medical word-processing software, transcribing unit and reference books.

Tip: Turnaround time is critical–and that may mean working nights and weekends.

Hidden Costs: There is no room for error–a simple misspelling could mean the difference between life and death.

Child ID Products (Retail)

Description: A small but viable retail niche. The equipment helps identify children by their facial features, voice and fingerprints. Buyers include organizations across the country that provide regular child ID programs.

Fees: Depends on the item.

Tools of the Trade: Inventory includes video, 35mm and digital cameras, fingerprinting equipment, background information forms. You’ll need a web site and a way to process payment.

Tip: Marketing these products can be tricky, given the darkness of the underlying message. Focus on success stories showing how your products saved the day.

Hidden costs: Insurance, equipment storage and shipping costs.

Mobile Paper-Shredding Service

Description: Given the number of identity theft horror stories, it is vital for companies to shred all documents containing sensitive information. You can save a business time and trouble by showing up on-site with your shredding machines on a regular schedule to perform this necessary but tedious task.

Fees: $50 to $100 per visit.

Tools of the Trade: A van or truck, at least one heavy-duty shredder and a back up machine, and a good supply of heavy-duty plastic bags to cart away the shards.

Tip: Strike terror into customers by offering scary examples of what happens when the sensitive documents get into the wrong hands.

Hidden Costs: Vehicle maintenance and repair.

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Pet Taxi Service

Description: What does Fido do when he has to go to the vet and his best friend can’t take him? This business caters to dual-career families and pet lovers with higher than average incomes.

Fees: $30-$45 for one-way transportation (fees vary based on distance traveled, pet size and number of pets per owner).

Tools of the Trade: Travel cages and a vehicle large enough to accommodate several animals at once.

Tip: You better love animals.

Hidden Costs: Janitorial supplies to combat pet messes.

Residence for the Elderly

Description: Opening your own home to older people who do not wish to live alone can be a profitable business if they don’t require the level of care offered by either assisted living facilities or nursing homes. (Each state licensing agency has its own definition of the term it uses to describe assisted living.)

Fees: Monthly rent of $450-$1,000 per client, depending on facilities and geographic location.

Tools of the Trade: One or more easily accessible bedrooms, suitable furniture, bathroom with special handrails, dining space, efficient kitchen.

Tip: Check local zoning regulations before spending a dime.

Hidden costs: Insurance, food (many residents may have special dietary requirements), home alterations.

Nanny Service

Description: Place nannies with families that hire your service.

Fees: $7-$18 per hour per child, or weekly/monthly rates of $275/$800.

Tools of the Trade: Office set-up and advertising materials.

Tip: Target TGT -0.87% large metropolitan areas where dual-income couples are most likely to reside.

Hidden Costs: Liability insurance and personnel costs such as health benefits and workers’ compensation.

Health/Fitness Centers for Corporations

Description: The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that one third of America is obese. By centralizing purchasing, marketing and other business activities, you can develop and manage fitness centers for corporations at a competitive price–and save them and the health care system loads of money.

Fees: Monthly retainers of $3,000 to $5,000 per project.

Tools of the Trade: Even if your client corporation provides the space, equipment will run up a sizable tab.

Tip: Hire competent, friendly trainers to run each facility.

Hidden Costs: Insurance, equipment maintenance.

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Mailbox Rental Service

Description: Home-based businesses in particular benefit from this service, largely because they need to establish a professional-sounding address.

Fees: $18 and up per month, depending on the size of the box.

Tools of the Trade: Mailboxes, scales, parcel packaging equipment, cash register, inventory of labels and shipping supplies. Consider a pay-per-copy photocopy machine.

Tip: Situate your service in a busy shopping complex.

Hidden Costs: A good security system.

Temporary Employment Agency

Description: People need work, even the temporary variety. Your job is to match temps to the right assignments while ensuring that all are trained and able to work on short notice.

Fees: Varies depending on the position.

Tools of the Trade: Four to six computers with printers for testing purposes, as well as an office computer with internet access and scheduling/billing software.

Tip: Focus on a market niche like health care, communications, or technical/engineering. Build a brand in a specific area and clients will keep coming back.

Hidden Costs:  A comprehensive employee benefits plan.

Messenger Service

Description: Self explanatory.

Fees: $35-$50 per delivery (add a surcharge for speedier runs).

Tools of the Trade: Fleet of delivery vehicles or bicycles.

Tip: Consider paying bonuses to your swiftest employees.

Hidden Costs: Medical bills (this is a high-risk profession, particularly for bicyclists in large metropolitan areas).

Pinball/Electronic Game Arcade

Description: You don’t even necessarily need a storefront of your own because many shopping malls rent out floor space precisely for games like these.

Fees: 50 cents to $1 per play.

Tools of the Trade: Pinball/electronic games and a token or change machine.

Tip: Buy used equipment if you can, as long as its not too behind-the-times..

Hidden Costs: Maintenance.

Consignment (Retail)

Description: Buy used clothing and other products, clean them up, and resell them in a fun, inviting setting.

Fees: Depends on the item.

Tools of the Trade: retail space, shelves, display cases credit card processing equipment, cash register. And probably a Web site, too.

Tip: Bargain hunters like to hunt, so don’t be afraid to situate your shop near your competitors.