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Dave Kaminski – Gig Money
How to live the life of concert
Work on your terms. Set your own hours. Earn what you want.
No boss. No policy. No burnout.
Here's how Google defines the market economy
According to Google Research – A market economy is a free market system in which temporary positions are common and companies contract with independent workers for short-term contracts. The term "gig" is a slang word that means "a job for a specified period of time".
Here is a funny fact about Google and the supermarket economy: Google now employs more people than full-time people.
But wait, there is more. In 2017, the CEO of Intuit said that "the mobile industry economy will now represent 34% of the workforce and is expected to reach 43% by 2020". In addition, it was predicted that "the market economy" would simply become "the economy," with hundreds of millions of microenterprises replacing hundreds of millions of people in jobs of 9 to 5 years.
If you look around you, you will notice that there are stage workers everywhere. They buy people, give them food, drive them, and do just about anything you can imagine.
And here's an even stranger truth: These days, you can become a complete hermit and never leave your home. Live always. And you can do it because stage workers are available to do everything you need.
Here is my definition of the economy of the gig
You do small jobs in the short term (concerts) for companies. The concerts are profitable for you. And when you finish a concert, you forget it and move on.
You are not married to anything. You do not deal with a silly boss, boring colleagues, annoying customers, corporate policies, silly meetings, relocations, pay cuts, cost reductions or any other typical type of operation.
You are doing a concert. You are paid. You're in it. And you do all this at your own pace, at your own pace and in your own way.
This is not a full time job, a second job, a part time job or any other type of job.
It's a concert. You only do the concerts you want. You are always paid what you want. And when the concert is over, you move on to the next … whenever you want.
In concert life, you and you alone decide what work you will do, when you will do it and how much you will be paid for it. It's freedom 101.
Here is the reason # 1 for which you should do concerts:
You never know when you will have to rely on them
Listen, I do not need to do concerts. I have well established businesses online and I have been making a living for over 20 years.
But since 2005, I have also regularly performed concerts.
Because you never know when you will have to rely on them.
Jobs are lost. The products stop selling. Companies close. The traffic disappears. Divorces occur. Medical Invoices popup. And the list goes on of how your income can suddenly disappear or be dramatically reduced.
When this happens, panic settles and stress begins.
But if you regularly earn money from the gig, this is not the case. You know that you have concerts you can count on. Concerts are a proven and reliable way to generate just about all the income you need.
Concerts are like a financial security blanket. A backup plan that you can exploit on demand.
Making concerts is Waaaayyy easier than selling things online
and you can keep your job full time too
It is difficult to sell any type of product online, whether it is physical or digital. There are many things you need and even more that you need to know.
Graphics, video, copywriting, payment processors, email services, website design, sales funnels, organic traffic, paid traffic, etc. These are just some of the things you will need (and how to use them) to sell products online.
But concert life does not require any of these things. In fact, most of the time, concerts are landed, completed and paid using only the email address and PayPal.
And let me repeat: concerts are not full-time work, second job, part-time work or any other type of job.
You do them because you like doing them during your free time. It turns out that you are paid for them too.
With concerts, you do not have the stress, urgency or expense of "starting a business". You just do short-term gigs for others. Concerts that are starting to add up. And concerts that usually generate revenue much faster than "starting a business from scratch".
Get paid to find out what you want to do
It's something I hear almost daily. Someone hates their work, gets bored with their work or does not work and wants to start making money online, but they have no idea of what they want to do or sell.
Do concerts instead.
First, it's an easier and faster way to make money online. And it's an important step. Because once you have tasted your first dollar online, your insecurities fade and you are hungry.
And secondly, you will quickly discover what you like and what you hate doing. If you want to know how to do "full time" online, the concerts will be your compass.
For example, you may be thinking about being a coach or a mentor. Do some gigs first, where you train or coach people on the phone. Maybe you find out that's why you were born. Or maybe you discover that people are void and that you hate talking to them.
Anyway, by using concerts, you have been paid to find out what you would like to do or want to avoid when running an online business.
The "gig life" sounds pretty cool, does not it?
But how do you start doing it and what are
The secrets to succeed?
Well, let me help you with that …
Introducing Gig Money – The Insider's Guide to Living the Life of Gig
This is the course that allows you to tap into my 14 years and more experience to easily earn profits in the world of concerts.
For you, this means I'll tell you how to start, what to do, what not to do, how to make your first gigs successful, how much to charge, how to get paid, how to avoid all the mistakes most people do and how to do everything while enjoying every aspect of concert life.
Call it a blueprint, a quick guide, a step by step guide, a gig-life user manual or whatever you want.
But at the end of the day, I'll show you how to start from scratch and create a financial security cover powered by a gig that you can exploit at any time. And all based on a hard-won experience, no theories or stories of well-being.
Let's be clear about this from the start …
The Gig Life is not an activity, a job or a full-time life event
And it's not about driving for Uber or delivering races for Instacart:
Hey, if you want to drive people, shop or pick up dog poop from other people, these are all good things. But it's hard to get a decent profit and are not really sustainable. So, Gig Money is not about anything.
It's not about starting a business either. Starting a business requires a lot of time, money, stress and even more stress. This is not fun. Concert life is the exact opposite. It takes little time, no money and there is no pressure or urgency to achieve goals or milestones.
It is not about making a major change in life either. In Gig Money, I'm going to show you how to keep your current job and start taking advantage of the concerts you enjoy doing in your free time. Read it again – during your free time. You do concerts whenever you want, it's not something you're chained to every day.
And it is not a question of earning or replacing a full-time income. This is what people do when they try to go all-in and become full-time freelancers (99% of whom eventually fail). In Gig Money, you'll learn to focus on small, casual gigs that add up over time. No stress. No exhaustion. Do not sell your soul for money.
Take a closer look at what you'll learn in Gig Money:
Where to find concerts
This is the biggest question of all. And also the one that most people totally screw up because they go on "independent sites" looking for concerts. Here's a free secret: these sites are like the craigslist of world concerts and the last place you want to go. Instead, I'll introduce the system step by step so that you always have more opportunities for gigs than you can handle.
The 2 types of concerts to do
The types of concerts you can do are literally endless. You name him and there is a concert for that. But with concerts, more often than not, you are exchanging time for money. So you have to make sure that you go after the most profitable gigs. And these types of concerts are of two types. In this section, I will share what they are and what types of concerts you should always avoid.
The 2 types of clients with whom to work
When you do concerts, you will be dealing with people. And just as some people are better than others, some customers are better than others. If you want to be happy and be successful in the life of a concert, you will never want to work with two types of clients. I'll tell you how to spot those customers a mile away so you never get involved in concerts you regret.
What to charge for concerts
When you follow what I teach, doing concerts will be nice. Perhaps so nice that you would be happy to do them for free. But concert life is not a charity job and you must be paid fairly for your time. Here, I'm going to expose the exact formula to use to make sure that you always earn exactly what you want, for every concert you do.
How to get paid for concerts
Unless you're doing concerts on a "freelance site" (which I never recommend), it's up to you to charge your customers and charge them directly for your work together. What is the best way to do this and to ensure you always get paid quickly and completely? Relax, I covered you. I will show you exactly what to do in training. That's how my bills are paid in hours, not days or weeks.
Growth of Gig
This is for all outperforming students who want to earn more than the average person living the job, maybe even six digits a year. In this section, I will show you how to evolve your concert empire, including tips, tricks and warnings about potential problems you will encounter. In a nutshell, if you want to do several gigs every day, this section will be for you.
How to train customers
Yes, you read well. When you do concerts, you will be dealing with people (customers). And there are all sorts of ways, intentional and unintentional, for clients to try to force you more than what the job is supposed to cover. So I'm going to show you here how to train your customers so that they always respect your parameters. What you will learn here is a great secret to live a happy concert life.
It is unlikely that you will perform concerts for your friends and family. Instead, you will come into contact with people you do not know anything about. And knowing how to identify people with whom to work and who to flee from is an essential skill. Especially that almost all your contacts will be made by email. So, in this section, I will dive into my 14 years of experience and explain exactly what are the signs, good and bad, every time you are contacted to take a potential position.
I am well aware that many people (maybe even yourself) do not trust them when it comes to making money outside of a normal salary. And you may not be sure you can remove this movie. So, in this special section of the training, I will show you how to start making money immediately, no matter who you are or where you are. You will not earn much for these concerts, but it will prove to you that you can also start living the concert life.
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