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podcast 425 - Better World Book - Finanace - Part3

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Paul and Shawn talk to Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme fame. They go over the a chapter in detail with Jacob’s comments. 

They continue talking about passive income. Jacob mentions that setting up passive income requires a certain internal drive. Paul says that he gives out so many opportunities, but people just don’t take them up. People need to put forth a minimum of effort to actually investigate the way their money making ventures work.

Paul lists many kinds of ways to make residual income.
YouTube videos, photography, music, ad words, affiliate programs, make worksheets for classrooms, etc. You can even benefit from giving things away for free, but pick up opportunities for monetization elsewhere.

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I really enjoyed these podcasts, except for the ERE and the FIRE parts...

ERE=echoey, really echoey
FIRE=fuck. It’s really echoey.

How to avoid this in the future? Thoughts anyone?

Here’s a few of mine:
Do a sample call and scout out the audio quality and adjust.
Change rooms or add soft surfaces like carpet and drapes, or hang blankets over a door.
Build a blanket fort.
Mail a good microphone to your guest in advance.

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This podcast is about investments.
Maybe there's someone on Permies who'd like to invest in a project in the Netherlands? There's a piece of land with opportunities to be transformed to something like an eco-village. It's in the South-Eastern part of the Netherlands, close to Germany and Belgium.
If you are seriously interested in investing in that project, please send me a PM (with some information), then I can bring you in contact with the one who can tell you more.
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