Escaping the corporate grind by the age of 24, Naresh is living out in the beaches of Florida, sipping his own glass of rum n' coke (and eating Skittles).
He works just a few hours a week and is raking in the dough.
He started climbing the corporate ladder, earning several educational degrees and working for high class companies, but eventually felt a lack of purpose... and not to mention a heavy dose of laziness.
So he got out of the Corporate Desk Trap and started his own marketing consulting business, then used the profits to invest in passive income -- the best kind of income, where your money does all the work for you!
Meanwhile, he wrote several books including Fifty Shades of Marketing, Podcastnomics, and the controversial Trumpbook.
And with the little amount of quote on quote "work" he does, he doesn't feel like it's work at all, because he actually enjoys doing it.
Remember, ProcrastiN8rs, we do what we want and earn money from it.
We cover a bit of an appetizer sampler in this episode with everything from stock market and real estate investing, publishing your own e-book, starting your own business, and generally being your own lazy boss.
Stay tuned for this PRO-crastiN8r's tale and a special listener exclusive offer inside.
Note: Listener discretion is advised. Trigger warning. Sensitive topics are thrown in.
• Laziness is the best skill to have when it comes to investing. Just buy and wait. Don't actively check or trade.
• Buy boring stocks like McDonald's, Johnson & Johnson, and Coca-Cola
• Don't worry about finding "the next Apple", just buy Apple
• Set up an LLC business to save money on taxes and purchase real estate through said business
• A business failure today may be a success years from now, especially published content like e-books. Trumpbook failed to make many sales at launch but became a best-seller years after its initial release.
Disclaimer: We are not your lawyers, accountants, or financial advisors. Please take any information said within this episode with a grain of salt. We are not offering professional advice here. We're just two lazy dudes talking and giving our opinion.
Visit Naresh Vissa's Website: http://www.nareshvissa.com/
Check out his e-books on Amazon