In any system, a “lever” is something that carries a cause and effect relationship. The lever has a direct impact on the output of that system.
The most simple example is the gas pedal in your car. What happens when you pull that lever (or more specifically, mash your foot on it)? It makes your car go faster.
Every system has a few strategic levers you can pull to make it more effective.
As expenses increase over time, we also need to make sure we’re doing something to increase our income.
Otherwise we end up like this, getting into debt as expenses surpass income.
Every day you are bombarded with messages to earn money on the side, to start a business of your own, to sell your extra stuff for extra money, and there’s nothing wrong with making a few extra bucks on the side, but if you’re not working on increasing your salary as well, you’re missing a huge opportunity.
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