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Surely Allah is the Bestower of sustenance, the Lord of Power, the Strong.

 

For my dear brothers and sisters who have requested that I start a business thread , here it is .

I will cover in this topic ;

  1. my definitions of wealth , money and business 
  2. how to change your mindset on creating wealth 
  3. and how to create wealth so you can have both time and money 
  4. in return all i ask is your :Duas .

Disclaimer : This is not commercial advise , business advise or investment advise , as I am not licensed to do such things .It is a private brotherly sharing of ideas in general terms and may not apply to each individual at any given time.

you should consult legal professionals on business , legal and commercial matters in your jurisdiction.

 

I do this for my young bros so they may get married , and for my young sisters so they can spend all the time with their families and still create a successful business. (:Inshallah )

 

ws

 

 

 

 

 

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let's begin , 

 

all the ideas of a good education , degrees and a good Job are obsolete now.

So whoever told you of such things don't have a clue on wealth and success.

let me define wealth , wealth for me are the tools required in this :Dunya to seek nearness to :Allah swt and to serve and prepare for our :Al-Hujjate (as) .

They are mainly according to the :Holy-Quran , kids and money .

Money is by definition something of value to trade and conduct commerce.

Though all money today is a  fiat ,:Riba based system of currency  , we have no other choice so let us play by their rules and perform economic ;Taqiyya.

Business for me is the vehicle to get me to create enough money to allow me to look after my family comfortably and to prepare for my :Imam (as).

 

My definition of a JOB , is J just O on B Broke.

This vehicle is the worst way to make money.

It puts you in the worst tax position.

You have to turn up to get the money.

And you create debt before you even begin to earn through getting your degrees.

the student loans accounts are larger than most institutional lending accounts 

It also doesn't allow you to have time to spend with your family.

and for many in the west , your :Deen is compromised if you want to get ahead .

So what do you do ?

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(salam)

 

what is your idea about starting a business my young bro ?

 

ws

 

(wasalam)

 

Well, I was thinking about doing my BA in computer science/business and then starting something related to that... Like a software company of some sort.

 

I don't know how I can go about it without getting prior education in the fields. University is cheap for me so I won't really be in any debt either. Idk.

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(wasalam)

 

Well, I was thinking about doing my BA in computer science/business and then starting something related to that... Like a software company of some sort.

 

I don't know how I can go about it without getting prior education in the fields. University is cheap for me so I won't really be in any debt either. Idk.

:Mashallah good for you bro , my sons are doing something similar and love the technology side.

You do know running a business and offering a specialist service are two different things .

It's a good start to offer your hours and create an income as a consultant , but how do you walk away one day and make more money from your business ?

 

ws

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:Mashallah good for you bro , my sons are doing something similar and love the technology side.

You do know running a business and offering a specialist service are two different things .

It's a good start to offer your hours and create an income as a consultant , but how do you walk away one day and make more money from your business ?

 

ws

 

I think I lost you somewhere, akhi... Do you mean to say that it is better to become a consultant and then branch off to a business with venture capital from that?

 

My ideas do not include the need for any starting money... Just time, effort, and dedication.

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I think I lost you somewhere, akhi... Do you mean to say that it is better to become a consultant and then branch off to a business with venture capital from that?

 

My ideas do not include the need for any starting money... Just time, effort, and dedication.

You have a great idea bro , have you done a business plan ?

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You have a great idea bro , have you done a business plan ?

 

No, not really haha. Just been focusing on finishing school for the past little while.

 

I just have a general view of what I want to do:

 

Become proficient in computer science (whether it be through university or not) and start developing an indie game that, if the idea was good enough, might explode and I'd be set (wishful thinking)... Maybe be an app developer.

 

Or maybe design some useful software like this guy did (he made an app, but it could be anything) and see it take off (Insha'Allah): http://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2013/03/201332712445420322.html

 

Thing is, with these types of things, no money is required. Just knowledge, a computer, and Internet access. Some don't even take that long, so basically my plan is to be running like 5 ideas on the market (creating and developing them during my spare time) at the same time which require very little investment while I have a job sustaining my livelihood... Rinse and repeat indefinitely till one idea sticks and makes bank... Quit job and begin to dedicate my life to serving our Imam (AS) with children and family...

 

That is basically the general plan I have in my head^... Not sure if it's any good though.

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No, not really haha. Just been focusing on finishing school for the past little while.

 

I just have a general view of what I want to do:

 

Become proficient in computer science (whether it be through university or not) and start developing an indie game that, if the idea was good enough, might explode and I'd be set (wishful thinking)... Maybe be an app developer.

 

Or maybe design some useful software like this guy did (he made an app, but it could be anything) and see it take off (Insha'Allah): http://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2013/03/201332712445420322.html

 

Thing is, with these types of things, no money is required. Just knowledge, a computer, and Internet access. Some don't even take that long, so basically my plan is to be running like 5 ideas on the market (creating and developing them during my spare time) at the same time which require very little investment while I have a job sustaining my livelihood... Rinse and repeat indefinitely till one idea sticks and makes bank... Quit job and begin to dedicate my life to serving our Imam (as) with children and family...

 

That is basically the general plan I have in my head^... Not sure if it's any good though.

it's young brothers like you that makes an old man like me have faith and hope in our community .

amazing my young bro , now cut and paste all you have written into your diary .

modify it with dates and $ amounts and extended to the next 10 years.

You have got yourself a biz plan .

by doing this you have increased your chances of succeeding by 9 times those that never write it down.

what made you think this way ?

was it your father ?

your upbringing ?

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it's young brothers like you that makes an old man like me have faith and hope in our community .

amazing my young bro , now cut and paste all you have written into your diary .

modify it with dates and $ amounts and extended to the next 10 years.

You have got yourself a biz plan .

by doing this you have increased your chances of succeeding by 9 times those that never write it down.

what made you think this way ?

was it your father ?

your upbringing ?

 

Alhamdulillah brother... It was all external guidance that led me to it... I've liked computers from a very young age, so it is natural that I want to go into this field... I was just a bystander from all the advice I have been given about my future and I combined it :P... I did nothing myself xD.

 

I will do exactly that and write a business plan... Right when my winter holidays start akhi; Thanks for the idea.

 

What made me think this way... Well... Partially you (a few months ago when you gave me advice... thanks for that :)), I feel that, as you said, I do not want to be restricted by a corporate entity that has control over me and everything in my life... Freedom and financial independence, I think, is the first step to being able to serve our Imam (as) really and truly because... Aside from the money a good halal business would bring in... If you are tied down by work responsibilities and being commanded to do things left right and center by the system of the Dajjal... You can never really be properly working for your Imam (as)... The reason I say this is because you are literally working as a slave when you are in a job. You are doing their bidding in the system of, as you said, riba and Shaytaan and by providing your service (while working your job) to these corporations... You are really furthering the agenda of the Dajjal...

 

As a person with a job, you would just be one of the small pieces of clockwork helping the entire system succeed and progress along its haram pathway and in absolute reality... Working against the Imam (as)...

 

When running a business (provided it is halal)... You have complete control over what you wish to do with it and what ends you wish it to achieve.

 

I guess a good analogy for working a JOB in today's day and age would be working as a criminal defense lawyer... Defending and working for those whom you know full well have raped, murdered, and God knows what else...

 

The only difference is that with a JOB... You don't deal directly with the thaalims (criminals) and you don't defend them directly and sometimes you do it even unknowingly... You work several levels underneath them and provide your service to their larger machine of thulm for meager pennies, trying to survive while the thaalim corporate owners laugh at you from their high positions, kill, steal, and drink their 5000 year old wine reclining inside asraf-ridden mansions...

 

This is one of the reasons that I respect you and your efforts to aid the bros and sis's here so much... You have become successful in overcoming this with your businesses and are trying to help eradicate (to whatever extent is possible in this corrupt world) our community from the Dajjali system and make them independent and in a position of power (as business owners) that will be able to serve our Imam (as), free from the command of the thaalims...

 

Remember what Imam Musa Al-Kadhim (as) said to the camel renter that lent his camel to the Abbasid caliph of the time...? The caliph only wanted to rent the camel to go to HAJJ! But the Imam (as) told him never to do that again because helping a thaalim in any way (even for a good thing) is a bad thing to do... Jobs, I think, are party to this as well...

 

Of course, this is not true for EVERY job because there are some that have good leaders... But how often do you find those? An example would be your workers, Sami. They would probably not be supporting the Dajjali agenda in the long run due to your, probably, stringent rules when running the business to ensure that it stays halal... I'm just saying that most jobs do contribute to the corporate heads' power and this is not a good thing.

 

Also, I acknowledge that many of our brothers and sisters work for the system out of compulsion (and so will I, when I am out of my house and trying to earn), and there is no blame on them for that...

 

But what I am saying is that the end goal should not just be a job and that's it. Why not take the better pathway and become independent and start a business... Better in every way...

 

I believe that all of our brothers and sisters should at least be trying to start one (with the niyyah of being free to serve their Imam (as)), and not content with just a job till they die... The trying (on the side of your job) should be there... Regardless of whether it is successful or not.

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Alhamdulillah brother... It was all external guidance that led me to it... I've liked computers from a very young age, so it is natural that I want to go into this field... I was just a bystander from all the advice I have been given about my future and I combined it :P... I did nothing myself xD.

 

I will do exactly that and write a business plan... Right when my winter holidays start akhi; Thanks for the idea.

 

What made me think this way... Well... Partially you (a few months ago when you gave me advice... thanks for that :)), I feel that, as you said, I do not want to be restricted by a corporate entity that has control over me and everything in my life... Freedom and financial independence, I think, is the first step to being able to serve our Imam (as) really and truly because... Aside from the money a good halal business would bring in... If you are tied down by work responsibilities and being commanded to do things left right and center by the system of the Dajjal... You can never really be properly working for your Imam (as)... The reason I say this is because you are literally working as a slave when you are in a job. You are doing their bidding in the system of, as you said, riba and Shaytaan and by providing your service (while working your job) to these corporations... You are really furthering the agenda of the Dajjal...

 

As a person with a job, you would just be one of the small pieces of clockwork helping the entire system succeed and progress along its haram pathway and in absolute reality... Working against the Imam (as)...

 

When running a business (provided it is halal)... You have complete control over what you wish to do with it and what ends you wish it to achieve.

 

I guess a good analogy for working a JOB in today's day and age would be working as a criminal defense lawyer... Defending and working for those whom you know full well have raped, murdered, and God knows what else...

 

The only difference is that with a JOB... You don't deal directly with the thaalims (criminals) and you don't defend them directly and sometimes you do it even unknowingly... You work several levels underneath them and provide your service to their larger machine of thulm for meager pennies, trying to survive while the thaalim corporate owners laugh at you from their high positions, kill, steal, and drink their 5000 year old wine reclining inside asraf-ridden mansions...

 

This is one of the reasons that I respect you and your efforts to aid the bros and sis's here so much... You have become successful in overcoming this with your businesses and are trying to help eradicate (to whatever extent is possible in this corrupt world) our community from the Dajjali system and make them independent and in a position of power (as business owners) that will be able to serve our Imam (as), free from the command of the thaalims...

 

Remember what Imam Musa Al-Kadhim (as) said to the camel renter that lent his camel to the Abbasid caliph of the time...? The caliph only wanted to rent the camel to go to HAJJ! But the Imam (as) told him never to do that again because helping a thaalim in any way (even for a good thing) is a bad thing to do... Jobs, I think, are party to this as well...

 

Of course, this is not true for EVERY job because there are some that have good leaders... But how often do you find those? An example would be your workers, Sami. They would probably not be supporting the Dajjali agenda in the long run due to your, probably, stringent rules when running the business to ensure that it stays halal... I'm just saying that most jobs do contribute to the corporate heads' power and this is not a good thing.

 

Also, I acknowledge that many of our brothers and sisters work for the system out of compulsion (and so will I, when I am out of my house and trying to earn), and there is no blame on them for that...

 

But what I am saying is that the end goal should not just be a job and that's it. Why not take the better pathway and become independent and start a business... Better in every way...

 

I believe that all of our brothers and sisters should at least be trying to start one (with the niyyah of being free to serve their Imam (as)), and not content with just a job till they die... The trying (on the side of your job) should be there... Regardless of whether it is successful or not.

may :Allah swt be pleased with your mother and father and reward them :Janaat 

and may you be amongst the 313 :Inshallah 

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(salam)

 

May Allah reward you for your efforts brother Sami.

 

Speaking for myself, tbf I dont have and concrete plan for business.

 

Being an Engineer (fresh grad) I feel my own field to be good for business, but the first capital is out of my range atm.

 

I have few things in mind though, other than my own field.

 

One other thing is that I want my business to be backed by other sustainable businesses.

 

e.g, I have option of investing in automobile business, but its too early for me, as I dont have much prior know how.

 

Similarly a small printing press may be a good option too, or investment in a construction business, keeping in mind that

 

all of them being partnerships.

 

I have a long way to do homework before any such venture. As for my field I need to have field experience if I want to make

 

a good earning out of any relevant job.

 

(wasalam)

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How can a person get money without money to start?

Which skills are marketable and which are not?

 

Tech skills (in my opinion):

 

No, not really haha. Just been focusing on finishing school for the past little while.

 

I just have a general view of what I want to do:

 

Become proficient in computer science (whether it be through university or not) and start developing an indie game that, if the idea was good enough, might explode and I'd be set (wishful thinking)... Maybe be an app developer.

 

Or maybe design some useful software like this guy did (he made an app, but it could be anything) and see it take off (Insha'Allah): http://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2013/03/201332712445420322.html

 

Thing is, with these types of things, no money is required. Just knowledge, a computer, and Internet access. Some don't even take that long, so basically my plan is to be running like 5 ideas on the market (creating and developing them during my spare time) at the same time which require very little investment while I have a job sustaining my livelihood... Rinse and repeat indefinitely till one idea sticks and makes bank... Quit job and begin to dedicate my life to serving our Imam  (as) with children and family...

 

That is basically the general plan I have in my head^... Not sure if it's any good though.

 

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Is there a way out for those who are already indebted and working 8 to 6 jobs?

Yeah, make the next loan you take out as an investment. Do your homework, do your homework, do your homework, and invest in a good property and rent it out or start a business or or buy a business or you could even get into buying or making apps for phones. The failures I have seen in my family in regards to investment or business is 1) not doing the proper homework and learning as much as possible about a future investment. 2) Assuming the investment will require little to no energy right off the bat. Maybe in the long run it will require little input for a large output, but most things you invest in will require some direct effort in the beginning.

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How can a person get money without money to start?

Which skills are marketable and which are not?

 

It's difficult, most working people have to spend a lot of time working and saving to be able to invest down the road.  The general course for most working people is simply investing in their first home, for this you generally need a massive loan (mortgage) and a little bit of saving of your own as a down payment.  Anyone who suggests that you should take out loans to invest elsewhere without having a reliable income base and a little bit of investment savings in the first place is an idiot, it doesn't matter how much homework you do, it's far too risky and can lead to a lifetime of troubles down the road.

 

It is best to keep it simple, try and live within your means, save as much as possible, and invest once you have something to fall back on in case things go bad.

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How can a person get money without money to start?

Which skills are marketable and which are not?

getting money to start a business is the most easiest thing in the world .

this is what i do now , as a venture capitalist.

we have access to billions of $$ .

i have private and institutional investors ready to throw in $ to the right business idea presented on a perfect business plan by the right person.

are you such a person ?

do you have the right business idea and is it presented in a water tight business plan ?

if so , you can access the $ , without any of yours .

I will cover all this soon :Inshallah.

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I don't care to be a millionaire. I want to earn slightly more than I earn now in 1/2 to 3/4 the time. I have never been wealthy but when I have had a little more than we need it has been a burden.

 

I have had two businesses. Both were professional services, marginally successful but not enough income to support a family. I enjoyed many aspects of self-employment but ultimately became lonely.  I've always been interested in urban redevelopment, but have no capital to start  nor any very specific plans. Honestly, it is hard to plan when barely getting by and no help.

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(salam)

 

May Allah reward you for your efforts brother Sami.

 

Speaking for myself, tbf I dont have and concrete plan for business.

 

Being an Engineer (fresh grad) I feel my own field to be good for business, but the first capital is out of my range atm.

 

I have few things in mind though, other than my own field.

 

One other thing is that I want my business to be backed by other sustainable businesses.

 

e.g, I have option of investing in automobile business, but its too early for me, as I dont have much prior know how.

 

Similarly a small printing press may be a good option too, or investment in a construction business, keeping in mind that

 

all of them being partnerships.

 

I have a long way to do homework before any such venture. As for my field I need to have field experience if I want to make

 

a good earning out of any relevant job.

 

(wasalam)

(salam) 

my dear bro , you're welcome and it's my honour to assist such brothers like you in any way .

you have many ideas and all sounds great :Mashallah.

perhaps write them down and draw a roadmap , as an engineer you should be great at it.

I will share a few more options later .

It is the mindset of having a successful business is most important .

I will take of a business to create passive or a residual type income , one that is done for perpetuity without you being there .

I pray for your success in this world and the next :Inshallah.

ws

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"This is the secret of wealth; find the starving and destitute, pay them half a crown, and make them produce five shillings worth in the day, amass a fortune by these means, and then increase it by some lucky hit, made with the help of the State.

 

Need we go on to speak of small fortunes attributed by the economists to forethought and frugality, when we know that mere saving in itself brings in nothing, so long as the pence saved are not used to exploit the famishing?

 

Take a shoemaker, for instance. Grant that his work is well paid, that he has plenty of custom, and that by dint of strict frugality he contrives to lay by from eighteen pence to two shillings a day, perhaps two pounds a month.

 

Grant that our shoemaker is never ill, that he does not half starve himself, in spite of his passion for economy; that he does not marry or that he has no children; that he does not die of consumption; suppose anything and everything you please!

 

Well, at the age of fifty he will not even have saved £800; and he will not have enough to live on during his old age, when he is past work. Assuredly this is not how great fortunes are made. But suppose our shoemaker, as soon as he has laid by a few pence, thriftily conveys them to the savings bank, and that the savings bank lends them to the capitalist who is just about to "employ labour," i.e. to exploit the poor. Then our shoemaker takes an apprentice, the child of some poor wretch, who will think himself lucky if in five years time his son has learned the trade and is able to earn his living.

 

Meanwhile our shoemaker does not lose by him, and if trade is brisk he soon takes a second, and then a third apprentice. By and by he will take two or three working men--poor wretches, thankful to receive half a crown a day for work that is worth five shillings, and if our shoemaker is "in luck," that is to say, if he is keen enough and mean enough, his working men and apprentices will bring him in nearly one pound a day, over and above the product of his own toil. He can then enlarge his business. He will gradually become rich, and no longer have any need to stint himself in the necessaries of life. He will leave a snug little fortune to his son.

 

That is what people call "being economical and having frugal, temperate habits." At bottom it is nothing more nor less than grinding the face of the poor.

 

The Conquest of Bread by Peter Kropotkin

http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/kropotkin/conquest/toc.html

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(salam)

my dear bro , you're welcome and it's my honour to assist such brothers like you in any way .

you have many ideas and all sounds great :Mashallah.

perhaps write them down and draw a roadmap , as an engineer you should be great at it.

I will share a few more options later .

It is the mindset of having a successful business is most important .

I will take of a business to create passive or a residual type income , one that is done for perpetuity without you being there .

I pray for your success in this world and the next :Inshallah.

ws

(salam)

 

Looking forward to your help. May Allah grant you with His utmost blessings.

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(wasalam)

 

Well, I was thinking about doing my BA in computer science/business and then starting something related to that... Like a software company of some sort.

 

I don't know how I can go about it without getting prior education in the fields. University is cheap for me so I won't really be in any debt either. Idk.

Dear brother,

I came across this site, specifically this course, which may be of interest to you. They are taught by universities online for free. There are many CS classes but this specific class goes into making apps for Andriod systems. They assume you know how to program in Java... The course starts in 19 days so maybe you could OD on java coding over winter break and give the course a try. Or you could find a java course to take and take this class later when it is offered again (although i dont know when it will be offered again)

 

https://www.coursera.org/course/android

You could always sign up for the class and watch the lectures after you figure out how to work Java, I think the course lectures stay open to you even after the class ends.

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Dear brother,

I came across this site, specifically this course, which may be of interest to you. They are taught by universities online for free. There are many CS classes but this specific class goes into making apps for Andriod systems. They assume you know how to program in Java... The course starts in 19 days so maybe you could OD on java coding over winter break and give the course a try. Or you could find a java course to take and take this class later when it is offered again (although i dont know when it will be offered again)

https://www.coursera.org/course/android

You could always sign up for the class and watch the lectures after you figure out how to work Java, I think the course lectures stay open to you even after the class ends.

(bismillah)

(salam)

This is awesome sis, thanks a bunch.

I learned Java a few years ago so no OD necessary ^_^. It was because I know it that I was recommending it to you :p.

I think I will definitely do it.

(wasalam)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

This is awesome sis, thanks a bunch.

I learned Java a few years ago so no OD necessary ^_^. It was because I know it that I was recommending it to you :p.

I think I will definitely do it.

(wasalam)

Excuse my underestimation of you :O smart cookie but no probs!

Good luck

Ws

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If u take the course tell me what u think of it.I might try taking it myself if I can figure out java in two weeks lol iA

(bismillah)

Java is actually super easy.

Watch this video series in the next 2 weeks and you will know it all:

www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFE2CE09D83EE3E28

It is very easy to grasp but there are some instances where it gets confusing, so you can ask me any questions you have.

Excuse my underestimation of you smart cookie but no probs!

Lol watching youtube videos doesn't make me smart xD.

(wasalam)

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ok let's get serious ...

most of you have the slave mentality , you have forgotten that once upon a time , your forefathers were merchants and traders.

they were no slaves to corporate masters and did not sell their souls to make a livelihood.

so what happened to us ?

well to start with they did not  go to school or Uni ,

the knowledge and skills needed  was passed on by father to son.

like the billionaires of today .

Rich and successful people do not go to such places , but recruit people that do to make money for them and pay them 10% of their worth.

do the maths bros and sis , if you are getting paid say $50,000/ year , you will be generating $500,000 worth of revenue for your boss.

At Uni they teach you how to work for money.

they do not teach you how to make money work for you .

this is a secret kept within the elite clubs of billionaires .

So why let money work for you ?

simple 

you only for 24 hr/ day , so the money you can make is limited.

and if you are going to spend all your time making money , what about the time needed to raise a family , practice your :Deen or just time for yourself ?

This is is biggest  paradox that exists in this world.

Money is evil , it is an illusion but for most of us it is everything .

It is life , death , happiness ,and even allows you to practice your :Deen .

Try to offer your :Salaat  without food , water and shelter.

Money makes the world go round.

So how do you make money work for you ?

easy .

stop your slave attitude .

stop letting those that have nothing tell you to go to School do well , go to Uni , do well , become a mass murderer (doctor ) lier (lawyer ) or Engineer ( destroyer of worlds ) and work for the next 50 years and retire broke with a dead chook and a gold watch.

this model is obsolete , and you :Shias are the last people on the planet to wake up to this.

Read the books 

Rick Dad Poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki 

great book .

the employee and the self employed (doctors , lawyers and other professionals ) work for money.

they are slaves to money .

they get  up to make money , they hasten their :Salaat for money , they marry for money , they divorce for money , they live for money and die for money , making money their god .

the Business owner and investor let money work for them ,money becomes their servant and they are in control.

giving them more money and more time.

what are my definitions of business owner and investor ?

simple , a business owner or investor is one who has created a business or an investment portfolio that allows it to generate money forever without you ever being there.

this model is what is needed for the true :Shia whose is in preparation for :Al-Hujjat (as).

Remember my dear bros and sis , you cannot serve two masters.

 

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(bismillah)

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Absolutely brilliant :Sami... Masha'Allah. I wish I could articulate my thoughts like you.

JazakAllah. I will be buying rich dad poor dad soon. One of my friends have been reading it as well and they said it was really good.

His book Why A Students work for C Students and B students Work for the Government is also very. Good teaching style.

JazakAllah :). I remember you mentioning RDPD as well...

Are these books found in general bookstores?

(wasalam)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

Absolutely brilliant :Sami... Masha'Allah. I wish I could articulate my thoughts like you.

JazakAllah. I will be buying rich dad poor dad soon. One of my friends have been reading it as well and they said it was really good.

JazakAllah :). I remember you mentioning RDPD as well...

Are these books found in general bookstores?

(wasalam)

Ironically my uni has none of his books. But my state library has them you can also buy them from a book store.

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Well this is sort of simple common sense.

 

How do you get to the point where this is feasible?

 

I have had two businesses, and my experience has been that you can have time or money, but not both. Also, wealth is for those who are born into it. Hard work and loss is for "commoners" like me. I'd like to be proven wrong on both of these. It is obvious that working for yourself can sometimes pay better than working for an employer, but only if you can secure enough work. Do you have a marketing strategy? And is working for a group of clients really all that different from working for a company?

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everything i say here is proven and tested , so much so that all my kids have been brought up on such thinking.

I tell my sons , that economics is where is at.

you want to control your life , start there .

you want to serve :Al-Hujjat (as) , master the finances that throw everyone into debt servitude.

You cannot run towards :Al-Hujjat (as) when he calls out for his :Shia , when you are bound in the shackles of debt and modern slavery.

I have gone into detail in my previous posts of how the commerce of this world works.

The real war is won , the war of money .

You all have been sold to the :Bani-Ummayads (LA) , and most of you have no idea .

The University is the temple of the :Bani-Ummayads (LA).

You all try everything and anything to run and worship in this temple of :Yazid (LA), and after generations , the community leaders wonder what has happened to our youth.

the youth delay marriage , kids and pay homage to the false gods of this ;Dunya.

They are praised to be criminal mass murdering doctors dispensing poisons to make the masses more stupid .

while their lawyers help them stay away from jails.

you have all sold out your souls , and here i sit crying at my community . my youth and their fate.

I see non-msulims waking up to such a transgressions and yet my dear :Shia run to their corporate masters ready to please 

It is so painful to see my :Shia sisters shedding their :Hijab to please some man so she may receive her pay check , so she may have a false sense of independence.

Ok enough of my soapbox theatrics , how do you create such vehicles so we can make money and have all the time in the world ?

 

 

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