Not everyone wants to spend their life traveling and earning money through a laptop.
I love you and appreciate you for hanging out here.
I want to give you a lot of value.
So today we’re going outside the box and getting creative.
In today’s podcast, I answer one simple question:
How Can I Make Money with this 3D Printer?
A website is the ultimate employee.
It never gets sick, it never gets tired and it never steals from the register.
Your 3D printer can operate in exactly the same way.
Think of it this way – if the machine isn’t operating, you are losing money.
You want that bad boy fired up 24/7 making you money.
Even if you are using it for your job right now, there is downtime between print sessions every single day.
You can turn that downtime into cold, hard cash!
3D Printing is More than Just Toys
Unfortunately, 3D printing has gotten a pretty bad rap in the media.
Most television shows depict people making subpar toys with their own faces.
For this reason, most people think of the printers themselves as toys.
This is good for us.
This misperception provides you with an opportunity.
People aren’t buying them or using them to make money.
But now you can!
If you are looking for a good starter machine, this one has AWESOME reviews and won’t break the bank.
Let’s 3D Print Our Minds
Today’s episode is about more than just using a 3D printer to make money.
It’s also about thinking outside the box.
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One of the tenets of Serve No Master is the self-assessment.
I talk about skills extensively in the book.
But now I want you to think about assets.
That junk in your attic, the old exercise machine – all of that stuff can be turned into value when you are willing to get creative.
And if you do have a 3D printer, or you are thinking of buying one, get ready to have your mind BLOWN on today’s episode.
- There are loads of ways to make money using 3D printing
- Some machines can print carbon fiber strong enough for car parts
- A good 3D printer is the start of a self-sufficiency lab
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