What if you only have 10 reais in your pocket and want to turn that into more money? And this is how backpacker Eliezer, owner of the Via Infinda channel, begins his journey. You are probably tired of watching advertisements from people promising exorbitant earnings without having to work, but that is not what this tutorial is about.
You may be suspicious, but it can be less complicated than you think, but of course, nothing comes for free in this life. This journey takes place in a series of 5 videos on his YouTube channel, where he promises to turn 10 reais into a thousand in just 5 days. Doubt? So check it out.
The young man decides to invest his 10 reais in something to resell on the street. This is a strategy he had already done before to save money for his backpacking in Europe. Eliezer analyzes which product he could make the most money selling, and decides to buy jelly beans.
Good old capitalism. You have to spend money to get money.
If you are shy, like Eliezer himself, he advises you to lose your shame, as there is nothing wrong with selling sweets on the street, and people will forget your face 10 seconds later.
Although the first hours of sales were not very good, the strategy ends up working. Eliezer manages to sell the first box and buys two more.
Profit: R $ 53.
On the second day, he decides to focus on his specialty: selling brigadeiros. After all, that's how he managed to travel the world.
He then buys the brigadeiro's ingredients with the money from the previous day and goes to make his sales on the subway and on the train.
At the end of the day, after a few brigadeiros eaten, some tips and some promotions, he gets closer to his goal.
Profit: R $ 290.
On the third day, he chooses to sell quality brownies, for 5 reais each. The rainy day did not help much, but he still made a good profit, managing to sell 80 sweets and earned 332 reais.
Do you know of any investment that brings a return of 332 reais on the third day with an investment of R $ 10? The youtuber continues his journey proving how it is possible to multiply money by working.
Profit: R $ 510.
On the fourth day he goes to Chapada Diamantina to sell brigadeiros at a party. According to Eliezer, parties are great places to sell things, especially sweets.
These are the places where you find happy (and drunk) people willing to spend a lot of money. If you are thinking of doing the same, consider looking for bars and places that sell alcoholic beverages. And that boosted sales that night, earning 378 reais.
Profit: R $ 878.
On the fifth day he dresses in style and will sell more brigadeiros at the sign. And at the end of that journey, with all expenses, bus tickets, unforeseen circumstances, brigadeiros eaten, discounts and rains, he reaches his goal.
Total profit: R $ 1,010.
Nobody said it would be easy, but he did it. Sometimes willpower can be what a personal project lacks. Eliezer is certainly a master of capitalism. Ultra Stonks!