Ordinary job, ordinary life
"Quit your job? But I thought having a job was a good thing!"
Jobs feel safe. We show up, do what we're supposed to do, and a check for the same amount comes in every couple of weeks. We can feel safe, secure, and comfortable with that. We can budget for housing, transportation, and food. We might even get a few weeks of vacation each year and have enough left over to go somewhere nice. So what's the problem?
Average isn't satisfying, and repetition is drudgery
The problem is that average just isn't satisfying. We can be thankful that we're not homeless or completely impoverished all we want, but that still doesn't scratch the itch we all have to live extraordinary lives - to spend more time doing what we love and less time doing what we don't love and to have more financial wealth to support our adventures.
On top of that, most jobs involve doing the same things over and over again. You don't learn. One day blends into the next. You don't grow. Your life lacks richness, diversity, and excitement. All put together this doesn't make for a very inspiring way to live the one life you get.
Quit, and do your own shit
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Book 2 is all about your business plan. With the right plan, structure, and strategy, your Internet business success is much more probable, allowing you to make more money in less time on a lot less traffic to your site.
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