Personal Reflection – I Stayed in My Old Job for Far Too Long and Stunted My Potential

Don’t quit your job on a whim. I am not suggesting that you should quit your job, disrupt your income flow and ability to pay your bills, and upend your life because you feel like it. This is not a decision to take lightly. However, as I personally reflect upon on my life, I regret not leaving my previous jobs when I had the chance. I spent too much time coasting, participating in the rat race,...

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Jobs That Thrive In a Bad Economy

 I used to be an academic advisor, counselor, and college adjunct. It was a profession I did not enjoy at all. Teachers bring their work home with them, the pay is better at private schools, and you must stay in one place a long time to get secured pay increases. I became a freelance writer in the gig economy, which is growing all the time, so I could work on my own terms. However, if you are...

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Make $2,000 Fast Renting Your Home and Properties

The average, annual expenditure for most American household needs is about $60,000. Yet, the average American makes about $47,000 annually. Even in a household with two working adults, that means that every single dollar gets stretched as far as possible. The standard of living is very high in the United States. I have been studying how to make appreciable passive income with my home, car, and various...

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