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7 Tips for Making a Full Time Independent Living Without a Job

7 Tips for Making a Full Time Independent Living Without a Job

| January 11, 2015 | 9 Comments

Ten years ago, I came across a book called, “Making a Living Without a Job“. In it were the concepts of how a person could make a living without having a job (obviously). Nothing too profound really, but it helped the me of 2005 reinforce the way I was already thinking, which was “I want […]

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December’s Income/Expenses – $5,373.46 in Revenue (From 7 Sources)

December’s Income/Expenses – $5,373.46 in Revenue (From 7 Sources)

| January 6, 2015 | 11 Comments

This is the eleventh edition of my income/expense report on my business so far. The first update can be found here, the second, here, the third, here, the fourth here the fifth, here, the sixth, here, the seventh, here, the eighth, here, the ninth, here and the tenth, here. Up until last June, I worked […]

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November’s Income/Expenses – $1,562 in Revenue

November’s Income/Expenses – $1,562 in Revenue

| December 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

This is the tenth edition of my income/expense report on my business so far. The first update can be found here, the second, here, the third, here, the fourth here the fifth, here, the sixth, here, the seventh, here, the eighth, here and the ninth, here. Up until last June, I worked for a small […]

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October’s Income/Expenses (and Some Big News) – $3,973 in Revenue

October’s Income/Expenses (and Some Big News) – $3,973 in Revenue

| November 7, 2014 | 17 Comments

This is the ninth edition of my income/expense report on my business so far. The first update can be found here, the second, here, the third, here, the fourth here the fifth, here, the sixth, here, the seventh, here and the eighth, here. Up until last June, I worked for a small internet marketing agency. […]

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Do We REALLY Need to Save for Retirement or Is It All Just a Big Hoax?

Do We REALLY Need to Save for Retirement or Is It All Just a Big Hoax?

| October 8, 2014 | 9 Comments

When I was 10 years old, I had two visions of what my future would look like. On one hand, I was going to own my own business. On the other hand, I was going to retire by the age of 45. These two visions weren’t mutually exclusive, as they can both happen, together. But […]

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September’s Income/Expenses – Killer Month! – $6,131.10 in Revenue

September’s Income/Expenses – Killer Month! – $6,131.10 in Revenue

| October 1, 2014 | 37 Comments

This is the eighth edition of my income/expense report on my business so far. The first update can be found here, the second, here, the third, here, the fourth here the fifth, here, the sixth, here and the seventh, here. Up until last June, I worked for a small internet marketing agency. I’d been a […]

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August’s Income/Expenses- Another SOLID Month: $3,000 in Revenue

August’s Income/Expenses- Another SOLID Month: $3,000 in Revenue

| September 2, 2014 | 9 Comments

This is the seventh edition of my income/expense report on my business so far. The first update can be found here, the second, here, the third, here, the fourth here the fifth, here, and the sixth, here. Up until last June, I worked for a small internet marketing agency. I’d been a part of their […]

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How (and Why) You Can Accomplish Anything You Put Your Mind To

How (and Why) You Can Accomplish Anything You Put Your Mind To

| July 9, 2014 | 17 Comments

Today, I got nothing done… I slept in because I was tired. I talked with my mom on the phone for an hour until ten thirty. My friend, Adam came over after that and helped me take my car to the shop. Then, we had lunch at my place and sat down and talked business […]

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How to Sell Your Summers for a Few Bucks and Never Get Them Back

How to Sell Your Summers for a Few Bucks and Never Get Them Back

| June 23, 2014 | 14 Comments

I woke up on Monday, July 19th, 1999 at 9:00 am. After 20 minutes of lying there half awake, I decided to get up and start my day. On my agenda for the day was to mow three lawns in the neighborhood: Mrs. Rubis’, Mrs. Palmer’s and Mrs. Schultz’s. I took a trip to the […]

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7 Benefits of a Location Independent Business (That a Job Can’t Touch)

7 Benefits of a Location Independent Business (That a Job Can’t Touch)

| June 10, 2014 | 12 Comments

Six years ago, I was a recent college graduate and a broke entry level employee. I was making a whopping $30,000 per year as a salaried employee. For the first time, I had money to spend (although not a lot of it). That paycheck was coming in rain or shine every two weeks and I […]

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