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When a Problem Isn't a Problem

Published on 9/18/2018
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Somebody once said something like: 'If you have a problem that money will solve and, if you have money; then you don't have a problem.'

What are you talking about, Donald?

Okay...here's what happened.

My main computer crashed this past Saturday. I mean really crashed. My IT guy thinks some type of malware maybe caused the issue. Anyway, I lost a bit of data but, I had back up so no big deal really.

I went and bought another bigger, better computer. Loaded my data back into it. Checked for viruses first, of course. And now, I'm doing this PR on the new 'toy'. 

What's the point?

Well...years ago, when I worked 9 to 5; having a crashed computer would have been impossible to repair or replace because the money I was making wouldn't allow for anything extra in my budget!

The phrase: 'Couldn't even pay attention!' comes to mind.

Having little income beyond the rent and food level is a frustrating and embarassing way to live. Especially with the number of opportunities available nowadays.

So, let's say you did decide to start a business. If you're in the U.S.A. you can get tax breaks that can allow you to generate more income immediately in the form of more take home pay.

That can be worth $200 to $300 extra dollars each month. (Consult a good tax person.) The rule is, you don't have to even make a profit in your new business; you just have to intend to make money.

This one 'perk' alone means you're being short sighted if you haven't yet gotten some sort of business going. It's costing you extra take home pay from your job by not having an online business.

To clarify, I'm not trying to brag about being able to buy a new computer. What I want to do here is intice you to get off the fence and do some work for yourself instead of devoting time to a company doing the 9 to 5.

In a job, you're probably aware that you can only go so far income wise. 

You're also vulnerable to getting fired if the company decides to consolidate or re-organize. 

The company also tells employees when they can eat, when they can take breaks, and occasionally you may be asked to work extra hours.

You have no control when you work for a company. Your days are regulated. You're told when to be there, what to do, how to do it, what to wear, how to act, when you can take a vacation and; if you go to the doctor you have to have a note from the physician proving you were even sick.

Shoud any adult have to be treated like that? I say "NO"! The last time you should ever be told what to do is if you still live with your parents.

My suggestion, go find a good bizop and work on your business instead of 'working yourself to death for a job that would replace you in a week if you quit.'

Here's a great bizop that I like a lot and it's free: Shop FreeMart

It comes with free weekly training also.

Don't you want a better lifestyle than the one you have now? Maybe not. But, if you're like I was years ago, commuting to a 9 to 5 job every day; living from paycheck to paycheck and worrying that I couldn't solve a problem if it happened then; please do yourself a favor and take the first step. 

Knowing that you don't have to worry about the car breaking down, or the computer crashing, or having to fix a furnace in your home or; just being able to treat your spouse to dinner is a lot better way to live. You deserve it!

Respectfully,

Donald Gaw

 

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