Enjoying The Journey
After living for 36 years I’ve had the fortunate (or unfortunate?) privilege of succeeding in the eyes of society. Throughout the years I’ve worked hard, played hard, taken risks, sold my soul (several times), struggled and found bits of adventure and flow. I’ve had ups and I’ve had downs. I’ve made a reasonable amount of money and have built up two medium sized companies but it hasn’t been easy and it certainly hasn’t been a blissful experience. Mixed bag – eh? After reading Rich Dad Poor Dad (and many other similar books) I realised that a job keeps you ‘just over broke.’ I needed to start my own companies. I followed the advice within the books, started my own companies, worked hard to create my 6-figure income and became ‘successful.’ The process certainly didn’t help me leave the rat-race…After seven years I’ve realised that I’m more involved in the rat race than ever before but I’m getting a lot more money than before. The road hasn’t been smooth and the journey hasn’t exactly been fun.
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Last November was my last post on this website. I feel annoyed and frustrated with myself that I didn’t carry on posting every week. As usual, life got in the way. I’m however happy to report that I didn’t take a job or slide back into a life of constant ...25 weeks ago
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