In all seriousness, after I lost my job (11 years ago my job was off-shored to India for cheap wages), I was a miserable excuse making self loathing mess.

And totally by my own doing because I was foolish enough to depend on a job to afford bills and food.

While I know the first step in becoming financially free is the hardest, the journey is so worth it.

Ask yourself two questions:

1. What will I gain by taking care of myself Physically, Emotionally, and Financially?

2. Then ask yourself, what is the cost of not doing anything?

But here I am, 11 YEARS later and Healthy and Financially free from needing a job to support myself and I’m the healthiest I’ve ever been at 40, even healthier than I was at 20.

I remember staring into my bathroom mirror in upset and anger over myself at doing nothing to become financially free and independent 11 years ago.

Do something about your situation friends.


Don’t wait like I did until your job is gone which can happen at any time for ANY reason because you don’t own that job or that income someone else does and their goal is to cut payroll expenses whenever possible.

If you’ve already lost your job then you’re in my shoes and I got myself out of that mess. You can do it too.


P.s. If you’d like to work with me I don’t charge any fees I’m not going to sell you something you don’t want or need:

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