This is an open letter to all the people who have or wish to waste my time.
To all whom may be concerned,
I‘ve been thinking a lot about independence. Hell, I’ve been thinking about it since I was a teenager. However, lately as I am approaching the age of 30, it has become more realistic and less about rebellion. I’ve thought about how I could leverage myself in a way where I could live independently like the millionaires of the world without having to hedge my luck on striking it rich. I’ve come up with two different ideas on how I could do this that would work in unison with each other. These two ideas are working online through internet business and creating sustainability through avoiding the traps most of us are sold from birth.
A lot of my readers have asked me about how to start and internet business or to share some of my expertise. I decided to go ahead and add a section to The Ordinary Life specifically directed at internet business. I’m going to start posting about internet business at the most basic level for those who are brand new and each post after will become progressively more in-depth.
Social media is the new witch hunt. Mobs of people ride on waves of sensationalism to destroy lives through death threats, doxxing and financial execution. In this episode I talk about the recent witch hunt of Rooshv (pick-up artist) and three other innocent men who were lambasted by the “New Journalism”.