I quit my job the other day. I had been asked to do more and more over the passing months, up to and including things that I normally charge $40/hour for in my computer repair business but at a pay scale that is less than the entry-level pay at McDonald’s and other local businesses. While I had already been considering the thought of leaving, it took a single moment of disrespect to make me realize that I had tolerated enough. The owner has a god-like reputation; tales of how he has mistreated senior management (and even low-level workers) are
The messages of support I received from family and friends since then have astounded me. Many of them expressed the desire to have the ability to quit their jobs as well, sharing horror stories that make my previous position look like a cakewalk in comparison.
The single most common question they asked concerned my finances: “How are you going to pay your bills?”
Between my investment income and my royalties, I’ve got that covered, so instead of accepting a job immediately, I decided to take some time off from working a public job to think.
Because I’ve realized something.
I’ve realized that despite the hope for better work conditions, that workers are still treated like slaves. We are used until we fall apart and then discarded like so much trash. God forbid that we grow old or get hurt because they just don’t care.
We are nothing in the eyes of our employers.
We work their jobs and buy their stuff; without us, they wouldn’t even have their businesses. Despite that, they tell us how grateful we should be to even have a job with their companies. We should accept whatever they decide to dish out because they believe that we would starve otherwise.
But you know what?
We don’t have to take their abuse.
We don’t have to work their crappy jobs.
We don’t have to tolerate their disrespect.
We can walk away.
Stop working their jobs. Stop buying from their businesses. We can hit them in the one place where they will feel it the most: their pocketbooks.
I realize that not everyone has developed a passive income that can support them.
I realize that not everyone knows how to manage their finances quite the way I do.
I realize that, due to the above two reasons, many people feel that they can’t escape their current circumstances. They are literally trapped in the chains of wage slavery and they don’t know the way out.
I want to help with that.
If you feel the same then I have a mission for you: I want you to find just one person who has achieved financial freedom and ask them for help.
I want to make this website a place where people can learn from all sorts of experts about not only ways to lower their living expenses but how to build passive income sources as well.
I want to teach the world how to break the chains of wage slavery.
But I can’t do it without your help.
If you are reading this and you’ve already achieved financial freedom, email me.
Together we can change the world.