Marcus Timmons also is known as ‘Big Herc’ is an ex-convict from Sacramento California turned serial entrepreneur. He was a straight-A student and talented athlete before he spiraled into the so-called gang life. He was raised in poverty by a mother that birthed him at the young age of 14. By the time he was 15, he started selling crack rock. He claimed to make $200-300 dollars per day, $4200 per week… Read More
*This post may contain affiliate links* Since this blog is about overcoming mental health issues, like social anxiety, depression, procrastination. Working from home seems like a great alternative to the simple nine to five for many readers Today I have included the top paid surveys in Canada and America. Hint many of these work in the US and Europe as well. 1.) Survey Savvy Survey Savvy asks clients to do traditional survey… Read More
By Heather Mathews Author of Manifestation Miracle “Of course motivation is not permanent. But then, neither is bathing; but it is something you should do on a regular basis.” ― Zig Ziglar Michael, a husband and a father of two and in his early fifties, was a logistics manager at a frozen foods company. He made enough to provide for his family, and by all accounts, they were doing alright… … but he… Read More
By Heather Mathews Author of Manifestation Miracle“Don’t accept the fear that scarcity exists in any corner of your life. There is enough love, enough time, enough healing to go around. Give what you wish to receive.” ― Jewel Lisa, a stay-at-home mom of three kids, recently got back into the workforce. She decided to focus on raising her kids, so she put her property management career on hold for a while. When Lisa’s… Read More
The traditional life route does not work anymore: Go to school → Get a job→ “Work hard” → Buy a House → Get married. Is it fair to keep dooming millennial to go into debt: promising them a good future? Here’s a story on Malcolm, that many millennial can relate to. His dad asks “what do you want to be when you grow up?” Malcolm tells him he’s interested in science. Maybe… Read More
1.) Ignoring your Best Interests I learned at a young age that jobs do not have your best interest in mind. Careers do. The difference between a job and a career is skill set. I worked as a stadium cleaner in the summer, I showed up every day, then did overtime. I was offered a higher paying fun job at a charity, by a friend. However, I turned it down, because I… Read More
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