Lets face it.
You’re here because you feel that your regular job is stopping you from pursuing your dreams and making you unhappy all the time.
You are not alone and actually most people feel exactly like you do.
The difference between you and others is that you want to do something about it, whereas others will constantly make excuses and blame everybody else for their saddened life.
Don’t let others bring you down to their level, because I will help bring you back up until the day I die.
I’m ALL FOR chasing dreams my friend. You are now in the right hands 🙂
High Hopes & Ambitions (We all Have Them)
We’ve all had dreams and high ambitions before, some more than others.
We all want to live life on our own terms, travel the world, purchase big houses and flash cars, go to the beach everyday and do what most people can only dream of doing.
But the question is: how far are you willing to go to make those dreams a reality?
Believe me when I say “goals without a deadline is just a dream, and until you specify a date it will continue to stay a dream for the rest of its existence”.
Dreams are everywhere, and it’s good to be passionate about reaching something because that’s how you learn, grow and evolve as a person.
But Then Everything Circles Back To Your “JOB” Again
When you’ve determined what to aim for (most probably on your holidays or in the weekend), you’re then forced to go back to work.
However, you are just tired all the time.
You come home from work, sit down and never get back up. You probably even go to sleep.
Weeks and months go by and you’ve done absolutely nothing towards reaching your goals.
Next thing you know, years have passed…and…still…you have nothing to show for it.
You soon realize this and you say to yourself: “it’s my job, it’s always stopping me from doing things that I want. I can never get anything done!”.
When does it end?
When is it time to make a change?
When does the excuses stop?
None of that Matters Right Now
It might seem like your job is the best thing in the world because it puts food on the table and a roof over your head.
However, you are aiming for high ambitions and dreams, correct?
I’m here to tell you that your job will always get in the way; period.
Unless you make DRASTIC changes, nothing will change and you’ll be the exact same person with the exact same income in another 20+ years.
You Need to Axe That Day Job ASAP
So you’ve finally realized that a normal 9 to 5 job is getting in the way of you chasing your dreams.
That’s good, because all it takes is a revolution before making a decision to do something about it.
Before chasing dreams–depending on what it is–you need to get out of that job.
As you already know, your job has been a burden on you and your success for a long time now.
Getting out of that will be the best thing you ever do if you’re serious about making your dreams a reality.
Jobs are MASSIVE dream killers. It’s proven to be for a very long time now.
Just ask anyone on their death bed.
They all regret not pursuing their dreams while they could. All of them had full-time jobs that got in the way all the time.
My Job Was Stopping Me From Chasing Dreams
My regular job was in the way of me reaching my full potential!
I had high hopes and ambitions and I knew from the get-go that my job wouldn’t allow me to reach them.
I wanted to travel the world, experience the world in its true beauty and not be limited to a budget or how many days my boss allowed me to have off.
So of course there was no way a job could offer what I was after – not one bit.
I was in a meat processing plant for 6 and a half years – working at least 40 hours a week, and the pay wasn’t even that good.
Not to mention that it was tiring so I never found the motivation to do anything after work.
Years passed by and I still hadn’t traveled once.
Did I change my dream or dumb it down because of it?
I’m a man that gets whatever I want simply because I picture it in my mind then take action towards it (by putting in the work!).
I don’t sit in my job and ponder on “what could have been”.
I took to the internet for answers, where I found out that people were really doing what I wanted to do.
I didn’t get jealous but instead got inspired by it.
That’s what I wanted to do so I knew it was completely possible!
I Never Did My Research But Never Stopped Chasing That Dream
Yes, I failed so many times.
However, I knew everything I wanted was possible and at the back of my mind I wasn’t going to let my regular job kill my dreams.
I tried many systems promising me rags to riches in a matter of months.
But of course they didn’t work.
90% of them were scams, but I still didn’t give up.
The biggest mistake I made.
I literally NEVER checked reviews before handing over my money, and I could’ve saved so many years of wasted time!
Nowadays most people are checking online reviews and it’s helping them make a better informed decision.
I now create reviews for a living and I enjoy every article I create.
Because it doesn’t even feel like a job. I feel so good because I help people avoid the same mistakes I did!
How I Found a Way Out
My real life friend was involved in an MLM scheme with his friend from work.
He put a status up on Facebook telling people he’s in this “business” and wanted to recruit his friends and family.
I got curious because I’ve never seen someone do this, not a childhood friend anyway!
I visited him and we talked about something called Kyani.
I went home, performed a quick Google search and found out it wasn’t that good after all.
I was then directed to something called Wealthy Affiliate, and that’s where I learned everything I know today.
After 1.5 years it allowed me to make more money than any job and travel the world while doing it! Exactly how I saw it inside my head!
I knew it was possible and never gave up that dream.
I made a goal to make $1000 p/m in the first 8 months and then $2000 within 12 months. The rest is history 🙂
Because I made this goal I had a DEADLINE.
It worked and I am living proof.
I want you to live out your dreams as well, and I’ll happily guide you every step of the way.
Questions, concerns and comments are all welcome in the comments below!