If You Want To Be Happy And Free, Don’t Get A Job!
Everyday billions of people around the world trade away their freedom and happiness for a misplaced social conditioning in the name of a “job”. Chances are you have been a victim of this con either directly or indirectly without realising it. More
Everyday billions of people around the world trade away their freedom and happiness for a misplaced social conditioning in the name of a job. Chances are you have been a victim of this con either directly or indirectly without realising it.
It is possible to escape this misguided conditioning by being jobless while still enjoying all the financial security and financial freedom that could be gotten from getting a job
People go to work 40 hours a week because it provides them with some misguided form of security, and even perhaps with some prestige. To step out of this comforting world, they will need to learn how to get those things from their jobless lifestyle as well.
This book explores how to craft an ultimate lifestyle and financial security for one’s self without getting a job by becoming less dependent on the organisation for which they works and more dependent on their own resources and creativity. It is written in a plain, easy to understand, jargon free format suitable for anyone serious about turning their life or career around irrespective of age, sex, nationality or creed.
One of the greatest discoveries of humanity is the fact that we all have the power to change our future and our circumstances by changing the way we think and act. This book is written for those who want to take control of their life, their future and happiness by exploring the exciting world of joblessness: one that comes with an entrepreneurial spirit, which turns one into a self-employed business owner or free agent and gives them the power to be in control of their life, doing what they love to do.
It also explores how to successfully replace ones income by creating a steady stream of passive income to support one’s self with so that they don’t have to spend a lot of time at a deskeven though a desk at home is always more pleasant than a desk in an office cubicle. It is a must have for every library and I strongly believe that every living human being should have the opportunity to read it at least once in their lifetime.