Zach Rigby


I've always been the kind of person that questions social norms. I was annoying to my teachers and entertaining to my friends. I had a series of traditional jobs growing up and the experience wasn't all negative. I enjoyed making work friends and having some money to spend but it always killed me to not be able to dictate how I could choose to spend my time and I never really liked having someone always looking over my shoulder.

It wasn't until I started building passive income streams that I opened up a whole new way to live your life. My grandma still thinks I'm crazy and wishes I would go get a job at a big corporation and work my way up the latter like her and grandpa did but she can't really argue with my results.

When I can make money month after month from work I put it once and can maintain with a couple hours a week from any internet cafe in the world it has opened my life up to a whole new level of freedom and adventure. Trekking across Vietnam, spending months at a time in south America, or just jumping from train to train exploring Europe wouldn't have been possible if I didn't have consistent income coming in month after month. Everyday I'm grateful for the life I've been able to create for myself by creating streams of passive income. My goal is to share my experience in the hopes that others can learn to create whatever life it is that they desire.

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Fu*k Jobs
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,990. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Careers / job hunting, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Small business and entrepreneurship
Are you sick going to work day after day and not getting paid what you deserve? Trading your time for your money while not being able to do what you love? Do you feel stuck in your current situation because your bills are keeping you from doing what you love? This book will empower you to follow your passions and create streams of income that pay you month after month with little or no maintenance

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