Joined 10 years ago
While I am a "Jack-of all-trades" there's much more to me than just being mechanically inclined, handy, and versed in a multitude of trade skills.
In gratitude to the humility of having been offset by todays economy, I can honestly say, had certain events not taken place, I would still be ignoring my true passions, writing, artwork, poetry, business philosophy, psychology and understanding our incessive natures and behaviorial patterns, as they along with all learning stimulates my interests.
Although, I am an aspiring writer, seeking future publication into books, and eBooks, I have experienced some divine changes in recent years that have changed my perceptions, and the way I view matters of importance regarding both the relative world, and the mysterious thresholds we stumble upon from time to time.
As for an income I am a professional at several fields of construction, design, artwork, and soon to be writing. I do nothing based on the need for money, nor base my output by measuring it to the paying wage...truth is, I've made great money consistently by employing the belief; whether you make a dollar or a million, do it the best you can. Eventually, someone will need your talent, knowledge, or even labor, and money will follow.
Too many people bitch about the hourly wage and measure their efforts by the money they make. Me I'll till a whole field in an hour for the love of work, and in the end reap a larger harvest so abundant I can afford to storehouse enough for my needs, sell enough to earn a wage, and tithe or share with those under-privileged who actually need the help.
Over the past 6 weeks, I have learned of affiliate marketing. It's not what you may think. It's definitely leading me down a path of success, and though Zi am no expert in this field, I know a good thing when I find it, and as such...
I am Currently assembling a registry of online businesses offering free start-ups, tools, training, product. services, and a host of payment options from ppc, to 75% commisions.
It's a work-in-progress, and a labor-of-love as my entrepreneurial hunger rarely starves, but is always munching on new opportunities, using existing & old ingredients to create new recipes to feed the hungry minded individuals like myself.
"The ingredients are old, the recipes are new. The only thing we can hope to do, is flavor the tongues of many with our imaginations to create, pro-create, and re-create" ~Art Moran
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