Now that I realize this, having a 9 to 5 is not really a problem at all. Shit, I don't even work from "9 to 5" for me it's actually 7:30 am to 6 pm and sometimes it would be 7 to 8 ! For a lot of people, there is no "9 to 5" but the same concept of conformity still applies. It's always been how you do things, not why or when you do them. Ask someone who's wealthy and they will tell you exactly that... (No, at the moment I am not wealthy, but eventually will be );
Shit, even retail jobs teach you the concept of managing your time, which is super important for business. Yes, they suck ass to work at them, that's why the creators of those type of minimum wage jobs consider them the "entry level"
It's not really meant to sustain or support a family, yet more than one-fourth of all customer service jobs are conducted by adults. They are the ones who have failed to set a goal for themselves, therefore their engines have started with nothing to show for it.
That's how you end up with leaked oil spills, broken headlights, and a rusty, old alternator (all in the middle of the slow lane full of traffic) while the rest of us ride out into the Fastlane with our fast cars.
Like yeah, I understand that by the end of working through a day job, you're exhausted. Mentally, spiritually, and physically. It's understandable, but let's be honest how bad do you want it? How bad do you wanna drive in that brand new car? Or do you really want to make money because you want to survive? Don't just aim to survive, get to living!
For me personally, it's the hard habit of going online every single day and making sure I publish at least a blog post everyday. Sometimes, I get discouraged because it's not a lot of views I get right now. (300 to 400 per week) but I know deep down in my inner being and in my heart that's not what I'll be receiving forever. Plus, a lot of great ideas come about brainstorming that you may not be aware of actually hitting thousands, if not millions of hits. And so, writing something, even if I won't publish, is a surefire way to be above average,
Guys and girls, it's the everyday struggle of getting up in the morning and repeating your own goals to yourself so that one day you actually own that nice, modified sports car or live in that luxurious place you know you'd love to stay in. So you see what I mean? A lot of times the online entrepreneur community will encourage you to "just quit your job and make six figures" or "travel the world" but we all know it takes time and resources to do both.
Most of us aren't having our dreams and passions backed by venture capitalists nor in some go-lucky situation to just quit our day job and attempt to make shaky income. It's just not possible (trust me I know) when you HAVE to pay bills. This is why I say it's not the job that's the problem, it's you. So you see, what do you think about this? Do you think that if you didn't have to go to work and was given a 6 month span living under someone else's roof, that you would be able to accomplish your idea to make money?
Hm. Value = Exchange...