No Bosses, No Commute
Now I “work” a few hours a day. I write one, maybe two letters a month.
I have no bosses, no commute.
I write from an extra room I set up in my home. Some days, I’ll head to the little writing studio I decided to rent in the heart of town, just for a change of scenery.
For a break, I’ll walk over to the old Equinox Resort for lunch … grab a coffee at the local market … or take our new puppy, Yukon, over to Hildene Meadows for a run.
I absolutely love the freedom of it!
My neighbors think I’ve taken early retirement – probably because they never see me working.
In many ways, I have retired. Because, for the first time in my life, I decide how my days will be spent. Some days, I’ll feel like working for a few hours (typically in the morning). Other days, I’ll play some golf, tennis, ski … or just hang out with my 10-year-old son.
But what surprises people most (and may surprise you, too) is the income my “retirement” lifestyle gives me: around $100,000 a year.
And I’m not kidding you or pulling any punches here …
It all stems from my ability to sit down and write (some would say “rattle off”) a simple letter like the one you’re reading now.
Here’s the thing, though …
Anyone who likes to write can learn the same skill that lets us earn a very comfortable six-figure income from home, year after year.
It’s a skill that –– once you have it –– will put your financial destiny squarely in your own hands, for as long as you choose to use it.
You’ll be in constant demand.
You’ll never be wanting for work or money, no matter what state the economy is in.
It’s something you’ll be proud to mention to your friends and people you meet. (Believe me, people will be very intrigued when you tell them what you do. They’ll want to know all about it.)
Along the way, you’ll learn much about yourself, about business, and about the world around you.
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