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You don’t need a job

You don’t need a job.  You need income. Getting a job is one common way to gain income, but viewing it as the only way closes the door to many opportunities.

Some people earn commissions selling products for companies that don’t employ them. Others turn selling a few items on Etsy or eBay into a business. Some let their monetary investments provide income. Others teach people to do these things.

I’m not encouraging that everyone start a business.  I’m encouraging the idea of zeroing in on your needs and asking how – other than the obvious, popular ways – you can achieve them. 

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