Pay isn't great. Work is boring. But you can work from the comforts of your own home. Or, even better, double dip if you have a job that allows you to work on your laptop. Be smart and consider contacting Alex! ________________
We appreciate all of your support, thanks again to all who contributed to the recent expansion of our organization.
All of the marketers we've had the pleasure to work with have been terrific and we certainly could use more of your help.
While we accept assistance from people in all geographic regions, marketers from the following locations ... Captain Capitalism
April 20, 2018, 1 p.m.
The 1950's is incredibly telling of the quality, caliber and sanity of any American today. You either view it as an ideal, a goal, an target to shoot for, or you loathe it, detest it, hate it, and view it as the epitome of evil. The first group of people are true Americans. They love the nuclear family, booming economic growth, progress, fashion, beauty, low crime, excellence, achievement and all that is classically American. The later are nothing more than parasitic ... Captain Capitalism
April 19, 2018, 11:27 p.m.
For your listening pleasure this morning and perhaps your commute home later this afternoon, TJ Martinell has a good podcast about leaving Seattle to live in the Cascades. It also includes meeting a dog who loves to go hiking and the importance of giving up your smart phone to re-connect with real people in the real world. You can find that episode here.
Also, TJ put together the first in a series on the history of the James Bond films. He got everything right, except that Goldfinger is NOT "gimmicky" but is in fact the best James ... Captain Capitalism
April 18, 2018, 2:32 p.m.
I know many of you are interested in entrepreneurship as a means of not only employment and freedom, but retirement as well. However, working in banking for the 15 years I did I can assure you that the VAST MAJORITY (i.e.-98%) of the small businesses I dealt with were nothing more than money-wasting hobbies that destroyed families, finances, and futures. Many of these businesses were original ideas, started from the ground up, where a client's "passion" overrode logic, common sense, and math. But more commonly was where some dreamer thought they were going to buy an already-existing business and ... Captain Capitalism
April 18, 2018, 1 p.m.
I cannot emphasize how much I saw this in my 20's and then later on in my banking years. Having to work from the ground up and pay for everything myself I know PRECISELY what it takes to afford things like BMW's, McMansions, and bottle service. 76% of Americans maybe living paycheck to pay check but I would claim nearly 95% of the vehicles you see on the road are leased, borrowed, or otherwise "not affordable" for those who are driving them.
Ignore those whispers of desiring children, a husband, and a family. Ignore those whispers of playing with your children and bonding with them. Ignore your desires of what you want and what you desire.