You Don’t Want A Job—and here’s why…
My good friend, fellow virtual worker, author, and occasional nomad Joel D Canfield has a new book out (his 10th!):
To celebrate, and to learn more about why you don’t want one, enjoy this chat we did via Skype with Joel in Wisconsin and me and Los Angeles:
- What exactly IS a job?
- Why you don’t want one
- The four “T’s” of work
- Lifestyle changes and benefits
- Who this book is for
A bit more about the book, from Joel:
“You don’t need anyone to tell you the economy stinks. Everyone is just hanging on, hoping it gets better.
That’s not how it works.
Picture This Scene
Walking along a mountain path, you slip — and go right over the edge. Your hired guide grabs your hand. Whew! Safety.
Then, he starts to slip.
Look into his eyes. Imagine it. This is no lifelong friend, no loved one, no trusted ally. Your only relationship is money.
When he starts to slip, would you rather be hanging from his hand, or hanging onto something with your own?”
So do you want a job? Why or why not?
I’d love to hear your response + any other thoughts you have below.
Quick reminders: you still have time to enter the $100 Startup Giveaway before it ends this week, AND I’m hosting a virtual one-night class on how to travel like the wealthy and live the GREAT life for a fraction of the cost—learn more and register here! :)
Looking forward to learning more!