The wrong direction
Although this is the first post about my four hour workweek, it did not just start for me. If you read the about me section, that was almost a year ago. So how did I do? Well, I've made some progress. By falling and standing up. By making decisions and ignoring some. After my breakdown I started working again. This time I focused on making websites and webshops for paying customers. But it was hard. Working at home (cut down on expenses), still not knowing if I could pay the rent next month and in high depths at my bankaccount.
To be honest, I haven't completely read the book "The four hour workweek" entirely yet. I quit at the chapter I had to choose a unique product or something easy I could sell for profit. Because I thought, isn't this what every entrepreneur is looking for? And my head still needed more rest, so I couldn't think of anything.
But now, 6 months later, it's time for me again to continue. I stopped most of my website making. I couldn't bare working at home anymore, alone. Doing small and boring jobs, having no money and no improvement whatsoever.
So, 3 weeks ago it was enough. It was a hard decision but I started working for a company. As an employee. Yes, you read that well, the wrong direction of what the book suggests. I traded lots of freedom for (much higher) salary and colleagues. Do I like it? No! Do I continue? Yes!
And that only so I can go live my dreams: travel, dance, be depth free and change my way of living.
Although it's the wrong direction in the end, it will buy me some time to continue my journey. To make my head clear and be way more certain of what I want. How am I going to do that? You will see, I will see. I'm looking forward to my next blogpost.