Who Are You Working For?

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Sorry for taking a couple of days off, recently. Rest assured that it isn’t because of me slacking.

My family has made a move across a couple of states to allow me to take a new position. The move is advantageous for a couple of reasons. The job pays more and will be more interesting. But secondly, my commute will only be 10 to 15 minutes. This will personally save me close to 1 to 1 1/2 hours in commuting time per day. Not only will this allow me to spend more time with my family, it also allows me to spend more time working on serving you folks.

I believe in hard work. But I try to be selective about to whom I work and I expect to be justly compensated for that work. Consider commuting time. First, I consider any time I am not enjoying myself to be work. It’s a good philosophy to have. It really helps you prioritize your life. Therefore, since I dislike commuting, it is work. In addition, since I am not earning, but paying. In effect, I am working for the gas companies and car maintenance companies and paying them for the privilege. In addition, the time behind the wheel is time I can’t spend on doing things that will increase my income.

If there is one thing that YFE tries to get across, it is that life is all about decisions. The decisions you make on a day to day basis are the ones that will either allow you to grow wealthy or will drive you to poverty.

I encourage you to examine your life and find ways to allow you to avoid working for others (unless fairly compensated) and increase your quality of life.

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