Self-Employment…The start #1

DreamerGet a notebook and start writing your reality dream list, not just a wish dream list but an I want dream list. Then take an honest look at your present financial statement and decide if you can save twenty($20.) dollars per week, if more better, but no less than twenty($20.) dollars.

Facebook, Google +, Twitter, and other social media sites or groups that you are a member in will play a role in the birth and life of your self-employment journey. The question you need to ask yourself and be honest with yourself is your membership in any of these sites or groups entertainment or interaction, if they are entertainment you need to start the shift to interaction by starting discussions and filtering reactions to build your relation with your site or group members.

Self-employment

Passion. What is your passion, what is it that you enjoy doing and can never get tired of reinventing it. People do not enjoy being cheated or given less than expected and that is the same for all of us, so you cannot offer less than your very best, while listing your dreams and saving the twenty($20.) dollars, on a fresh page of your notebook fine tune your passion and determine what is needed to make it your self-employment tool.

The time is now, as a group we need to think as a platform of expression where we can work and develop together a number of connected services that benefit those that use them and us as we offer them. If you have an interest in being part of a community with a goal towards successful sustainable self-employment, join me at Google+ and we can start building our Google+ circle where we offer suggestions on where we start as we  interact, develop and move ahead.

About these ads

2 thoughts on “Self-Employment…The start #1

  1. My best friend and I, (we’re both sthirgat girls) used to never go a day without seeing each other. About a month ago, we both got really drunk at a party and hooked up like endlessly throughout the night. The next morning it was slightly awkward, but we’ve been through numerous situations so I figured we’d eventually move past it. But lately she’s been avoiding me and being less and less involved in our conversations. I’ve bent over backwards to get her to talk to me and practically climbed the Himalayas to get her to hang out. What should I do?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s