Many financially-motivated people share a similar dream. They look forward to and even live for the day they don’t have to rely on their job quite as much for their income. While it might seem like a pipe dream, the truth is that it’s achievable. You can become financially independent of your job. It’s not easy, but here are a few of the steps that can help you get there.
I did a lot of VA projects for the past 8 months and having a hard time giving titles when posting payment proofs,lol. So I decided to start counting the blessings as they come by placing a number beside each VA payments alone. Well, it isn’t bad to count your blessings, in fact, it’s a good reminder for me to always give thanks to Him and share it with other people too.
I got hired for a full time online project last March 2011 doing various tasks like article/content writing and SEO just to name a few. This isn’t just like my regular VA job because the company gave me benefits like I’m one of the staff. I won’t go into details about that, but just to let you know that, it’s possible to earn online and there are plenty of good clients out there who will take care of you, that is, if they see that you deserve it 😉
Here’s the payment they sent a week before I start work, a sign that you can trust this client and that they’re serious about the job. They don’t know me but trusted me with an advanced payment and that is something which doesn’t happen often 🙂
Now, this was supposed to be a $100 but anyway, it was corrected on his succeeding payments.
Here’s my salary after 2 weeks of work:
I’m starting to save up on a Home flooring, at least this way, I can see where my earnings are going.
For those of you out there looking for decent ways to earn online, just keep trying and never lose hope 🙂
Note: Client’s information are blocked for privacy purposes.