From Spills Spot …
It’s no secret that trying to break into the world of working in sports is a long and difficult road. The long hours, low wages, and fierce competition are well documented. Despite these obstacles, the quantity of applicants for jobs in sports continues to be on the rise.
Some people choose a career based upon maximizing the amount of income they can make. Those people often end up working in a job where there is little enjoyment. For me, pursuing work in the sports industry has never been about the money. It was all about pursuing my passions and finding a career that I thoroughly enjoy.
From Mr. FI Guy …
Every time you increase the gap between your income and your expenses you are putting yourself in a position of power. By haphazardly blowing your money you are giving your employer all the power because, without them, you’re almost immediately broke.
From The Daily Wire …
Mike Rowe joins Ben Shapiro to discuss his journey from tradesman to TV celebrity, the importance of a strong work ethic, and why happiness is not a worthy goal.
This is a fantastic watch or listen for anyone chasing FIRE … (and despite the host of the program, this conversation is very light on the politics – I think you’ll enjoy it.
A short and sweet post today about something that I’ve been thinking about recently. Is your side hustle holding you back financially?
I had visions of grandeur when I started my first blog in late 2015. At the time I’d been bitten hard by the early retirement bug and I wanted a way to share what I’d discovered. But these days I’m wondering if I’m not biting the hand that feeds me? I can’t help but wonder whether or not I’d be better off financially had I not stared this blog in the first place.