A $3500 Emergency!
I was talking with my father last month. He mentioned he had just gone to the dentist and asked when I had last been. I thought about it and realized I hadn’t been to the dentist in ten years.
Yeah you read that right. And that’s not even the weird thing. The weird thing is that I don’t have a weird dentist phobia. It is a good thing I went because it turns out my teeth needed some work.
I had four cavities and needed a root canal from a cracked filling and a cap. Here is the crazy thing. The dentist told me it would cost me $3,500 to get everything fixed and I just nodded and said okay. I needed $3,500 in dental work and it didn’t bother me.
Why an Emergency $3,500 dental bill didn’t bother me.
I make money freelancing. The money I make freelancing is in addition to my bottom line. I can freelance as little or as much as I want. I understand the systems that increase income, how to get more clients and charge a great rate.
Because of that I know I will never be in trouble again. I will always be able to earn extra money to make up the cost of emergency bills, invest more, buy a house or treat myself to epic month long vacations. Interested in securing this kind of protection in your life?
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What if I told you never had to worry about another bill?
What would you say if I told you that you could pay off your huge student loans, erase credit card debt and never worry about another bill again? You’d think I was crazy. I’m not crazy.
Why you should freelance.
Freelancing is the complete opposite of getting a job. When you get a job you start at the bottom and work your way up. There is no ladder to climb in freelancing.
Freelancing you start where you want, you use talents you have to make money and you work as little or as much as you want. In freelancing the rules are inverted.
Say Goodbye to Permission Earning
When you get a job you give permission to another person or business to tell you how much you can earn and how much you can work. How does that even make sense? Don’t give someone the power to give you permission on how much you can earn.
If I had given other people power over me I would have missed out on so much. If I had gave up power I would have never:
*Had my first $10,000 month (actually $12,800)
*Not been able to not worry about an emergency $3,500 dental bill
*Been able to take a week off work and to take my father on an all-expense paid trip to Rome
*Landed multiple retainers with big name companies
*Launch and fund some large and amazing Kickstarters
Have your first $10,000 Month!
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