Monday morning, 7am… My alarm clock went off, I opened my eyes and thought:
Oh, no! I wish it were Friday!
That morning I took an important decision. I didn’t want to spend my life wishing for time to pass.
Shortly after I went to my boss (who had psychic abilities, by the way) and when he saw me enter his office that morning, he said: "Oh, no! Are you going to quit?"
It had been a tough decision, because I really liked my boss.
But today, June 30th, 20 years ago, I had my last day at work.
I kept in contact with my boss until his death, but I have never regretted quitting my day-job.
Sure, there have been hard times:
It happens all the time.
In January, I was supposed to receive $225 from a company. Unfortunately, they sold it and told the new buyers that there were no unpaid affiliates. Bye bye money.
Today, I expected $1280 from the Danish libraries. The money is not on my account, and I don’t know why, and they haven’t answered my email.
If you’re going to quit your day-job, you should expect things like that to happen from time to time.
But freedom and the possibility to choose what I want to do is worth it all to me.
At least I think so.
I’m going celebrate today (my last day at work) and tomorrow (my first day in freedom) by giving you a freebie and two discount offers.
This freebie is only free today and tomorrow, so grab it now, before you forget.