A lot of people seem to think jobs are anti-fastlane. If it's your end goal, then that's probably true. If it's one step in a larger entrepreneurial journey, it may be the best choice.
This is an example of something I ran into from another thread. I thought it would be an interesting...
Here is my perspective.
I think that if you're unsure of what you want to to do with your life, you should go to college until you figure it out.
I love MJ's book, but one issue I have with it is his hatred of college education and getting a job.
The millionaire fastlane claims that there are...
I am 22 years old and I have been doing a shitty job for two years from now.
But the real question is:
What led me to become a grastronomist in the most important supermarket company in my area?(my first and until now unique job)
Well, i think my past choices. (and yes @MJ DeMarco , if you...
Right now I am desperately trying to get clients for my web-design business - I even started a 90 day cold-calling challenge thread which you can read here.
However, it's not that easy in the start and I am thinking about getting a job to a) get some cash flow b) learn useful...
As I move near the end of my High School journey, I will yet come face to face with bills and rents. Since, I am young and very early to the process of building a business, I am in need of a job, or even small/online businesses that will definitely help my bills and rent out, and maybe fund my...
Who are the highest paid employees?
I read somewhere that some jobs give €55000/$60000 monthly. Was that true?
Something about finances or banking employees? Maybe vice presidents? Or pilot captains?
Some jobs actually do not rely completely on time, but also partially on performance, but...
Census: 74% of STEM grads don't get STEM jobs
Here it is, a study showing that 74% of STEM graduate with Bachelor's degrees do not work in STEM. Yes, you read that correctly, 74% must either work jobs not pertaining to their field or go on to pursue a higher level of education.
So the next...
Andy's Contractor CV (Breakdown, Tips & Tricks)
Here's a breakdown of the CV I had when I was an IT Contractor.
Being a Contractor means you live and die by your ability to get your next contract.
This CV layout was honed over many years and worked very well.
Hope it helps.
AndyTalks with @The-J about Creating Freelancing J.O.B.s by Accident
I'm an AdWords freelancer (with a small team).
@The-J is a Facebook/Funnels freelancer.
Recently @The-J complained in a thread that he's build a f**king job for himself.
I figured we should have a chat as I've partly done...
Today, January 3rd, 2017.
After having an amazing fun filled Christmas.
A spectacular drunken New Years.
Leading into what looks like a very promising 2017.
This morning at 10-am my employer laid off 10 Engineers. Most of which did not have a rainy day fund, only a few had enough savings to...
Imagine the current situation:
You are ~19 years old and have had a few jobs. You go to College for Business and drop out because the Entrepreneurship Program Head never actually ran a business himself. You've been studying business on your own time for a few years. Although you've studied...
I am currently looking for a new job, reason being I landed a role 6 months ago with the downside being a 2hr commute each way. I am now at a point where I have enough experience to move on.
I have tried Indeed and other common forms of finding work but its like finding a needle in a...
I'm posting this here in Your Fastlane Plan because sometimes, dead-end jobs are a necessary evil. We all have bills and obligations to pay -- sometimes dead-end *shit* jobs are just the bandaid we need to pay the bills while our greater focus is put into our efforts on business growth.