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Wjtr

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Hi all,

my name is Michal, I live in Poland. I have superb wife I love and 3 kids (two girls - 7 and 5 years, and a 2-year old boy).

I see myself as an efficient slowlaner.

I have a good job, I work in IT projects as a Business Analyst mainly in Insurance industry. I studied informatics. My hour rate is quite ok. The problem is that I have to multiply it by number of hours I worked. Commandment of time...

I started to work on my career about 4 years ago. One of the milestones was reading The Millioner Fastlane book. I managed to more than triple my salary from the beginning (doubled it within those 4 years) but still was not able to develop a business that will meet CENTS principles.

Still on my journey to financial freedom.

Let's see if reading this forum will help me on that journey.

All the best!
 
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Wjtr

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Welcome aboard! Tripling your salary is no joke.

While not fastlane, perhaps you can augment income with IT consulting.
Thanks. Actually doubled (I clarified the topic in the first post). Anyway - scaling is poor. And involves a lot of work, stress and commitment.

IT Consulting? One of potential roads, but... It's hard to risk, when everything is going slowlane-good, and you have a family to feed. And you find yourself too tired to work after your regular hours and kids/family/housekeeping time.
 
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