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INTRO I'm never going on another job interview again.

RemoteFox

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My f'this moment came after sitting in an office waiting for a hiring manager who was late for the agreed time. When he finally did show up he only bothered to conduct a farce of an interview. To top it all off, a rejection email buzzed my phone as the office door hit me on the a$$.

I do not appreciate my time being wasted, I was not amused.



I'm 24 years old and went to work right out of high school, I didn't "work smart" so I had to work hard. Though, I always had money even if It did cost me many, many 80 hour weeks. I've worked oil & gas for the last seven years. I can't say I regret it, the life of an employee hasn't treated me too bad. However, I've got a make a change. Mediocrity might as well be death to me, it is simply not acceptable.

I'm debt free and have a six figure net worth that I've build up over the years. I've worked hard to maintain my freedom from a financial perspective and I live efficiently.

As you might have guessed, I do not have income at the moment and I'm loathe to go back to the plantation. I've been stuck, like many others, in the trap of information gathering for years and have never taken action. Just one more book!

I have the need, the motivation, and the freedom to make something happen. Still as I write this I continued to be the fool without an actionable plan.
 
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Now that you have a long-game vision in mind, the job is merely a means to an end. Nothing wrong with biting the bullet and taking something for the sake of paying bills.

I'm debt free and have a six figure net worth that I've build up over the years.
Impressive, kudos.

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