I’ve Been Sitting, Waiting, Wishing
I don’t want to say I’ve been in a funk lately, but I don’t have a better word to describe it. You likely have noticed that my typical five posts a week has dropped down to three, and even then I’ve still been missing a post here or there. Even worse, I feel like some of them are rather just chucked together for the sake of getting something out there – i.e. a lot of responses to comments and emails.
In my defense, there can be a lot to learn from people that contact me, and if I help someone I’d like to put the information out there full blast so that the maximum amount of people can reap the benefits of it.
Anyways, there’s a bit of a reason behind the lack of motivation. The first being, I have a shit load of extracurricular projects going on right now. I’m about to launch a new website with several other Manosphere writers and I designed the entire back end of the website, as well as developing content. I’m working on designing another website for a client that my girlfriend referred to me; thanks dear. On top of that, I just launched another site recently (not linking between them, really) that I am hoping will bring in some passive income. Oh, and I’m trying to still write chapters of a new book.
On top of that all, my current living situation is in complete limbo because I might be getting a job offer in New York City soon.
Whoa, whoa, WHOA. Brakes on.
Yeah, you heard it right. It’s a position internal to my current company, which means that I’m trying to not get caught working on various extracurricular activities while I’m, you know, at work. Prior to this development, I’d been churning out three to four articles a day for This Is Trouble, ROK, and the other endeavors.
Plus, I have this thing called a social life that needs attention, too.
Anyways, pursuing this position rather than saying fuck corporate America is a bit hypocritical based off of this post. I know, I know, I said I was going to escape the workforce. There’s just simply no way I can pass this up. Realistically, it will be a long time before I can afford to live in New York City based off of what I make on this blog, unless more people buy my book (hint hint).
This is a position that would probably triple my salary (granted, in NYC my cost of living may double from San Diego), with the potential to move into some very, very lucrative positions within the next decade. When I say lucrative, I mean along the lines of $750k-$1mil a year.
One good sale in my thirties for a ten year contract and I could retire.
I should be flying out for interviews sometime in mid-July, so until then I have to behave myself at work. Don’t worry though, I’ve still got plenty of trouble up my sleeve.