Escaping "Paid Slavery"

Written by Dale Ronewicz

February 3, 2003 I remember that day well. I even celebrate it every year. That wasrepparttar day I finally decided to make my escape fromrepparttar 146586 Rat Race. For Ten years I lugged Welding Equipment up and down Train Car Ladders, doingrepparttar 146587 repair work on them sorepparttar 146588 company could make a fortune in their shipping business. Corporate downsizing required me to work 12 hours a day 6 to 7 days a week to fillrepparttar 146589 void of layed off workers. And any complaining I did was met withrepparttar 146590 same response: “You should be lucky you even have a job”.

Butrepparttar 146591 pain in my legs and back were telling me something different. It was telling me to GET OUT, NOW!

So I did (God Forbid we should listen to our own Instincts)

But every ending is a new beginning. Thus started my two years of Internet Marketing Purgatory. Buying every product promising me financial freedom. Throwing failed project after failed project out there onrepparttar 146592 internet while I pacedrepparttar 146593 floor at 4:00 A.M. wondering how I was going to make next months mortgage payment.

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