Sunday, May 13, 2012

I was once working in a miserable office with a group of girls.
 We were all going nowhere, and struggled to pay our bills. 
I left the office because I did not want to be in a dead end job for the rest of my life. 
I began spending quite some time reading books and planning a strategy that would put an end to the misery of punching a time clock and battling desperate, jealous females all day long.

 The problem was that I wanted a good income, but did not want a job. I hate having a job and working for someone else. I had spent enough years feeling under appreciated and overworked to know that there was no real satisfaction in giving my time, energy and creativity to someone else, only to have those around me who lack my level of talent, resent me desperately enough to spend their "on the clock hours", trying to make the big boss think that they are the ones who have the brains and talent and I am the one who can't do anything.

Sound familiar?
If you are above average in either your looks, talent, intelligence, or creativity, you have experienced exactly what I have presented here.

 You don't necessarily need to have more than one of these traits, just one of them, and the average workers are out to get you.
I moved on in life by going to school and getting a job with educated professionals.  It did not take long to realize that I was in the same boat.  As soon as my talent starts to show,  people begin to feel inadequate and conspire to cause trouble. I am not one who wishes to dominate others, and I really don't care to fight about anything, and this makes me even more of a target.
My ego does not ask for accolades, and when I realize that others can not do things as quickly or efficiently as I do,  it is not something I use to attack them with.  I just want to be peaceful,  and that is like asking for the world when working with others.
I decided that if I am talented, and intelligent to a point that others are afraid of me in the work place, then I must really have something.  I should be the one to profit from my talent.

I now make more money than I ever have, and I do not have a job.  Life actually feels good for a change.  This is the way it is suppose to feel. I wake up feeling good, and don't have to wonder what is happening behind my back.
I can really relate to Sara Palin being "palinized", by the media, because I went through this at my office. I would show up early and work hard and when the others would finally show up, I was polite to them. Lunch time would come around and they would say, "you have been working a lot more than we have, you should go ahead and take lunch," and when I would go, they would spread the word that I left because I am irresponsible and don't care about the job. This was propaganda to make the boss think that I was a problem and to keep him from ever becoming aware of my skills.  I have heard very similar stories from others since this happened to me.
This blog is dedicated to helping motivate those who are being chewed up by their mediocre co-workers, and want to make changes. Wouldn't it be great if you too could leave your co-workers behind and become an online millionaire? I hope you can use this blog to launch yourself into something better, at the very least.
Remember; if co-workers are so intimidated by you, and afraid that their boss is going to notice you are the superior one,  then you must be very special, and therefore too good to be working for someone else.
 This scenario also means that someone is getting rich off of your talents, while you are being beaten up for them. It's time for you to profit from your talent.

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