Who I'm Voting For
Here's a picture of who I'm voting for.
My mom. :)
(Cue the, "Awws...")
So, today is election day here in the US.
(Incase you haven't heard.)
People are going bananas about who — and who not — to vote for.
I promised myself I wouldn't get caught in the whirlpool of meaningless trolling that happens when both sides have made up their minds. I failed. The reason why? The emotionally-driven current of this election has been strong enough to pull even yours truly into its wake.
But, not anymore.
It's not because the election ends in 24 hours, either. The reason why is because no matter who wins, I know I'll be okay because I've already set up the lifestyle I want. A lifestyle where I make money doing what I love, from anywhere I want, and without the burden of other people determining how I want to live my life.
A lifestyle that's near bulletproof.
My friend Adam Farfán has a quote that sums up my thoughts right now. He says, "What happens in your house is more important than what happens in the White House."
I couldn't agree more.
You're in control what happens in your home. And, your life. If you think voting for someone will change the world, you're wrong. I'm not saying you shouldn't vote — that's a decision you have to make on your own.
What I am saying is: don't put 100% of your trust into another person, because at the end of the day, there's only one person who can truly make the world a better place.
Thanks to the freelance copywriting business I've built, I know I'll be okay — even if Trump, or Hillary, gets elected.
And guess what?
I've decided to start teaching others how to do the same with this test group for becoming a freelance copywriter.
Hit that link above to add your name to the test group email list.
You know, freedom is a interesting concept.
While we have a lot of freedom here in the US, very few people take advantage of it. You have to ask yourself, "Am I really free, or am I simply trading my time for money, working a 9-5 to pay the bills, and stuck working a job I hate?"
I pondered that question for a decade before I finally went "all-in" with freelancing.
Not once have I regretted my decision.