The Real Career Success Resource Center
"A great wind is blowing, and that gives you either imagination or a headache."
— Catharine the Great
No More Commutes or Nasty Bosses!
The Lifestyle You Lead When You Adopt the Success Principles of
CAREER SUCCESS WITHOUT A REAL JOB
- You don't have to obey your superiors because you don't have any.
- Instead of having to deal with the tyranny of corporate bosses,
you can be the master of your own destiny.
- You don't have to spend three hours each day thinking of creative
ways to kill your boss and co-workers.
- You get to avoid this epitaph from hell: "He could have accomplished something truly creative — but starting work in a corporation at such an early age made him brain dead at the age of 32."
- You don't have to ever hear that awful word "teamwork" or the equally awful phrase "being a team player". As someone once said, "Teamwork is a boss telling a bunch of mindless idiots to do their work all in the same regimented way."
- You no longer have to deal with jerks and idiots in the workplace;
indeed, you can now enjoy a jerk-free and idiot-free environment.
- When people ask why you don't work at least 40 hours a week like
everyone else, you can respond with, "I'm much too prosperous to work
more than 25 hours a week. How about you?"
- No more going to a corporate office on Monday morning and hearing
co-workers ask each other that mundane question "How was your weekend?"
followed by answers such as "It was fine." Fact is, you probably never did
care whether your co-workers enjoyed their weekends.
- You can wake up at 9:30 on weekday mornings, take a look outside
your front window, observe that all your neighbors' cars are gone
having taken them to work where their workday will be filled with
idiot co-workers, useless meetings, and other toxic experiences. You
can then go back to bed for a most enjoyable half-hour sleep as a
reward for being so much brighter than your neighbors.
- It's 2 o'clock in the afternoon on a work day, the sun is shining,
and you're itching to spend the rest of the afternoon outdoors - so
this is exactly what you do, unlike corporate workers who have to
spend their time imprisoned in a cubicle, working at a lousy job.
- No sneaky boss takes the credit for your great work.
- The smarter you work the more you earn versus the workplace where
the harder you work the more that is expected of you.
- When people ask you why you are willing to work at an unreal job
for lesser pay than what some corporate jobs pay, you can respond
with, "In part, because I have the integrity not to prostitute myself
by working for a corporation solely for the money."
- No more ridiculous training programs in which seminar presenters
try to force you to read cheesy books such as Who Moved My Cheese? (that are totally useless for the creatively ambitious and the organizationally averse).
- You no longer have to be politically correct; instead you can speak
your true convictions.
- If you get thrown out of the coffee bar where you work for being
politically incorrect, you can always find a funkier coffee bar in
which to hang out.
- You can't help but feel superior to mass of corporate humanity because you know with certainty that you don't need a corporation to spoon feed you with a job and take care of you with their health plan.
- You can spend a part of your four-hour work day creating funky,
controversial, and profitable websites like this one instead of doing
mundane office work eight or more hours a day.
- You will see how much credit you really do deserve for everything
you have created. Put another way, any and every creative accomplishment is your own and you don't have to deal with co-workers or bosses making absurd maddening claims upon your creative accomplishments as happens in most workplaces.
- Your professional attire is a pair of shorts, sandals, and a T-shirt
with "Leisureologist: My Job Is Having Fun" written on it.
- Best of all — you get paid for all your great ideas if they turn out to be winners.
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Career Success Without a Real Job
WARNING: The Real Success Resource Center may be too radical and challenging for most workaholics, government workers, corporate deadbeats, the politically correct, and the creatively inadequate. On the other hand, it can be an invaluable source of information and inspiration for ambitious individuals who want to earn a good living and live a real good life — outside the corporate world!