Countdown to Freedom Begins

Posted by on Sep 16, 2007 in Financial Freedom

As I already mentioned in the About Me page, my contract here at the Tennis Academy of Asia in Bangkok ends on 31st of December, 2007.

That means that on the 1st of January 2008 I’ll be a free man. πŸ˜‰

My online income gives me the financial freedom to do what I choose to do and not be forced into some work that I don’t like.

Although I never really suffered teaching tennis in various clubs and academies, I always HAD to work.

I couldn’t take a break to see US Open if the whole club didn’t have a time off. I couldn’t travel to another place for more than a week and then I had to be back at work.

I will definitely stay in the tennis coaching since that is my passion and my expertise except I’ll be my own boss.

The online income provides me with freedom and I am not forced to work all the time. And I hope to grow my earnings even more although I’m not obsessed with money as many of the internet marketers.

Maybe it’s the American competitiveness or something… πŸ˜‰

Anyway, I came across this neat Countdown timer plugin which shows how much time is left before I become free.

You can check it out in the top right area of this blog.

So hopefully you’ll join me on this journey and set up a goal for yourself too to achieve financial and personal freedom as soon as possible.

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    4 Comments

  1. I like that idea…
    Work only when you want to (to a degree), how much you want to (and again, to a degree), and on what you want to do.
    πŸ˜€

    I hope to do so one day!
    You are my inspiration!
    πŸ˜€

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  2. I hope you find that niche where you do what you want and find satisfaction.

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  3. It’s pretty nice you’ve managed to get on your own online, without needing a day job. But I’m wondering how many sites do you own. I guess more, not just this one, right? πŸ™‚

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  4. Hi Mike,

    I have 5 websites and 2 blogs, but 90% of my income comes from only 2. Most of the others are still in the building stages.

    And with this blog, I mostly promote Site Build It since most of the other programs on the Internet don’t really show you the way.

    I know I could earn more money from this blog with Adsense and other stuff, but I cannot in good conscience talk about financial freedom and send people to all the crap that exists on the web. πŸ˜‰

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