Posted October 02, 2018 06:11:25A long time ago, I was a real estate broker.
I’d go to clients who were struggling with a lot of debt, or they were struggling financially but couldn’t afford a home, and I’d talk about how I could help them save their money and make a better living.
At the time, it was the only way to help them.
I’m glad I stuck it out and never quit.
I left the real estate business after a few years, in part because I knew I didn’t have much time left.
But I didn`t know what to do.
I had no job.
I didn�t have a degree.
I couldn`t find anything I loved to do that would allow me to make money.
I just wanted to live.
I was living the dream.
I had no idea what I was getting myself into.
A friend suggested that I try a different career, and so I went into journalism.
This is where things got a little complicated.
I started my own news website, theBlaze, which I wrote a few stories about.
I would get paid, but I didn´t have enough money to get the kind of journalism I was looking for.
And so, after a while, I started taking freelance gigs for a few publications, and eventually, I got into the world of advertising, where I worked for a couple of different companies and eventually got a job in a global advertising agency.
Then, I went back to the realtor business.
I got married, and had a kid.
It took a while to adjust to the idea of a single life.
I still have the same questions that I had when I was working in the realtors.
But now, I understand how it worked, and how it doesn’t always work out.