My job never ends. Literally.
I’m only making $3.92/hour, less than minimum wage. There are no perks, no benefits, no pension. I work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I get no holidays or vacations off. I’m literally doing my job in my sleep.
Hi, my name is BNL, and I’m an investor.
It’s not all bad, though. For one, I can do just about anything I want while simultaneously doing my job. I can eat, sleep, bike, run, or watch a movie while I work. I also usually get small monthly raises , and my raises are generally well above the rate of inflation.
I have hundreds of thousands of people working for me internationally, and around the clock. Fortunately, I don’t have to manage them directly.
The job security is pretty good too. I wouldn’t say that I’m immune to demotions, but I am immune to layoffs. Also, most of my income is taxed at a lower rate than normal working income – and a lot of my expenses can be written off as business expenses.
Although I only make $3.92/hour, that adds up to $94/day since I work 24 hours a day. And since I work 365 days a year, my salary comes out to about $34,293. It may not sound like much to some, but it pays the bills.
This job doesn’t require any formal education or certifications, although a commitment to continued education is a must. I recommend receiving a graduate degree
in business or finance. Fortunately, most information is available online or in library books. In fact, I have no relevant degrees for my job. My only real qualities for this job are my attraction to learning, and my desire to experiment. I expect those to qualities to help me double my income over the next few years.
There is one catch though. You have to buy this job. The buy in isn’t cheap, but the more you’re willing to spend on the job, the higher the glass ceiling. If you can save up for awhile, learn to live efficiently, and learn to value the important things in life, the job comes much easier. You can also start with a shoestring budget, and keep buying more and more income as time goes on.
As I said, today I made $94.
Next month, I’m looking at a pretty big raise (which is why my passive income page is slightly out of date). As an investor, I’m always looking for new opportunities. I’m currently closing on a rental house, and in the next month or two I should create a new rental income that results in about $30/day (after all expenses and vacancies considered). At that point, my income should increase substantially to about $124/day.