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The content on this blog may be offensive to those who are comfortably numb. Reader’s discretion advised. Read no further if you have no interest in learning how to turn your life upside-down and live the life you’ve always wanted to live.

Do you wonder why people who don’t seem to work as hard as you do manage to live more successful lives than you?

Ever wonder why you work 80 hours a week, and still manage to be broke?

Your family life is falling apart because you are never home; on top of that you’re in debt, and you have no idea where you went wrong?

Are you simply frustrated with life?

Or perhaps you’re still in college, worried about what will happen after graduation–seeing as many graduates have a hard time finding a job.

Moreover, you think you’re alone, because all your friends seem to be living happy and successful lives.

I have news for you. You’re not alone.

Many people feel the same way you do, feeling trapped and helpless.

“Great,” you say. “Misery loves it’s company huh?”

Indeed it does, but the corollary to that is that success loves it’s company too. And believe it or not, success would love your company.

The purpose of this blog is mainly to help you realize your potential and help you manage your life to achieve your potential. You’ll be surprised at what you can accomplish in just a few short weeks.

What gives me authority to speak about success? Association. I associate myself with people who already live the life I want to live.

Not only that, but I truly believe that you have the power to succeed. The question is, do you believe?

Now for the third person.

Rasheed Bustamam is a 20 year old college student who wondered if there was anything in store for him in his future. Then his supervisor introduced him to an entire new world and showed him that with a slight change of thinking, anyone can be successful.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 5, 2011 12:07 am

    Hey man,

    I like your blog. I think you’ve found a really good audience. I’m going after the same audience, because I’m a law student, and I’m going to drop out next week. I know I’m going to have to work 70 hours a week… No geographic freedom. Being forced to think about what they want me to think about, rather than what I want to think about…

    I think our blogs are in similar places. It looks like you’ve got ways to go, and so do I. But we’ve both found a really good audience.

    Sorry I have to message you through this comment field, but as long as the words I type move across your eyes, I don’t really care how it happens.

    How long have you been blogging? Do you have any advise you’d care to share? As I make this crazy, ridiculous jump?

    Carl Rittenhouse Larson

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