Small Slice of Freedom

Right now I’m sitting in Charleston, SC between conference calls. The sun is shining, there is a slight breeze and the temperature is in the 50s. It is… comfortable.

What would you do if you had all the freedom in the world?
Would you spend the time all on yourself, invest in others or something else?
Would you be happy or miserable because you have no identity outside of work?

Paint your future picture of freedom. What can you do to experience a small slice of freedom? Do those small slices to motivate yourself to get the rest of the pie.

Next… What are you doing to get to get to that freedom? How’s it working for you? Here is a picture of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge (the big one, the other one has been torn down) going over the Cooper River in Charleston, SC.

Charleston Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge

I was involved with supplying some of the steel (rebar) for this project about five years ago. It paid the bills then, but has no impact now. You need two forms of income:

  • Money to pay the bills now- job, one time product sales or other fee for service
  • Money that keeps coming in- Membership sites, ongoing product sales, mentorship…

Grab your slice or look to visit Charleston:

Small Slices,
Sam Carrara

About Sam

I try to enjoy life and impart tidbits of wisdom with other people. This picture of me was taken on top of a ski slope in Aspen, Colorado after a wedding for my sister-in-law.
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1 Response to Small Slice of Freedom

  1. Ronald says:

    I think this says about the things to be done for earning confidence.Confidence has a great to do in marketing and that is the secret of success

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