Once I made the decision to quit, I moved to another state with a plan to reinvent myself. Instead of looking to work for someone else, I began working for myself. I started writing original articles for LifeReboot, and I made another promise to myself: In six months, if my site wasn’t earning an average of $10 a day, then I’d give up my entrepreneurial adventure and look for more traditional work.
In the first month, LifeReboot earned $0.
The second month, it earned $42. (Average $1.40/day)
The third, $126. (Average $4.20/day)
The fourth, $171. (Average $5.70/day)
The fifth isn’t over yet, and has already earned $286. (Average $9.53/day)
If the trend continues, then I will undoubtedly reach the six month goal that I aimed for. If the trend continues for years, then I will have succeeded in discovering a way to earn income working smarter instead of harder: