Financial Struggle

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Financial struggle

is often the

direct result of people

working all their lives

for someone else.

-Robert Kiyosaki-



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Authored by kevinn on 28th January 2012

The last car

Life 2 Comments »

I am walking towards my car, going home after work. My car is the only one left in the parking lot. This is how working life looks like. Hopefully I won't be walking this way again and again until I retire! Sometimes, I get bored doing the same thing over and over again.

The only thing I have in mind at this time is to get home, take a bath and rest! So exhausted after the whole day at work.


Authored by kevinn on 12th November 2009

People and Jobs

Personal Development 4 Comments »

Jobs is a duty. Its a responsibility to finish tasks given by the employer. Its something dead.

The jobs that you do couldn't bring you to the next level. If you decided to resign from your job or your employer happen to terminate you, someone else will be given that job immediately. You are dispensable. Clearly understood, jobs don't have future.

People don't depend solely on their jobs. If they are given better opportunities, they will take up the chances to advance further in life. 


Authored by kevinn on 1st June 2009

3 places of work

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When it comes to work, I can summerised it to three categories, that is :

we either work for the Private, Government or on our Own, which is doing business of our own.

Both private and government job provide us the wages at the end of every month.  

I am getting the monthly wages category, at the moment, and I drive to work everyday, using the same route, watching the same cars  passing by and at times, I tried to drive different way to get to my office for a change. It get bored.

In the other hand, owning our own business requires us to create our own income for ourselves. These business people will have to figure out and crack their mind to find a way where the money is coming from, no matter its a big or small business, as small as setting up a simple stall at the five foot way.


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Authored by kevinn on 28th February 2009

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