There are times when you should try to make less money. That’s right, when you ask, “Which job is right for me,” money should not be the only consideration. On Monday, a faithful (young) Wealth Pilgrim reader was lamenting the fact that he was stuck in a job he hated. To make matters worse, he wasn’t even well paid. He was worried that he wasn’t able to save for his future. This bothered him a great deal.
Many readers had fantastic ideas on how to help our young Jedi…and I came up with a few ideas of my own. Here’s a two-minute, 20-second video sharing my thoughts.
Am I full of it? Do you agree with my suggestion?
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