Columbus sent me a message on a note in a bottle, across the oceans shores. He told me to sell my self-published ebook “HOW TO MAKE MONEY DOING WHAT YOU LOVE” for just $13 in celebration of his following his heart and exploring new lands so that we can live in beautiful Americas. You can read more about the ebook at www.Rebekkalien.com/lovemoneywork, but don’t wait, Columbus didn’t.
“Go, go, follow your heart, do what you love, be who you love, love who you are, love those around you and follow your dreams with a passion…” Thanks to Columbus, you can get your ebook “How To Make Money Doing What You Love” for just $13 until the end of October 13 German time.
GET IT NOW! STOP doing what you hate TO MAKE A LIVING! I’ve been self-employed and have been able to travel worldwide & do everything I love.
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You can read more about the Ebook here:www.Rebekkalien.com/lovemoneywork
I left my 9 to 5 job 3 years ago without knowing what or how I would pay for rent, work, eat. I had no backup plan. In the beginning it was tough, my courage faltered many times. Now I look back, gosh, how much I have grown. How my vision has expanded, how my faith has expanded, the level and degree to which I have deepened in my identity…I have learned to take care of the little or the a lot I have been blessed with.
I have learned to turn trash into treasures, to treasure relationships, friendships, to learn what boundaries is…I have attended conferences, gone through entrepreneurial training, sold art, become a manager of my own life, and strengthened in the many talents I’ve been given. This ebook is about how I was able to monetize my ever skill from playing cello, piano, knowing mandarin, art, writing, real estate, speaking to even traveling. It has been a beautiful beautiful road.
Many people think that being self-employed is DIFFICULT. IT may be at times, but I promise you, it’s so worth it. In fact, I’m sitting in Berlin right now writing all this.
“You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore” – Columbus