I’m a typical guy. I’m a typical guy with one of those high-stress jobs that seem to never give you a moment’s peace. I signed up for it, so I should probably stop complaining at some point, right?
I got into the biz 22 years ago. I was young, but I was hungry. I had just left one of those non-fulfilling jobs because I wanted more out of life. I wanted something that I was passionate about.
I found something that really got my gears going. The pay was a lot less than I was used to, but it was just me. So, I took the leap of faith. I knew that it was like most jobs and that if I got really good at it I could climb that ladder that everybody talks about.
The price might be a little high at first, but it really isn’t any more than a bougie dinner that you really do not want to be at.
Take a little advice. Stop being like me in this comfortably miserable funk that you have been stewing in. Go live your best life. If that means that you want to connect with someone without strings, then go do it.