I Have A New Job: I Have No Intentions Of Keeping It In The Long-Run

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That’s right, I start a new job that I took on and I have no intentions of keep it for longer than a few months. I know what some people might be thinking: that’s not right because I took the job from someone else who might have ended up being there for a very longtime. But, here are some considerations about the place I landed a job at:

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Making money. Writing. Fitness. Travel. Motivation. Music. A few sports and some gaming.

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