What I Value Most is My Time

Why I am on an obsessive mission to build and live off of passive streams of income

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As a seventeen-year-old kid, in a kitchen and restaurant run by a miserable penny-pinching tyrant, filled with people afraid to lose their jobs — I had enough. The owner proved he didn’t value my time and that his word meant nothing, so I gave him my two minutes notice and…

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