It sho’ ain’t easy being a Silicon Valley Executive. First, you constantly have to be on call… (I suppose that’s because there is nobody to delegate to)…. And then you give up any semblance of a private life, except of course when you’re in your private offices,
Most companies desperately need skilled employees… they just don’t often act like it. Any corporate middle manager worth their salt can testify how much more difficult it is to hire and retain quality employees today than in the past. And yet,
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. In that light, I’ve been reading some articles lately about “Middle School Mom Stress.” I can imagine that middle school can be a dark time for lots of parents.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stared up at the glass-enclosed, diamond-encrusted C-suites of companies I’ve worked for, and wondered: “What the hell??? Seriously???” When you’re young and ambitious, you hope that your corporate executives are smart and capable captains of the ship,
Congratulations, you’ve made it half-way! Woo-hoo! Way to go! What’s next? OK, yes, let’s not talk about what’s next – that’s too depressing. Let’s talk about what you can do right now: It’s time for your midlife crisis!
Quit Wasting Time, and Start Hustling!
I firmly believe that side hustles are a key step for early retirement dreamers. Of course, there are many who have gained financial independence without a side hustle, but having a side hustle makes early retirement much easier to achieve for most of us.