You’re probably a rich freelance writer with lots of clients and a fat bank account.
You make so much money that even your dog can smell the wealth.
Well, good for you!
This was the case with Larry, a 21 year old freelance writer who was making a killing online. He had a few big clients who allowed him the opportunity to make about 5 figures every month.
After a whole month of hard work, he finally decided to take a day off. With a bowl of popcorn in his hand, he relaxed on his sofa to watch his favourite movie, “Total Recall”. But something unusual caught his eye.
To the left, a dark figure stood holding what looked like a long stick in its hand.
To Larry’s despair, it wasn’t a stick, but a long barrel shot gun pointed straight at him.
The next thing he heard was a loud noise; and to his horror, he felt his skull crack open and a sharp pain in the front of his brain.
In two short months, lots of cash was sucked out of his bank account. Debts and surgery expenses had to be paid.
After 6 months, Larry came out of his comma to a bank account with only 3 figures. Worst of all, a vital part of his brain was damaged.
Larry could no longer read nor write! He was forcefully retired from freelance writing.
And he was broke!
If he could turn back the hands of time, there’s only one thing Larry could have done to ensure he always had some cash in his account, regardless of what he did or where he was. Unfortunately, many freelance writers, both the successful and struggling, haven’t done this one thing.