It started with a growing feeling of uncertainty about what I was doing. I was working at a startup as the head of content marketing, but my heart was no longer in the job. I had joined the company in January, and we’d got some exciting results in a short time from our efforts in content marketing (starting from May). There was plenty more to be accomplished, but there was a solid digital marketing team in place now. Honestly, I was losing interest in the work so I decided to pull the trigger and resigned. I felt that work done without passion or forcefully yields no output. I got positive results from listening to my heart, even if pushed me in directions that seemed illogical. I believed in myself and I did it. I did not have a lot of money in my bank account, because whatever I earned was spent on my household expenses. As for savings, all mine had been invested into the stock market. I thought I’d sell a portion of my stocks to get the sufficient amount of money required to run my house till December. I also prepared a rough financial plan, to keep things going on till the year end, while I planned to put some efforts working on Cash Overflow (which I started as a hobby last year). I never tried to monetize Cash Overflow traffic so I was not sure how much income could be possible from a mere 30,000 visitors per…more detail
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