I no longer work for Leapforce

I no longer work for Leapforce.

I knew it was coming.

I was actually in a sink or swim mode.

And, unfortunately, I sank.

So, when I received the email that Leapforce would be not be renewing my contract, I was disappointed but not surprised.

And, frankly, I was a bit relieved.

Dreams don't work unless you do.

Because of the steady paycheck, I had gotten comfortable with my income and started neglecting my true vocation, blogging.

I have only been back to blogging regularly for the past two months because I had a feeling that the ax was about to drop.

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And, truthfully, when I am on my blogging grind, I can actually make more money (especially on a niche blog) than the $2000/month cap that was Leapforce.

It was just that a steady salary was so convenient.

Plus, less hours…

Leapforce has a maximum of 40 hours a week while I easily spend 12 to 16 hours a day, 7 days a week designing, writing, and marketing my blogs.

I will admit to a wee bit of trepidation when I look at all the bills piling up daily but I know that blogging is my calling from God, it is what I enjoy doing so much that it gives me a sense of inner peace.

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And when I show up with God’s name on my lips, he has to show out because it becomes his reputation on the line.

So I’ll be more than ok, I’ll be prosperous.

Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established. Proverbs 16-3

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