I went for a wander this afternoon and traveled around the web. Here is where I ended up. Remember when we used to surf the web for fun?
Start here at homeworking.com
This site is for anyone wanting to work at home and anyone already working at home. You will find lots to get you started, help you find work at home and avoid scams.
I went first to the case studies because I like stories.
mmm.. not updated not a good sign. So I quickly click around. The home employment agency looks interesting. So I click there
Samantha is in her 30’s and lives with her partner and 3 children aged 6 and under.
Sam runs the Home Employment Agency and talks here about being self-employed and the part it has played in her life.
Don’t click on her site. It takes you to a place of pop ups. I begin to wonder about the value of this site. So I go to Yaro the Entrepreneur to share in his journey.
Lots of links here. I go to the young go getter. Thankfully there is a back button. Nothing wrong with the site it doesn’t interest me at all.
For any eager beavers if you are ready to join as a client of Rich Schefrenâ€™s coaching program you can do so here – StrategicProfits.com/coaching/
but they are full. back to the back button again.
Next link is to Simpleology:
Here’s What You’ll Learn in the FREE Simpleology 101:The one simple “brain hack” known by the world’s richest 1% that allows you to get 300% more done in the same amount of time. (This one is so obvious that you’ll be amazed the whole planet doesn’t know it. And yes, this is why it seems the more these jet-setters lounge around the pool, the more money they make. It’s disgusting.)
But as I go through the sign on process they want more and more information so I get out of here. I am out of time almost an hour later and really none the wiser.
I am generally a happy person so I wonder what this article says about me? Why Intelligent People Tend to be Unhappy
Western society is not set up to nurture intelligent children and adults, the way it dotes over athletes and sports figures, especially the outstanding ones. While we have the odd notable personality such as Albert Einstein, we also have many extremely intelligent people working in occupations that are considered among the lowliest, as may be attested by a review of the membership lists of Mensa (the club for the top two percent on intelligence scales).
Finally I found something that interested me.