There comes a time in every mogul’s life when they realize that they’ve made it.
It’s the moment when things start to change. When the finer things in life become the average, every day things, and when price tags become less of a barrier and more of a formality.
For some, reaching this milestone is not only a point of pride, but a reason to look back. To reach out and share what they’ve learned with others on a similar path. After all, they know what that path was like, how long and winding. And now that they are in the place their mentors once stood, they want to take on that role. They want to be the one reaching their hand out to help, both literally, and via shareable quotes on Instagram.
And so friends, that’s why I’m here today.
Because I, unbelievably, once stood exactly where you are.
One day not so long ago (as in two weeks ago), I too was looking every which way, wondering how I could move up, move forward, do more, be more, be worth more.
But then, with some steadfast research (and a small fee) I upgraded my blogging account, okayed the additions of advertisements at the bottom of each of my posts, and just like that, I was on the road to wealth.
I knew it could take time, but I didn’t anticipate dinero knocking at my door so soon.
Oh, but it did.
Yes friends, as of yesterday, I have officially earned my first dollar.
What once was dust and a dream, is now one hundredth of one hundred dollars.
So be not discouraged, young Padawans, for I was once just like you, and now look at me—not directly, though, I’ve heard the reflection off diamonds and gold can be quite harsh on the eyes.
While I seem to have dove headfirst into glitz and glamour, I swear to you, friends, family, fans, admirers, mentees, etc., I won’t let wealth and fame change me. I will always remember where I came from. And I will always remember who scrolled to the bottom of each post to see the ads they had no interest in clicking on, thus earning me a fraction of a fraction of a penny.
Thank you for your scrolling.
Thank you for reading.
And thank you for this lush life I now get to call my own.
They say you shouldn’t spend all of your money in one place, but I’ve worked long and hard to get here, and I’ve got my eye on a pack of gum. So what the hell?
Reminds me of my parents keeping the first dollar with businesses they started. This was in the 1960s where you were more likely to get paid with cash. Today, it’s mostly direct deposit or check.
That’s exactly what I thought of while I was writing this. I always love walking into a business that kept their first dollar!
When I make my first dollar after I upgrade to a paid business account in 3 years, hopefully sooner, I will do the same.
OMG! This is good news :))))))
I may, or may not have scrolled down on a half a dozen past posts! You should know that “top doctors can tell you how to empty your bowels every morning”!!!!
Lol! Thank you! 🙂 ❤