Life Without Jobs

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How to Make Money the Easy Way


Posted By on Jan 4, 2013

You can make money from what you already know. You don’t have to spend tons of money to start a business. Your own skills are your best assets. Try a few things that you are good at as potential businesses. See which one brings more customers/clients to you and generates some cash for you. If you focus on what you do, have passion for what you do and let the world know about it, you can make money from almost anything.

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By Shafiq Jasar December 20, 2012 Ah, Life Without Jobs: How to Make Great Money from What You Already Know has finally come to life. I didn’t know how much I was dependent on technology until I tried to publish my eBook. The eBook cover design took much longer and a lot more thinking than I thought. At the end, my web designer friend, Tony Silveira, came to the rescue and designed it for me as the publishers wanted it. The formatting...

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More Americans Choose to Work for Themselves: 14 Millions and Growing By Shafiq Jasar December 16, 2012 The United States, just like Canada and the rest of the developed world, is increasingly leaning towards job-free style of working. Although some people might have turned to self-employment because of the economic downturn in the United States, a larger number of them are voluntarily choosing to be in charge of their own destiny....

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More Canadians want to be Job-Free By Shafiq Jasar December 10, 2012 Based on the Government of Canada statistics, in 2011, there were 2.67 million self-employed workers, representing around 15.4 percent of all employed workers in the Canadian economy. In the past 10 years the number of people working for themselves increased by 17 percent, while the overall labour force growth rate was at 15 percent. An interesting thing is that a...

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Life Without Jobs is finally coming together By Shafiq Jasar December 8, 2012 My eBook, Life Without Jobs: how to make great money from what you already know, was supposed to be available on the web a long time ago. Unfortunately, so many personal tasks took priority over everything else including the eBook. Finally, the cover was designed by a good friend of mine, Tony Silveira, who also created this website for me. The eBook itself...

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THE CREDIT GAME: PART 4


Posted By on May 25, 2012

THE CREDIT GAME: PART 4 By Shafiq Jasar CREDIT RATING AND CREDIT SCORES Your credit rating and credit scores show to financial institutions how good or bad your finances are. Based on these rating and scores they decide whether to give you credit or a loan. Credit Rating: The most common method used for rating credit is the R system. Credit bureaus use numbers from “0” to “9” in combination with an “R”. Here, “R” means revolving...

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THE CREDIT GAME: PART 3


Posted By on Apr 10, 2012

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR BAD CREDIT By Shafiq Jasar In real life, many things happen that are either of our own making or happening due to events beyond our control. People lose their jobs, make the wrong financial decisions and as a result, the financial burden is so heavy that it breaks their back. An individual may have ruined his or her credit due to various unfulfilled obligations: not paying the bills or loans on time. In general...

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THE CREDIT GAME: PART 2


Posted By on Apr 10, 2012

HOW TO AVOID/REDUCE DEADLY CREDIT HITS? By Shafiq Jasar You can save your credit rate from unnecessary damages through a smart strategy. Here are a few things you can do to protect your good standing with credit bureaus: Unless it is absolutely necessary, don’t allow any bank, credit union or another business to hit on your account. Unless it is absolutely necessary, don’t borrow money. Of course there are exceptions. One of these...

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THE CREDIT GAME: PART 1


Posted By on Apr 10, 2012

HOW IT CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR LIFE By Shafiq Jasar Everyone needs to understand the Credit Game. Before the massive information control even existed, financial institutions had wide net over our lives: how much money we made, how much we spent, how we spent it and so on. Banks, through their credit card and other system, were aware of what we were buying and where. They knew our shopping patterns and purchasing preferences. Based on...

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Some time ago, I read a book called “The Power of Five” written by two Americans, Harold H. Bloomfield, MD and Dr. Robert K. Cooper, PhD, and published by Rodale Books. In this book, the authors explain how you can benefit from a five minute break now and then during the day. You can break down the daily half an hour recommended exercise to five minute segments and still benefit from it. There are many useful ideas in this...

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