Back in 2013 I was really going through some tough times I thought. I owed the IRS and I had about 40K in credit card debt. I took a pay cut at my job and I just couldn’t afford to pay everything. I read James Altucher’s book, ‘Choose Yourself’. He mentioned how he lost everything and basically said fuck it until he got back on his feet.

After finishing the book on July 4th 2013. I immediately emailed him for advice. He responded back within 15 minutes with the following advice. It was the best advice I ever received, even if I did get sued by several Credit Card companies.

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With COVID-19 outbreak throughout the world. Many companies are forcing there employees to work from home. Staying connected to your co-workers is essential. This is 2020 and most workplaces are setup for their employees to work from home. Staying connected is still something you have to focus on if working from home isn’t something you do all the time. Below are a couple of tips to help you with staying connected. [Read More…]


This is week 2 of my case study “Driving for Uber and Lyft in 2018″.  I worked more hours in week 2.  I was very strategic and it payed off.  I was logged into the driver apps for 25 hours during week 2.  Let’s get to the results.

For Uber I spent 20 hrs online.  I completed 38 trips and was paid $525.89.  This total also includes $48 dollars in tips I got through the app.  I’m very happy with the tips.  My goal is to get a $1.oo for every ride I complete. Keep on reading


This is week 1 of my case study “Driving for Uber and Lyft in 2018”. Since my last post there was a study released by MIT that Rideshare drivers on average only make $3.37 dollars per hour.  Well I don’t see that now and I haven’t seen it in the past.  Let’s get back to my Week 1 results.

For Uber I spent 9hrs online and completed 12 trips and was paid out $226.93.  This was short week.  I didn’t have much free time to drive. Keep on reading



This is the first day (2/11/18) I have drove for Uber and Lyft in awhile. I didn’t get a 1099 from either service last year(2017). That means I earned less that $600 on each platform in 2017.

New goal is the generate $4000 per month via the Rideshare platforms. This will be done by working 20-25 hrs per week.  Is Rideshare Driving worth the time.  Over the next 7 weeks we are going to find out.

First day back driving was a Sunday night. I was working between both Apps Uber and Lyft. I haven’t done this consistently in over 1 yr, so I decided to drive on Sunday night to get back into the swing of it.

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