The Project Payday blog will chronicle the exploration of the options, attempts, and simultaneous pursuit of work that provides financial abundance and fulfillment.
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Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
Project Payday is the name of a new blog chronicling the journey of a multiple-time fired worker, who's still optimistically in search for work he loves, like many are worldwide.
He's disgruntled with the boss-slave mentality dominant in capitalist society that creates a lemming approach of feeling forced to do whatever one is told no matter whether that means the death of their career or not, because talking back is unacceptable and a paycheck is needed to pay the bills.
He knows many, many people who can relate to this and are fed up with the existing capitalist slavery system.
Being from California and an alumni of UC Berkeley, rather than capitalism's typical short-sighted chase for money, paying employees just enough to get by, and disregarding personal growth, he's optimistic about change for the better and ushering in Conscious Capitalism, a harmonious blend of a pursuit of profits and purpose, which promotes personal growth, sustainable corporate growth and holistic values.
As foo-foo and hippy as this may sound, it's clear that our economy needs to evolve in that direction to survive, as the best and often under-appreciated employees leave to start their own companies, and our economic resources are perishing close to their demise and bringing the entire economic system down with them.
The Project Payday blog takes a personal perspective on a challenge that many are facing during this prolonged worldwide recession affecting many countries. The challenge being the fight for financial survival, during a time when consumer and Government debt levels are very high, and personal inner yearning has never been stronger to find enjoyable, stimulating and fulfilling work that truly makes a difference in a world that sorely needs change for the better.
People are often saying that they hate their job, have desires of doing more creative and ambitious ventures, yet feel stuck and unable to do so. Breaking free from the financial grip the economy has on the majority of the population is a goal many seek and attempt to break out of, yet few succeed. The Project Payday blog will chronicle the exploration of the options, attempts, and simultaneous pursuit of work that provides financial abundance and fulfillment.
About the Project Payday blog:
The Project Payday blog was started in response to personal and anecdotal experiences of others. Voices echoed persistent misery in the job market and personal desires to find financially rewarding and personally enjoying work, along with more freedom of expression and time off to enjoy life. While many may scoff at the idea of finding a combination of them all, since sacrifice is a treasured trait, people everywhere hold the optimism that it's possible and continue to pursue it. The blog chronicles that journey to connect with readers everywhere.