I completed Job 26 late Thursday evening. Darren and I had a 4 hour phone meeting where we discussed "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", his professional goals and strategies, and completed some of the business letters he had been putting off. Everyone hates the minor details, I have concluded. If it's easy, it's so much harder to do... isn't that true?
That is why my apartment is mostly a crumpled changing room. Don't judge: my clothes look better on the floor. ;) lol.
Darren requested that I write out a list of tasks I accomplished for him:
- Sent a package for him via Express Post
- Read "Rich Dad, Poor Dad"
- Printed out "Design Your Best Year Ever" and completed the first four exercises.
- Helped Darren fill out the 4th exercise. Defined that his professional life is the focus for 2010.
- Registered Darren for a Tumblr blog: Crackingthecode. Encouraged him to start his blog about cracking the code to financial independence and limitless wealth: his passion.
- Refined the list of his tasks to accomplish to three key items
- Completed two business letters
- Started a list of Darren's next revenue generating projects
- Set the goals of Darren generating an additional $200/month in passive income for the next two months, $2000 per month in the next six months up to $8000+ per months for the final 6 months for a total of $100 000 additional revenue by December 31, 2010.
He has some very good ideas and I wish him the very best on achieving his goal. If he does, we are going out for dinner at Queue de Cheval.(Interesting marketing campaign for Queue: I think I am what they term a number one Q client: a bon vivant.) Yes, I just invited myself out, Darren. :D
IN OTHER JOBS:
My darling friend Sholom wrote me this about the cavalcade of sexual offers I get for One Hundred Jobs:
"Your 100 jobs campaign is so genius in that you are exposed to some of the quirks of male desire."
I agree. I think it's also genius for other reasons, like finding ways to increase my financial independence and authenticity, but up until now the sexual aspect of One Hundred Jobs has been unarguably intriguing.
Another cute message from the Spanker, George (edited for anonymity):
You don't need my picture! I am the guy in that video.
Just kidding, of course. But I bet you'd let him spank you.
I agree with you about the Stephen Frew painting. That turned out to be a pretty good gig all-around, it seems.
Alas, one picture of my bare face does not equal one pic of your not-bare bum, so I respectfully decline to send you my photo.
My job offer remains sincere. I had envisioned meeting you halfway, in or near Albany (and paying your travel expenses, of course).
Take care, and please watch out for the squished-bug fetishists.
Not a pretty boy, but a pretty average boy with decent grammar,
Sigh. Even if George seems like a reasonable enough disciplinarian, I just can't compromise my non-sexual employment clause. The furthest I am willing to go is burlesque or art modeling.
He's right though: the guy in that video can bend me over and...
make me design his website anytime.
Enjoy your Saturday, my quirks of [fe]male desire,