I have been spending a lot of time trying to figure out what I should do for a living and it occurred to me that scrap metal may be the best way for me to go. Not that I would expect a great living off it immediately but it would be a lot faster than many home based jobs and little overhead. Of course there may be other things I can do. Given the choice of working for an employer that may decide in this downturning economy that I am just not good enough because I won't just work for free all the time or working for myself, I think the working for myself option is the better one. I realise that there are big risks but at least can say I did it and lived my dream (of owning a business) even if it never got far off the ground. Coupled with say a part time job in the beginning I think it would be perfect. Then if it all went to heck in a hand basket I would still have the part time job. Chances are if it survived long enough to warrant dropping said part time job then it would likely survive as long as I wanted it to. Still there are others I will need to convicnce but I do not think it will be hard if I do it properly. Anyway if nothing else, I have something to be optimistic about. It has been a long time.
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