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My 333 Day Journey to Passive Income

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My 333 Day Journey to Passive Income

UPDATE- 4/1/2019: I came across this post and it is perhaps one of the best resource articles I have found on building a passive income. AMAZING ideas that you don’t see across most of the stuff out there.

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I have worked my entire marketing career working for and with others. Don’t get me wrong, it has been a beautiful, successful journey. However, this morning I woke up realizing that I want to largely divorce my time from my ability to earn money. I believe that quote is from the amazing Tim Ferris, the author of The Four Hour Work Week. Someone that I have followed over the years and admire greatly.

Years ago, I lived the 4 hour work week. Built a passive income and moved to Costa Rica. As I sit here today and write this blog post, it hit me. I’ve done it before, why in the world couldn’t I do this again?! I was able to sustain a passive income life until my shiny object syndrome kicked in and I started to take on projects again, completely forgetting what I set out to do and ended up moving back to California to…work.

My new blog will be about sharing my journey, along with tips and tricks on how to make it happen. I will share my monthly income results, things that worked and other approaches that did not. I will also share some of my side passions like animals, farm life and curating beautiful sanctuary spaces.

Join me on this journey, share yours as well. I’m all about collaboration.

Let’s do this.

333 days to go.

Goal- $250,000 in passive income within the next 333 days.

Enthusiastically,

Starr Hall (Egan)

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  1. […] at the beginning of the week I set out to write 5 blog posts to include education about my new passive income business that is about to launch, to organize the products, complete the brand story, imagery […]

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