Who is Scott Sery; Teaching You to Live a Life of Freedom
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When you’re searching for a way to make more money, you want to know, “Can I trust this person?”
I get it, I’ve been there.
So, I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself. As the founder of No to Grow, I feel I have a great opportunity to share with the world, how everyone can make more money, live a life of freedom, and never have to check in with a boss again!
A little bit about me.
I’m a writer. I specialize in copywriting for businesses, but I also love to do a bit of work that can be a little more creative. I’ve done magazine articles, blogs, I’m working on writing a biography, and a whole lot more. The best part is, I work from my home office, I set my own hours, and I haven’t had to report to a boss in a long time.
But things weren’t always this smooth for me (shoot, they’re still not always smooth!). I struggled through a series of low paying jobs where I’d clock in, put in my time, and collect my paycheck. I was uninspired, bored, and really didn’t want to be there but I had to be there because I had to get that bread (are the kids still saying “get that bread”?).
As I trudged along in my go-nowhere career, I bumped into an acquaintance that was running a local magazine. He asked if I would write an article for the mag about sunflowers. I had been studying sunflowers, and realized that growing them was easy and great for the environment. So I said I would. I was shocked when I actually got paid for it! I thought I was doing him a favor, but really he was hiring me.
So that started things clicking. I searched out some more of these jobs, and started making money from home to supplement my meager pay from the job that was… let’s call it lackluster.
I picked up a couple more clients, I wrote blogs, and I made a few hundred extra dollars every month. It was enough to basically pay for a new-to-us car that we needed.
At the end of 2012, when my son was born, I made the hard decision to quit my job and stay home. I could take care of a baby all day long, and work during nap times, nights, and weekends. When I say “hard” decision, the hardest part was doing the math and realizing that my miniscule pay would all but be eaten up by daycare costs.
Today, I work from home and make far more than I ever did at a “job.” I don’t have to work 40 hours per week, I don’t have to check in with a boss, and I get the freedom to do what I want, when I want it, and live life on my own terms.
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