May 07, 2018 1 min read

RyanTheAnvil, owner of Anvil Customs, encourages You to Do What You Love. If you're not in the career of your dreams, it's ok.....for now. But make sure you're giving daily thought to what you actually LOVE to do in life. Don't quit your day job, but you MUST begin to understand Life is Short......Do what you love. Once you understand what your passion is.....you'll begin to self-motivate that into money. It's simple: Find what you love to do, then figure out how to Monetize that.....what's not simple is the grind, the daily grind. It won't be easy, but its 100% possible to make a living doing what you love to do.

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I love you all, be good to each other. RTA

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