In Part One, I took a look at the economic policies of Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley.
I broke their ideas into the categories of wages, banking policies and taxes.
I also noted other policies relevant to entrepreneurs, small businesses and related freelance types.
Now, on to the third and final candidate, one Hillary Rodham Clinton. Click Here to Read Article …
Life is pretty good here in Canada. Things are generally pretty quiet, so much so that a lottery jackpot going unclaimed for three weeks in a row is newsworthy. Very newsworthy.
LottoMax is a weekly lottery where you pick seven numbers, from 1 to 49, for your chance to win. The pot starts at $10 million, and once it hits $50 million it goes into super-fancy “maxmillions” mode, with additional $1 million draws on top of the main jackpot. The other night there was one draw for the $50 million prize, and an additional 45 – $1 million draws. No one won the $50 million.
The odds of winning are 1 in 28 million, but considering that there are only 33 million people in Canada – it’s surprising that it hasn’t been won yet, but not that surprising that it’s featured prominently in the news.
So what does this have to do with WorkAwesome? I’m sure I’m not the only one to play the “what if?” game:
“What would I do if I won the big jackpot?”
How much would you need to win in order to quit your job? Or would you keep working where you are if you had an extra $50 million in the bank? Would you move on to something else altogether – something you truly love?
What would you do if you won the big jackpot? Click Here to Read Article …