Hi! I’m Luc. I am the creator & editor of WAHJ, entrepreneur, blogger, IT professional and life enthusiast.
My Brief Story
My history begins in my sophomore year of high-school, back in 2007, when I landed my first job as a waiter. During my years in high-school and college I landed several other jobs including service representative, warehouse worker, and tradesman.
Fresh out of college I got my first job as a web developer. It wasn't much. I was settling for a menial desk job that offered not quite enough satisfaction, just a paycheck – no security, no benefits. The next employer proved to be more than this – nice paycheck, healthcare insurance, paid leave but the work schedule and physically demanding work left me under the impression that no matter how well I perform my job, it will never be enough. Water under the bridge, and let's continue further with the next employer, and the next employer, and the next, and so on.
Given my employment history, I can consider myself a job hopper. Personally, sticking with one employer, was never viable option for me. Of course, staying for several years on a job can be a very positive thing – one can gain seniority and leadership opportunities and have more say in the company. I tried that. I worked for multinational companies and there's nothing to brag about. Would you be happy in an environment where you are just one of the thousands of people, just as easily replaceable as a light bulb? Would you be happy being constantly picked off by difficult bosses? Let’s not forget the endless ‘political’ debates, the power for supremacy, the small grudges, the intense pressure of deadlines, the annoying clients…
To enjoy a happier, healthier, and more prosperous life I need to take matters into my own hands and be my own boss. I am always in search for better opportunities: a higher paycheck, more benefits, more free time, a better quality of life and being self-employed is one of the best decisions I ever made. I decide when and where I work from, no annoying bosses, no one to answer to but yourself.
I remember, back in high-school, I felt the urge to make some money and exercise my brain. Back then, I was putting in long hours sifting through various PTC websites, HYIP programs, online surveys, and other different online money-making schemes, most of them proved to be scams. I felt defeated, but kept on going. I continued with my research, but it was a real challenge – there seemed to be far more unreliable opportunities than decent, legit. I made it my mission right then to change things.
Why Started WAHJ?
I started this site because I would like to share from my experience and valuable life skills to those who are interested, because I truly think that making a living online isn’t difficult. In fact, anyone with a computer and Internet connection can start. That’s the beauty of working at home.
As for me, I truly enjoy the financial independence and freedom of being self-employed and being able to manage your own finances. I also love the fact that I can do this from anywhere, and not be tied down to any one location. Honestly, I’ve never been good at taking orders, so I appreciate that I don’t have a boss whom I have to placate. Now, I do things on my own schedule, not someone else’s.
You too can do the very same thing working in the comfort of your own home!
How Can WAHJ Help Me?
The demand for dependable home-based workforce is higher than ever. This industry has been surging for freelance jobs, for people to write content, take photos, process orders, tutor, shop, run company blogs. This type of work is still new, and many people don’t event know about these jobs or how to find them even if they do.
Here you have access to a database of real companies looking to hire individuals willing to work at home and a plethora of information on home-based business ideas, career tips, essential skills for work at home success, and a variety of other topics to help you succeed. And the best thing, IT'S FREE!
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To your success,