Paying people


Friday June 14, 2024


One worker had to borrow $60 to pay for internet so he could cold call.

Yesterday his friend called him saying he needed the money to pay for his Internet.

I paid him on PayPal for his time, but his bank closed his account. So he needs to pick up cash.

Then another worker needed to pick up his $40. He’s trying to work two jobs at once.

How am I involved with these guys? They get fired at any time. No benefits. Constantly applying to work for whoever the Internet will hire. They do a few months and then they’re back and unemployed again. Sometimes for months.

I respect them.

I found two guys who can help me with local SEO. I spent hours trying to set up different payment systems. I did some Kixie set up.

Tomorrow I’m going to build two proposals. I’m overdue. And I need to finish something for


Bryan lives somewhere at the intersection of faith, fatherhood, and futurism and writes about tech, books, Christianity, gratitude, and whatever’s on his mind. If you liked reading, perhaps you’ll also like subscribing: