How To Get Paid For Doing ZERO Work

Posted on 18. Apr, 2007 by in Business Advice

Today I am going to tell you how millions of people are being paid 6 and 7 figure sums for doing ZERO work.

Do you feel that life is tough, hard work and unfair? Have you ever wanted to live a life of luxury and stress free bliss?

If you answered yes to any of the above then this will be the most important story you ever hear. If you answered no, then you are clearly insane.

So what I need you to do is sit back, grab a fine red wine, and listen to this little story.

A crow was sitting on a tree, doing nothing all day. A rabbit asked him, ”Can I also sit like you and do nothing all day long?” The crow answered: “Sure, why not.” So, the rabbit sat on the ground below the crow, and rested.

A fox jumped on the rabbit and ate it.

Moral of the story: To be sitting and doing nothing, you must be sitting very high up.

Often you will hear that the higher your position in a company the LESS work you will need to do…. well ladies and gentlemen…..

* IT IS TRUE! *

So if you want to get paid a fortune for sitting on your ass all day (who doesn’t?), then you are going to need to work incredibily hard while you are young.

If you can get into a high position of power by the time you are 30, then you can sit on your ass for 20 years and do no work, then you can spend the rest of your life living in an exotic place with a beachfront villa and a hot busty young blonde.

* Sounds like paradise *

So get working hard today, and you too could live this life of luxury.

Dean

lazy life

4 Responses to “How To Get Paid For Doing ZERO Work”

  1. Tania Collins

    31. May, 2007

    What do i have to do to to sign up and get paid for doing nothing?

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  2. Tania Collins

    31. May, 2007

    I do not have a website

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  3. DeanHunt

    31. May, 2007

    Tania,

    If you read the thread you will get answers to your questions.

    Bear in mind that this is just an ideal principle.

    Dean

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  4. dom

    06. Jul, 2007

    this isn’t necessarily true, I work as an intern in construction management and the higher you are, the more work you do

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