Hi, I’m Kaya, a 24 year old guy living in the residential suburbs of London, UK.
I’ve spent the last few years as a business software journalist, and I now run my own content marketing agency.
But let’s rewind to 2012, when after much deliberation, I decided to leave the security of my full-time job for the world of freelance blogging.
From a very young age, I always liked the idea of working for myself. Being as self-sufficient as humanly possible was one of my life goals.
Yet, despite that dream, I fell into the modern social trap that is University, before spending a little under two years in an office job.
Both of these experiences were gruelling, yet necessary. Without them, I would have never acquired the mindset to build the type of life I wanted to live.
You can learn more about my pre-freelance blogging journey by checking these posts out:
- Why Leaving University Was the Best Thing I Ever Did
- Productivity vs Procrastination: Why You Literally Aren’t Doing Enough
- How to Deal With Negativity From Friends, Family and Even Yourself
- Online Assets & Income: Why You Should Work Less and Build More
About Employ the Internet
I get a chill whenever I look back on my days studying at university or commuting to my office job.
For years, I wrestled with the concept of living and earning in a way which did not conform to the norms of society, simply because those norms didn’t sound logical to me.
I didn’t want to spend my time advancing somebody else’s business at the expense of my own. I felt that my own time was more important.
After much research and preparation, I jumped into the deep end by starting up as a freelance blogger. Since then, I’ve discovered that freeing yourself from the shackles of traditional employment and borderline-useless higher education can be done.
Writing is how I chose to employing the internet (and there are indeed other ways of doing it), so I launched Employ The Internet in order to show people how to do the same.
This is not a get rich quick scheme. In fact, for many, it’s not even a get rich slow scheme. Rather, it’s a change the way you work, think, and live scheme.
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