Written by Otaku Apologist

Are you a student or a working-class wage slave who hates his life and fears his future? You feel empty and nothing makes sense? Does it seem like the job market just doesn’t offer anything for your skillset, for your limitations? Maybe you have an illness that stops you from working most jobs, you’re depressed, shy, or somehow else not up to the standards.

Tune out mainstream media, they’re all liars. Tune out the politicians, they’re full of shit. Stop believing in all the vicious propaganda that makes you think there’s nothing you can do without a government license or accreditation from an established institution like a school.

Personally, I never finished schools. Fuck that shit. I currently run multiple successful businesses and make more money than my parents at the height of their careers. I’m not licensed by anybody. My accreditation is all in-field experience from hustling hentai for 6 years.

If you wanted to be a product reviewer like we are, for example, set aside a budget and buy some products from companies and write about them. Buy a camera if they’re physical products and take pictures. Then, you can contact the companies and show them what you wrote and ask if they’d wanna sponsor you or provide free samples for more reviews. Surprisingly often, they’ll give you stuff. Keep writing those reviews for a few years, until you have a ton of content, host them online in your own website, get an audience, BAM, you’re employed.

Working freelance gigs is one way to go about things. Affiliate marketing is another. Most affiliate marketing programs are easy to sign up for and don’t even require a website! You can make an entire side hustle out of buying ad space from various websites that sell it, and promote various companies’ wares on revenue share. Not saying that’s easy, you’ll have to be really fucking good at making banners and choosing landing pages, but I’ve done media buying and met people who do it for a living.

Nothing is as complicated about making money as the corrupt academics and mainstream media would make you believe. Being born into a poor family or being the wrong race or gender doesn’t stop you if you’re resourceful and determined. Just look around you, what do people need? Find out how to give it to them. Put a price on it. Get good at what you do and grow a reputation.

If you wanted to be a singer, how do you do that? You fucking sing. If you want to be an artist, just fucking draw. Do the core shit related to your thing instead of circling it and talking about it because you feel insecure about yourself. Make content and record your voice and post your stuff online, or send it to some companies. Practice your craft, read books, and talk to people to find some allies and get tips. It’s very simple once you’re in the groove. But none of this unscripted chaos will ever take place if you won’t take initiative.

Long before you want to go independent, you’ll wanna work for some companies. Personally, I did a lot of freelancing and guest blogging on popular hentai blogs, made friends and enemies. How does guest blogging work, you say? Talk to people who have popular blogs. You may wanna create some content first to showcase your talents, and spend some money to weasel your way in. Sponsor an art contest, that’s what I did. If you wanted to work for a famous artist for example, chat them up on their social media, or hang in their chatrooms, listen to them and get a feel for what their needs might be and try to strike a conversation.

There’s all kinds of skills you’ll need to get that nebulous success. You’ll pick them up as you go. Read books, read articles, attend seminars, talk to people. If you have a goal in mind, you’ll find every interaction and thing you do becomes a meaningful chapter in your story. Yes, you’ll find purpose and happiness from discovering what you’re meant to do in life by partaking on the journey to self-employment. If you don’t have a solid goal, then set a random goal and see how it’ll feel sticking around with that one!

All the resources to start your own business already exist. You’re just not oriented to look for that information! Switch your mindset and start looking. You’ll find there’s tons of shitty information, hordes of liars preying on the stupid and the weak. Who to listen to and who to avoid, you’ll figure it out in due time. Eventually you can spot the hustlers and focus your time listening to people who know their shit.

I could write a step-by-step guide, but I had none. I read a couple of books and just started blogging. I worked some sales jobs, sucked ass at sales, got kicked out, focused on my social medias, got the social medias banned. It was a wild few years!

In summary: If you want to create your own job, do it. If you have a dream, give it a try. Don’t give a shit about the prospect of failure, that’s how you learn fastest. That’s how learning fucking works. Take a risk and get fucked.