A lot of people look at me and either exclaim, "Wow, you do everything!" or ask, "Is there anything that you don't do?" I used to just chuckle at that, but now it has gotten to a point where it gets under my skin. I feel as though people are mocking me, teasing me, thinking things about me that just aren't true. Yes, there are things that I don't do: I don't deal blackjack professionally. I don't deal with spiders. I don't excel at science, and am dreading it when my kids start getting into the touch stuff. I don't camp. I don't do balloons. So, yeah, there are a lot of things that I don't do.
Just because I do more to earn money than the average person doesn't mean anything except that I don't want a J-O-B. I will do anything to avoid working for anyone else. I don't like authority. I don't like people telling me what to do. I don't want to make money for anyone else. I know this about myself. I'm a better person because I know this about
So, why judge me?
I own travel agency, Candy Cain Travel. I started my travel agency back in 2006, when I was going throughWedding Lane With Candy Cain. It just so happened that my destination wedding business became a subject of a reality show, which was never picked up. I became known for destination weddings. Right now, I only have one destination wedding on the books for next year and NONE for this year. I keep the travel agency because I like the perks I get, and I also have a lot of repeat and referred clients. I'm not going to turn business away.fertility treatments so that I could stay home. I specialized in destination weddings, which is why I created
I own Cain Casting & Talent Management, a talent management company based on Long Island. I love the entertainment industry-- I've been involved in it my entire life. I rarely get in front of the camera any more-- Although I do have an audition tomorrow to play in a Tina Fey and Amy Poehler film. I'm able to get other people involved in the entertainment industry and help kids save for college. It's so much fun for me. Yes, working in the entertainment industry is what I do for fun.
More importantly, my son is who asked me to get involved in the entertainment industry again. He asked me if I could get him on TV after seeing me on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle. That's how it all started. My kids love it. They were just on the TV show The Blacklist, and were terrific. They got a kick out of seeing themselves on television. If I'm able to give them the experience and help them save money for college, why shouldn't I do it? Think about what you would do if you were in my position-- If you had the connections and the knowledge that I have. Wouldn't you do exactly what I'm doing?
And, yes, I work from home for another company, which is what this entire blog is about. I help people do the same, and earn what they want to earn. If I put in more hours, I make more money. If I work less or no hours, I still get paid, thanks to residual income. I didn't work AT ALL last month, and I still received a check for $465 with them. And, no, I don't sell anything. There's actually a policy stating that we're not allowed to sell.
I'm happy. I love what I do-- EVERYTHING that I do. I experience success every day. I also experience failure, but I pick myself up and keep on going. Perhaps that is the difference between me and other people-- I don't quit. And, quite frankly, I'm not going to let people steal my joy. Maybe you can't relate to me because you're the type of person that chooses to live in a 9 to 5 job, and that's totally fine. I don't judge you.
So, why judge me?
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