life is too short not to have an “evil plan”

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For better or worse, I believe the following:

It has never been easier to make a great living, doing what you love.

But to make it happen, first you need an “EVIL PLAN”.

But how does one go about finding and executing their own EVIL PLAN? And besides, why should any one want to?

I’ll tell you why:

Like the old Scottish proverb says, “Be happy while you’re living, for you’re a long time dead.”

Life is too short not to have an EVIL PLAN. Life is too short not to do something that matters. Life is too short to sleepwalk through it, hoping, dreaming, but never quite waking up. Life is too short not to become the person you were born to be.

[Backs­tory: About Hugh. E-mail Hugh. Twit­ter. News­let­ter. Book. Inter­view One. Inter­view Two. EVIL PLANS. Limi­ted Edi­tion Prints. Pri­vate Com­mis­sions. Cube Gre­na­des.]

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