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Become a Modern Artist - The Greatest and Easiest Job on Earth - cover

Become a Modern Artist - The Greatest and Easiest Job on Earth

Thejendra Sreenivas

Publisher: Seven Sages Consultancy

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‘Ladies and Gentlemen! Are you interested in the world’s greatest and easiest job? Do you want a profession that is too good to be true? A career so unique that it prescribes no educational qualifications, age limitations, tough trainings, work timings, or mental and physical qualifications for the candidate. Secondly, no other profession on this planet has the freedom, flexibility, liberty, elasticity, autonomy, uniqueness, independence, excitement, thrill, adventure, ecstasy, and variety that this unbelievable job offers. Thirdly, there are no interviews required and the pay check can exceed a million dollars or more. Forget the dull jobs that require you to slog 24x7 with eternal headaches like bad bosses, bad colleagues, office politics, recession, downsizing, outsourcing, etc, etc. And there is absolutely no catch. Sounds interesting?’
 
‘I think you are just kidding.’
 
‘No, I am not. Honest, such a job does really exist!’
 
‘All right, tell me what it that job.’
 
‘Simple, just become a Modern Artist and start earning millions.’
 
‘That sounds crazy! Anyway, how do I become a modern artist?’
 
‘Good, I thought you would never ask that question. Now let me enlighten you on how to become a modern artist, and what great art is all about. Just sit on this artistic stone chair and listen carefully. And watch out for those sharp nails on the cushion.’

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