Corey R Jackson "CaliCore3"

Teacher, Travel, and Seeker in San Diego, California

Corey R Jackson "CaliCore3"

Teacher, Travel, and Seeker in San Diego, California

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Hey, Thanks for stopping by !

My name is Corey R Jackson, and if your looking for honest information about making serious money from the comfort of your own home, then you've come to the right place.

I've created this site for the purpose of connecting with other like minded people by allowing them to get to know me a little better, and to have a place for me to share my thoughts and insights that most people never learn about making money online.

The internet has done an amazing job of bring people together; but one of the regrets I have is that I am not able to sit down with you face to face and get to know you right at this moment.

So, for now, this website is my good faith effort for towards earning your trust and hopefully building a relationship with you.

It is the opportunity to reach out and help as many people as I can that really drives me.

The way I've laid things out is I'm going to first give you a little background info on myself and who I am (and, how I can help you), and then I'll share with you what I am doing to generate additional income from the comfort of my home.

Sound fair ?

First, there's no magic to what I do or what I've accomplished.

Anyone can do it. Including you.

I just keep an open mind and try lot's of things. Some work. Some don't.

People that know me know I am an easy-going, down-to-earth, creative type of guy who's fascinated with people, entrepreneurship, marketing, investing & the great unknown.

I have no special techie skills and I am far from being a computer geek.

I know it seems like everyone you read about online has some sob rags to riches type of story, but my story's a little different.

I wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth, and I didn't one day just stumble into a goldmine opportunity that started flooding my bank account with millions overnight. Not even close . . .

I come from an average, working class family. Things definitely weren't always easy for me or my 2 younger siblings.

As a kid, I was shy and introverted when it came to social situations.

I made friends easily, but experienced many moments of frustration.

The reason I share this with you is because I used to think it was a curse; but, I now see it as part of my own personal journey of self growth.

And, even though I'm still an introvert by nature, I've been able to break free from my self imposed prison of shyness.

Professionally, I'm a visiting teacher and guide at a local State Park, and got involved in the home based business world in 2000

  • Work
    • Student of Life
  • Education
    • San Diego State University