Read Reviews

Outback Kamping Inc.
17 Roosevelt Hwy
Carbondale, PA 18407-1430

Review for: Outback Kamping Inc.
Customer Service: 
Erica:I've done all of the things you debircse as gaming the system . Took me six years to get back on my feet and for most of that time, no, I did not have a job, and I lived at home. Luckily the people who believed in me outnumbered the people like you, and I was able to get back to where I needed to be.Tim:Yes. I think James can turn things around. I'm curious .did James, in fact, have a job at the time you interviewed him? I just know that some of the comments here have dealt with the idea that he was some unemployed bum mooching off of his mother, and it just occurred to me that none of us even know whether he had a job or not. To get back to the point: yes, I do think James can turn things around. But I think that I might define turning things around a little differently than some people on this thread; unlike Jamie, Tim, and Darren with their fund , I don't think that money is the problem here. Yes, I suppose having money might fix *some* things, but well, frankly, if James' story teaches us anything, it's that money isn't the most important thing in the world. In short having money does not make you happy, or successful. Turning things around, for me, means being happy with your own life, regardless of what others may think. It means finding something in life that you love to do; when you find something like that, it doesn't matter how much money you make. I think that the upshot of this story is that when you're doing a job you don't really enjoy, money is the *least* important issue. Happiness is what it all comes down to. Happiness and knowing that what you're doing is fulfilling for *you*. I sincerely hope that James is able to find his own happiness, no matter what that may be.

Review by: Muktar
Reviewed on: December 19,2015

Overall Score: 

<<Prev Page Displaying 1-1 of 1 Next Page>>


[email protected]