C'mon over you business man

Andre Sanchos (@dekooo) 7 years, 7 months ago

For teen people, those who are feeling like they’re gonna be a machine of moneymaking but doesn’t know where or how to start, where should I start for the most possibly worry-less life when talking about income $. ‘Cause we see so many people so slaved by working! and sorry for the bad brazilian english, thank god i learnt a little english in this country and found sites like these

June 24, 2014 at 3:40 pm
Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

Worry-less is a signature trait of the mind-numbing, poorly paid crap jobs.
That’s why everyone does it, it doesn’t require any real thinking and there’s plenty of safety nets. Everyone does it, and everyone has what it takes to do it, so everyone involved is disposable and therefore won’t be payed much.

You gotta choose in life. The easy way, or the worthwhile way.
The easy way is always disappointing and limiting.

If you want an above-average financial situation, you gotta use your brain and be prepared to worry and take risks.
Nothing worthwhile ever came easily to anyone. When things get easy, the outcome loses its value because practically everyone already has it. Things that aren’t as easy scare the idiots away, so there’s plenty of unclaimed treasure up for grabs and very little competition.

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JustAKid (13) (@tban126) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

Fantastic answer, just want to add some thoughts if you’d like to read!

I’m only 18 and I’ll be going to college soon and I have the same concerns. I have a part-time job making pizza. I enjoyed the job at first because I felt I had to prove myself, but then soon it felt as if it was the same old thing every single shift and I started to not like it. Soon, I realized that it is actually quite fun socializing with my co-workers and customers and being on summer break, I’m excited to go because it’s something to do!

There are a lot of people out there for you to meet. I suggest talking to everyone you can!

I’ve noticed that the money will come as long as you love what you do! Put the money second to having fun! I don’t believe money brings happiness, but I’m pretty sure happiness brings money! ;)

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Andre Sanchos (3) (@dekooo) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

yeah man like this !
i’m a 18 year old too, i do work sometimes ’cause my work doesn’t have a right day to go.. but moneymaking it’s like a goal for me, in here where I grew, there are so much non believer in my potential and actually almost no one else. But yeah, money second, I’d planning make he come to me automatically

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who (557) (@season) 7 years, 6 months ago ago

People are gonna bring you down pretty much everywhere, that’s what they mean by globalization. Just. Keep. Going.

Find your fire and feed that shit :)

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Andre Sanchos (3) (@dekooo) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

wow haven’t seen this before

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Andre Sanchos (3) (@dekooo) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

yea dud i know, like that Time to talk bout jobs videos. but you interpreted wrong i think

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DrWWAD (7) (@amytelka) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

If I could give you one piece of advice it would be to not jump into any job just for the money. I graduated from university last year and took one of the first big corporate jobs I could find (a business major). It was interesting for the first 6 months while I learned everything new, but now I am all settled in and bored to tears.

I plan to leave this company soon and travel for a while until I can find a job that I truly enjoy. My goal is to wake up and want to do what I am doing each day – not just work all week to make it to the weekend then rinse and repeat.

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Andre Sanchos (3) (@dekooo) 7 years, 6 months ago ago

yeah I often think about avoiding this kind of situation, kinda chained to jobs. thx !

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who (557) (@season) 7 years, 6 months ago ago

A guy in Boston told me “The most important education is the one that sets you free.”

Stay independent, and know that if you have an internet connection you can run an internet business. Use what you have and don’t ask for anything you don’t need. Much love.

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Andre Sanchos (3) (@dekooo) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

well said, thank you

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Anonymous (328) (@) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

Great quote for starting the school year.

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Ray (4) (@brainofmorbius) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

Start by focusing on what you love. Find whatever you would do for free just because you have so much fun doing it, and improve yourself at it to the point that people will pay you to do it.

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