Are you SUCCESSFUL!
Are you SUCCESSFUL!
No, are you!
im a living success story. all you need is kneepads
Im not exactly successful, but im not failing.
chess board is positioned wrong
Take my upvote
According to earl nightingale, I am not.
But according to myself, I am
Nah. Well I'm not sucessful yet but I'm also 23. Been working/going to uni so I can graduate with no student debt. SHould graduate 10k in the black. Should be legit.
Well I had a job in engineering for two years, had a promotion after the first year with a salary of around 90k if you include bonus and healthcare, then I quit and I'm in law school now. No spectacular grades, but I'm set up with the university to do IP research and have a job lined up for the summer before my final year starts doing similar stuff. Should have a strong legal resume as far as fresh attorneys go.
I also have no debt for school and won't have student loans after graduating. Own my car, have no credit card debt, but I'm only renting at the moment because there's so few houses in this college town that I can buy and simultaneously rent due to a local ordinance about updating according to fire code... So no home equity building right now. Although I have 56k in investments that I'm going to liquidate a portion of to pay for school, should have ~30k left over at graduation.
Good or bad, Veeky Forums? Criticism welcome.
I make $1200 - $1500 a week on a porn forum. I guess that's successful.
Play it smart: keep doing what you're doing, don't fall for the easy money meme.
Fuck off to Le plebbit
I had thought I would feel like a success once I had a million dollars. That benchmark passed, and I still feel empty.
Maybe 5 million, or buying a huge chunk of land and building a nice vacation home will fill this void.
I'm at a point where I have more money then I know how to spend.
I think I want a motorbike? I'm running cost analysis and I save money by buying an ~$7500 motorbike.
I've got a job at 24 making more money than any of my friends will probably ever make unless they truly get their shit together, more than my father makes or will make before he eventually retires, and after two months I will have paid off the last of my small student loan and paid off my car.
From here it's saving for the future and maintaining this job and I should own a house if I want it by the time I'm 30 if I'm very lax with my savings. I will need to start building credit so I guess I need to decide on something to get a loan for and start paying that off as well. I feel like I've made it honestly, it feels good.
Or you guys can start creating and affecting the world. Be it in a superficial manner(artistic entertainment) or in a serious manner such as new biological, technological advancements, new streets or social stuff(giving money to needy intellectuals and teaching them how to make money) Albert Einstein wouldn't have realized all his projects if it wasn't for his rich business father which supported him.
On top of making 35k/yr from work, I make another 30k/yr from spamming with cpagrip and another 5k/yr by funneling most of my cpagrip cash into robinhood and smart investing. I'm hoping that soon I can get good enough to quit my job and just shill cpagrip all day.
How do I turn my spare money into MORE MONEY? Forex? Stocks?
U want credit i help u user.
I paid a lot of money for this and ubseem to have your head on straight.
Sign up for credit karma.
get half a dozen credit cards with 0%apr introductory rate
Use 1 or 2 at a time to just under 30% of the max
first bill comes pay minimum
2nd bill on that card pay off
450 credit score to over 700 and climbing. And saves thousands on interest.
That seems like a terrible idea.
24 hr fitness?
Please explain wtf it is that you do
Oh fuck off
robinhood and smart investing
I'm afraid both of these can't be true.
Affiliate marketing mostly. But a about 25k or so a year from memberships.
Why would they purposely make it so that it was 10 pawns? Like they drew the chess board correctly except for it being positioned wrong. It has 8, so why wouldn't they make 8 pawns? They obviously did it on purpose.
Its only terrible if you cant commit to babysitting your finances. My cars max like 1 or 2 grand. So i spend about a grand a month on my normal bills with the credit cards then pay them off. And when the introductory rates are over i will get new cards.
Keep the process going while building my wealth and hitting that sweet 800 credit score.
Then refinance my house or 2 or 3 etc and pull some cash out to purchase another house.
Close on it.
Close out some anual shillpay cards that no longer have introductory rates.
Take a 50-100 point credit hit because wtf do i care. Im done with it for now and dont have bullshit interest on 10 cards now.
Start the process over. That or just keep it around 750 and drop a card at a time until i only have good cards and an 800 credit score
Depending on equity and excess cash i will find more property or finally get my own oil lease.
I dont see how this is a bad idea. Rich people do exactly this every day.
The woman i paid to teach me all of this probably gonna hit 8 figures this year. At least 9 mill before taxes.
However. If u start to get behind u must ignore the cards. They are not a "conveineince" they are a tool to raise your credit. For the time being at least ..
Basically spam marketing. Know those youtube comments with +1000 likes? The ones that have some shitty link to a retarded survey? I spam those all day and get paid when people take the survey, $1-2 a pop. Well, if I spam 400 videos and get 50 people per video to click and take the survey (it is top comment after all) then I just made an average of 30 grand.
Gotta add in the 2 radio towers on the sides, user.