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post #32 of 36

in the middle

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check the posts.

I'm not afraid to be wrong, I'll argue my point but when I'm wrong, I'm wrong and I figure things out from there.

I welcome people to criticize me, tell me exactly what they think.
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Right side all day, check the posts.

 

Only thing I need to work on is managing my money, but it's hard as hell when you don't have any lol, but it's not impossible, just takes more discipline then I'm used to, getting paid regularly instead of this damn waiter schedule will help.

 

 

I think what seperates me is I spend a lot of my time with older people, I'm talking late thirties to early forties, old enough to be int he thick of the rat race, they always say "If I could go back I would...." I don't want to be that guy, so I take notes, ask them at what they would have done different. They basic answer is, "When I was young, I knew everything" but I fall to the arrogance of youth, but I keep it in check.

 

Also, I'm not afraid to be wrong, I'll argue my point but when I'm wrong, I'm wrong and I figure things out from there.

 

I welcome people to criticize me, tell me exactly what they think.

 

Knowledge is the key to success....knowledge and application...but you can't know anything if your ears are always closed.

 

 

Plato (Socrates) had something smart to say about people attitudes torward money. He asked his rich friend had he come by his money himself or inheritance. His friend had inherited his money, Socrates made the point that those who grew up without money see making money itself as a point of pride, transforming money to being the product of the labor, no matter how they got it, whereas those who have had money their entire life don't view money the same at all, it's incidental to them, a bi-product of whatever else they love in life. In my short dealings with upper class folks, that seems to be the case the old money v new money thing.

 

That being said...I was born middle middle class, closer to the lower end...how much money do I want? All of it.

Bingo.

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Mix of both, more right though.
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Mix of both, more right though.

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