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Seth Goodluck
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Seth Goodluck

Contributor, Male, 25, from Pacific Northwest

Read Millionaire Fastlane I've Read UNSCRIPTED

FOCUS - because without it, everything becomes a blur Nov 13, 2018

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 24, 1992 (Age: 25)
    Location:
    Pacific Northwest
    Occupation:
    Software Engineer | Business Owner
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    I grew up in a hicktown to a loving family that straddled the sidewalk and the slowlane.

    After my dad lost his job, it was food stamps, and poverty and I had my first FTE - I decided in the 8th grade while working a fruit factory line (terrible, terrible job) to go to an Ivy League and go for free. sh*t education be damned, financial impossibility be damned, odds be damned.

    8 Years Later, I'm the proud owner of an Ivy League degree (C's and B's get Degrees!), have almost no debt (will be clear by my birthday this year), have started (and failed and/or killed) 5 companies through college, and was out of the gates with a coveted Software Engineering Job at an awesome company.

    "That's nice, so what have you done lately?"

    I've been working at my job, aggressively attacking my debt, saving, helping family where and when I could. The salary was great, the co-workers awesome, the company wonderful as a whole.

    But the shoe doesn't fit. The cushy life of a Software Engineer has me firmly planted in the Slowlane. After a couple of years, finding Fastlane, a spur of the moment YC interview, and meeting someone on a plane who was young and FI, I realized just how jaded and unhappy I was with my current situation.

    It was uncomfortable to try and complain about how my 'awesome' life wasn't in my eyes. No one, outside of entrepreneurial circles, could fathom how a 6-figure a year salary, 6 days o' slavery a week life could be looked on with such scorn.

    Fast forward to today... my last day is Jan 01, 2019. I have my LLC, website, products, an 8000 call lead list that I generated myself, and a raging focus on wealth generation.

    None of what I want in life comes without freedom. None of it comes without wealth. None of it comes on the Slowlane (no matter how soft and cushy the ride).

    Why Do You Want It?

    Because I want to pay my parent's mortgage.

    Because I want to be an investor.

    Because I want to start a private aerospace company.

    Because I want to be able to travel anywhere in the world with my family and friends and not worry.

    Because I want to be able to comfortably and painlessly support a family (should I opt for that route) and still have nice things.

    Because F*** Slavery

    Because I will do better.

    Because the slowlane, no matter how well traveled, under no circumstances intersects with my aspirations.

    Because I can and I will

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    This works one and only one way.


    So f*ck it, I'm all in on this. I'm going to succeed at Fastlane Financial Freedom or I'm going to die trying. No exceptions. No giving up. No bullshit.