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  1. Satheesh

    What can I do to succeed?

    I'm from India in my early 30s, working at a big MNC. Since my early twenties I have been working in this big MNC. I have earned decently and that has helped my family a lot. I have no regrets for the energy and time that I spent all those days earning my pay. After 3 years of my job I started...
  2. Vasudev Soni

    Job or Entrepreneurial Dreams at 22 – (Your Advice Needed)

    I'm 22 and just graduated college and my job is about to get started in the month end in a tech giant company. I already have two businesses, an amazon Fba and the other one is a mobile app Business. I have also experienced several failures in the past 2-3 years and I learned a lot from them...
  3. The One

    !!!????!!!! What would you SLAP yourself at 18 years of age? Hmmm? Or even younger????!!!!

    What would you tell yourself at 18? Any thing in your journey that lead to a tangent off course? The credit cards you would sign up to get those amazing points feature? (seriously, someone tell me about this) Any amazing programs you would watch? The best influencer of our (or your time) time...
  4. fastlane_dad

    The Failure Thread: How we lost $20K / month and other Business Mishaps!

    So much of today's culture is focused on hustling / winning / displaying your accomplishments, that many of the failures, mishaps, trials of attempt and the struggle get swept under the rug. I've always been fascinated and more curious about the wrong paths taken, the trials and tribulations...
  5. AFMKelvin

    List of Business Failures: 16 years old to 25 years old.

    1. Flipping bikes. Age 16. I wanted to start flipping bikes at age 16. I planned to buy bikes and fix them. I got my first bike but I never got around to fixing it. I did not have the right tools or space in the small apartment that my family lived in. I ended up throwing the bike away after...
  6. Kimmy XD

    eBay And Amazon Rookie Mistakes & Life Lessons

    Hello guys, I know I'm new in this society of fastlane thinkers and I thought I'd share my own story on how I went from high to low. I hope anyone who reads this learn from the mistakes I've done and the lessons I've learned. Early in 2016, I have flipped the light switch on by accident. I...
  7. Christopher777

    My Developing Story

    We learn a lot through stories. I love reading about other people's stories too. I figured that this is a great way to let people know what you're about. So here's my formal introduction to this forum. I came from a middle class family, my mom was a registered nurse but worked as a teacher and...
  8. Longinus

    The Fail Thread

    Everybody on this forum failed multiple times. It sucks on that very moment, but when you look back you can see that it was necessary and you should have learned something from it. We see a lot of success stories on this forum that motivate us. Maybe we can also share the fail stories that got...