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living with parents

  1. ivailopanamski

    Advice needed: Dive in the real world or stay with my parents.

    MINDSET 
    Hello, guys. I'm a 20 years old, still living in my parents apartment. I desperately want to move out, because it doesn't feel right to live with them anymore. Currently I work a 4 hour job, so that I have more time to work on my business (from which I still haven't earned a cent) and have time...
  2. nabinabiyev

    How to start a business,if you are just 19 and you dont have any connections?

    INTRO 
    Hi everyone,I am really glad,that you are reading this thread.I want to take just 5 minutes from you to hear your advice/opinion on what should I do if I want to start my own business,but I dont have money,good connections and people,who share my vision.Thanks to Millionaire Fastlane and...
  3. ryjohn829

    “You CANT be anything you set your mind to”

    MINDSET 
    As a kid my mother always told me, “you can be whatever you set your mind to.” This is a lie. On the long drive from Boston to Cape Cod she brought up my sister and her college (Salam State University). This is how it went.... she failed to mention that my sister is strapped with $60,000 of...
  4. Gold7

    Moving back with parents in order to reach the FASTLANE

    OFF-TOPIC 
    Hi Everyone, Has anyone made the choice to move back in with their parents in order to reach the fast lane? I know MJ talks about doing this in TMFL, has anyone else done the same thing to save money on rent and be able to work on growing their business. Moving back in with parents, I believe...
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