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What's going on Fastlane Fam,

Sean here and I am a brand new, just out of the box, member to this forum.

As I write this post, there is this feeling of "me, me, me, and, I, I, I." Bear with me--I actually want to integrate into this community and find a way to touch the law of affection and bring value to the market.

Want to skip the boring intro and answer a question? Scroll all the way down!

So, I am here to gain insights on how to start my own money tree and get into the fastlane. I have to admit, my initial motivation is to create wealth for myself and for my family, but I am well aware of the Law of Affection and I want to create wealth that isn't at the expense of others but rather to their benefit. I also want to build real and meaningful relationships by meeting people who are actively engaged in creating the life that they want for themselves.

When it comes to building wealth--the bottom rung of the ladder is probably the most accurate description of where I am in terms of the dollar sign. Relatively broke--Broke AF by Fastlane standards. And Jobless (by choice). Don't mistake this as an exaggeration or embellishment of my disadvantages. Life in the suburbs of WA is very easy. After reading this book, I realize that I can provide value to the market at anytime. Especially now, as I am growing up, maturing, and gaining an awareness of who I am and the abilities/skill sets that I possess.

I have always been interested in creating wealth for myself. But I've been in a cycle of poor financial decisions but at the same time self exploration. Now, I find myself in the present--where I have barely any monetary capital, but I feel so empowered--and that is most definitely a feeling that largely came after reading the Millionaire Fastlane . Thank you @MJ DeMarco for putting this out there.

That being said, I am an eager student to this community. I hope anyone who is reading and takes interest to my posts will feel free in expressing your thoughts and opinions as feedback--good, bad, ugly, or otherwise.

Here's my number one question while getting settled into this forum for anyone still reading--

If you had to start over in building your own wealth--that is you just lost every single dollar you had and your list of business contacts was completely blank--what market need would you fulfill first to get off the ground?

or how and where would you start the process?

Cheers and Happy New Year!
 
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MJ DeMarco

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Welcome my friend and thanks for the intro.

If you had to start over in building your own wealth--that is you just lost every single dollar you had and your list of business contacts was completely blank--what market need would you fulfill first to get off the ground?

Depends on the circumstances that put me in that position.

Generally speaking, I'd engage life. Keep my ears peeled for complaints.
If needed, I'd get a job. Get out. Do stuff.
That is how you discover needs.

You don't discover them sitting at home twiddling thumbs.
 

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