You get it though. You'll prevail. Spend the next 12 months building your skill and getting more independent work at higher rates. You'll increase your personal margins, more dollars per hour of work, more liberty in choosing from whom, more savings. Then you can move forward into greater leverage (so called 'passive income' plays).I agree this. I know most will disagree. I feel like most people don't have the perspective of the really poor. All they are thinking about is necessities because they so poor. I know its very slowlane, but they gotta build up some cash reserve, so they can at least breath.
Big companies know this as well. Pay employees their food, water, gas, laundry, accommodation. So they don't have to worry about anything besides...you guessed it working more.
It's just how it is. Blame a**hole parents, a**hole teachers, a**hole university mongers. But there is a pride in this. Now, for once, the difference between the life we have now, and the life we will have in 1 year from now, is under our control.
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