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evdog123

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My name is Evan, 18 years, from PEI Canada, and I'm a crazy freak! We all get why we're here, and you are genuinely remarkable just for that. No longer are we sliding down the slicked groove of biology textbooks and debt, I can already tell this forum is steeped in passion and creativity, soaring far beyond any other method of obtaining wealth.

Bringing me to the Fastlane is my family's work history, and I'll keep it short for your convenience.

My Dad is a plumber, makes $55,000 a year. He works six days a week and has a wife and two kids. Due to his long work hours, day in and day out, he has turned to alcohol, computer games, and excessive amounts of food to numb his suffering. Rather than spending time with his family, we've always remembered Dad as the man at the computer chair. Drunk, stuffed, and having to work the next morning. Watching cars zoom in the Fastlane my whole life seemed to inspire, rather than envy.

This Forum is incredible, the people who have read MJ's excellent books aren't afraid to act on his "biz-wiz", or share their knowledge with others. Looking forward to exchanging ideas and receiving the best advice an entrepreneur can get, right here on this forum.

Thank you MJ for your valuable insight, I have a feeling this will change my life like it has many others!
 

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My name is Evan, 18 years, from PEI Canada, and I'm a crazy freak! We all get why we're here, and you are genuinely remarkable just for that. No longer are we sliding down the slicked groove of biology textbooks and debt, I can already tell this forum is steeped in passion and creativity, soaring far beyond any other method of obtaining wealth.

Bringing me to the Fastlane is my family's work history, and I'll keep it short for your convenience.

My Dad is a plumber, makes $55,000 a year. He works six days a week and has a wife and two kids. Due to his long work hours, day in and day out, he has turned to alcohol, computer games, and excessive amounts of food to numb his suffering. Rather than spending time with his family, we've always remembered Dad as the man at the computer chair. Drunk, stuffed, and having to work the next morning. Watching cars zoom in the Fastlane my whole life seemed to inspire, rather than envy.

This Forum is incredible, the people who have read MJ's excellent books aren't afraid to act on his "biz-wiz", or share their knowledge with others. Looking forward to exchanging ideas and receiving the best advice an entrepreneur can get, right here on this forum.

Thank you MJ for your valuable insight, I have a feeling this will change my life like it has many others!
Continue to be impressed by 18yo like you with heads on right and very perceptive to boot. Time is on your side. Keep doing it now..
 

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This Forum is incredible, the people who have read MJ's excellent books aren't afraid to act on his "biz-wiz", or share their knowledge with others. Looking forward to exchanging ideas and receiving the best advice an entrepreneur can get, right here on this forum.
There have been 18 year olds here with 6-figure businesses.

You have more time now than you ever will.

You can do this.
 

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My name is Evan, 18 years, from PEI Canada, and I'm a crazy freak! We all get why we're here, and you are genuinely remarkable just for that. No longer are we sliding down the slicked groove of biology textbooks and debt, I can already tell this forum is steeped in passion and creativity, soaring far beyond any other method of obtaining wealth.

Bringing me to the Fastlane is my family's work history, and I'll keep it short for your convenience.

My Dad is a plumber, makes $55,000 a year. He works six days a week and has a wife and two kids. Due to his long work hours, day in and day out, he has turned to alcohol, computer games, and excessive amounts of food to numb his suffering. Rather than spending time with his family, we've always remembered Dad as the man at the computer chair. Drunk, stuffed, and having to work the next morning. Watching cars zoom in the Fastlane my whole life seemed to inspire, rather than envy.

This Forum is incredible, the people who have read MJ's excellent books aren't afraid to act on his "biz-wiz", or share their knowledge with others. Looking forward to exchanging ideas and receiving the best advice an entrepreneur can get, right here on this forum.

Thank you MJ for your valuable insight, I have a feeling this will change my life like it has many others!
Welcome!

As a start, are there any fields or issues of focus that you are interested in learning more about?
 
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evdog123

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Welcome!

As a start, are there any fields or issues of focus that you are interested in learning more about?
Lots of ideas are orbiting my brain as of right now, but I am learning how to program with computer code on Khan Academy. It seems like that information is very useful.
 

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Hi Evan!

You write beautifully and concisely. Happy to have you here.
 

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He works six days a week and has a wife and two kids. Due to his long work hours, day in and day out, he has turned to alcohol, computer games, and excessive amounts of food to numb his suffering. Rather than spending time with his family, we've always remembered Dad as the man at the computer chair. Drunk, stuffed, and having to work the next morning.
Amazing the perspective one has when they are still young enough not to be dogmatized by the Script.

You see it and you know, you don't want it.

Thanks for the intro, great to have ya here.
 

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