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yeewoohyuk

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Hello i’m the book’s reader from South Korea. I read the book very impressively and decided to follow your guide. I’m not able to follow the direction right now because of really inevitable condition which ends at 2022/04. So I’m trying to stack up my financial knowledge before 2022/04

So the question is
How can i learn about financial knowledge? I have no base about this part so i don’t know how to start and where to start. Can you give direction about this?

P.S Sorry if my post is out of politeness. I don’t know about this type of manners either. I’ll wait for your answer. Thank you
 

alfosua

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Financial knowledge is very helpful long-term, whether it is for business and personal purposes. But I'd prefer to encourage you to use more than 50% of your free time (if not 100%) to learn how to build something you perceive someone would buy and learn how to sell it.

I assume you're somewhat like a young student, aren't you?
 

yeewoohyuk

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Jun 3, 2021
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Financial knowledge is very helpful long-term, whether it is for business and personal purposes. But I'd prefer to encourage you to use more than 50% of your free time (if not 100%) to learn how to build something you perceive someone would buy and learn how to sell it.

I assume you're somewhat like a young student, aren't you?
Financial knowledge is very helpful long-term, whether it is for business and personal purposes. But I'd prefer to encourage you to use more than 50% of your free time (if not 100%) to learn how to build something you perceive someone would buy and learn how to sell it.

I assume you're somewhat like a young student, aren't you?
First of all, thanks for your advice. Yes i’m in university and my major is clothing&textiles. I know that looking for something that i can sell is important. But shoud I just observe every situation that happens in my surroundings? I mean this action is too vague. That’s why I want to stack up my financial knowledge first. Can you explain your thoughts more specifically?
Hey!
What do you do? &
How old are you?
i’m just 20 and in army until 04/2022
 

Edgar King

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learn how to build something you perceive someone would buy and learn how to sell it.
This ⏫ is the sum of it really of what you should aim to do to, the financial knowledge you need will come as of when due, with action and when you want to take it.
 

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