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Goldenboy_01

New Contributor
Feb 19, 2017
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UK
Hey Guys, I'm Will from the UK and have just finished the Millionaire fast lane.
From a young age I thought that the ''corporate life'' was the path to take, and that once
you hit $100,000 salary you've made it!

However when I was 23 (I'm now 31) something just didn't sit right, and I was unhappy and depressed sitting in a cubicle all day for a large investment bank shuffling papers around my desk.

Eventually I quit and then lived in China for 5 years and now I'm trying to find my path to financial and time freedom.

This book has helped me to understand why I think the way I think, to confirm that the corporate life definitely isn't for me (I seem to be bombarded daily by people telling me how I should ''be realistic'' and get a stable job etc), and has given me a clear vision and plan for the future.

Pretty much everything we see, read and hear these days is brainwashing us into the sidewalk and slow lane mentalities, therefore like minded individuals found on this group are so important to keep you focused and on track.

Looking forward to achieving some awesome shit.

Will
 
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Pierrick

Contributor
Feb 8, 2017
15
23
32
Bourgogne, France
Hey Guys, I'm Will from the UK and have just finished the Millionaire fast lane.
From a young age I thought that the ''corporate life'' was the path to take, and that once
you hit $100,000 salary you've made it!

However when I was 23 (I'm now 31) something just didn't sit right, and I was unhappy and depressed sitting in a cubicle all day for a large investment bank shuffling papers around my desk.

Eventually I quit and then lived in China for 5 years and now I'm trying to find my path to financial and time freedom.

This book has helped me to understand why I think the way I think, to confirm that the corporate life definitely isn't for me (I seem to be bombarded daily by people telling me how I should ''be realistic'' and get a stable job etc), and has given me a clear vision and plan for the future.

Pretty much everything we see, read and hear these days is brainwashing us into the sidewalk and slow lane mentalities, therefore like minded individuals found on this group are so important to keep you focused and on track.

Looking forward to achieving some awesome shit.

Will

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