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Mr.MADDMan

PARKED
Feb 3, 2018
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Texas
Hello everyone, I am a 22 Mechanical Engineering student that will be graduating next year. All my life I have wanted to be an entrepreneur. I don't intend on getting my engineering degree and that being the sole source of income for the rest of my life, even if most my friends and classmates are totally content with the salary of an engineer. I've always more out of life, and I know that won't happen unless I educate myself on the business side of the industry. I am hungry for knowledge and hope to find like mind individuals here.
 
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Mr.MADDMan

PARKED
Feb 3, 2018
7
0
26
Texas
You may aswell finish the degree..

Use the extra money from salary to start a business
That is exactly what I intend on doing. I plan on saving up a decent amount of many and investing. The only flaw that I see with this plan is time. Engineers quite often work more than 40 hours a week, but I'm not going to let that stop me.
 
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