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Where would you live if you can go anywhere on the world?

Anything related to matters of the mind

BetterWays

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you have the choice to start all over again...


Example:
-you are in your early 20s
-you have a passive online income of xxk a month
-xxxk in your bank account
-you know how to spend your money responsible
-have no ties to family /friends


and are free to go wherever you want on the world.

where would you go and live ,have your home at?
(best life quality overall , dont quote me the usual bs most livable places list)



EDIT: calm down everyone, this is just a thread for inspiration.
do not get hung up on the numbers I post.
just want to get some orientation from fastlaners where they
prefer to spend their life at.

btw: I dont get offended post whatever you want
 
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you have the choice to start all over again...

-you are in your early 20s
-you have a passive online income of 50k a month
-800k in your bank account
-you know how to spend your money responsible
-have no ties to family /friends


and are free to go wherever you want on the world.

where would you go and live ,have your home at?
(best life quality overall , dont quote me the usual bs most livable places list)

this is what i hate : life's unfairness

young 20 something guy goes here to say to 40 years old guys that life is unfair.

the 20 years old guy is free and most 50 years old guys won't go anywhere in life.

so to help you, i suggest you know first why you are on earth anyway

to be free ? to help mankind ? anything in tune with your intelligence

then once you know that, you can live in the right place according to your reason why.
 

G-Man

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-you are in your early 20s
-you have a passive online income of 50k a month
-800k in your bank account
-you know how to spend your money responsible
-have no ties to family /friends

Go a bunch of places till you find one you like. I did it in my 20s with significantly less resources than this, and would do it again in a second if I didn't have a family.

Asking internet strangers "Where will I like to live?" is a circle jerk. Just go explore. That's a large part of the fun.

Good luck.
 
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Hmm my hub would be vegas..and then id travel to different party cities

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Nah, I'm good here. The Slowlane culture aside, my country, Malaysia actually has real chops in good cheap food, balanced tourism locations (we've got beaches, theme parks, a casino on a mountain (literally! went there only for the arcade games lol) and historical UNESCO locations. Besides, our currency rate is laughably small. Here's the exchange rate: 1 USD= 4.42 ringgit.
Even if you earn ten thousand a month only, you'll be living the life here! Not to mention the endless sales that rattles the malls and local media feeds....so Sidewalkish.

Serious, Malaysia's actually a good place to live in, if you are a FASTLANE earner!
 

Young-Gun

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This would be my home and office:

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No kidding, location-independence is a YUUUUuuuge reason my second company is purely Online, purely Software, purely Subscription-based.

The first company (tutoring biz) taught me the importance of NOT thinking locally.
I want to see everything! I want to sail a sailboat around the world!

If not a boat, then a tricked-out RV with a motorcycle trailer behind it...

Edit: Bit more detail..

I'd want to be 90-100% self-sufficient.
Solar and Wind power for my limited electronics.
Able to catch fresh fish and seaweed right from the sea.
But, satellite internet so I can run my Software company and continue to grow.
 
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Asking internet strangers "Where will I like to live?" is a circle jerk. Just go explore. That's a large part of the fun.

Good luck.


That is what he wants. Doesn't want to take any action. So now he can justify it with "Those people on the Fastlane forum were a bunch of assholes" twenty years later.
 

G-Man

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That is what he wants. Doesn't want to take any action. So now he can justify it with "Those people on the Fastlane forum were a bunch of assholes" twenty years later.

I'm trying to be nicer to new members around here, in spite of my normal dickish self, but upon further inspection, I believe we have an internet BS artist here.

Found it a little odd that someone capable of the massive action necessary to create a 50k/mo business by age 22 would need to consult the internet hivemind before purchasing a plane ticket, so I read OP's other posts, in which he also represents himself as someone who's already traveled the world.

I could be wrong, and I'm willing to give benefit of doubt, given some of the extremely accomplished really young guys we've had come through here, but skeptical.

@BetterWays would love for you to prove me wrong. Would be pretty cool to have the input of someone that's accomplished so much at a young age around here.
 

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Berlin. Vegan capital of the world, one of my favorite languages, I'm just a short train ride from France, Italy, and Bayern, and I've s government that I respect.

That said, I have a love for the Nordic countries, Spain (I've heard) is very warm to entrepreneurs, and there's an entire world full of beautiful people and interesting culture outside of Europe. Maybe Africa?


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you have the choice to start all over again...

-you are in your early 20s
-you have a passive online income of 50k a month
-800k in your bank account
-you know how to spend your money responsible
-have no ties to family /friends
and are free to go wherever you want on the world.

where would you go and live ,have your home at?
(best life quality overall , dont quote me the usual bs most livable places list)

Blah Blah Blah, seriously this answer is different for everyone. Why even bother. This thread is going to get answers like: city name, country

What does that even tell you?

Here are possible answers you will get:
I love surfing and scuba diving - coastal city name, country
I want to build a huge tech company - start up city name, country
I want to have sex everyday with prostitutes - city name, country
I love the clubbling life - big city name, country
I like relaxing country side - country city name, country
 

JWelch

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The world is too big and there are too many experiences that life has to offer than staying in one place only. IF one were so fortunate as to have 50K in passive income from a business system they could moderate from anywhere then I say take it all in as much as you can and just appreciate that you were given each day as it comes and live in the present.
 
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Baku85

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Im 32. Software developer working remotely. I live in canarias. BEST PLACE TO LIVE :)))

Enviado desde mi SM-A510F mediante Tapatalk
 

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