- Feb 8, 2019
It is less about increasing the odds of success (though it could to some extend depends on the person) but more of being fearful of getting stuck in relationships and marriages, while quarreling and fighting over money.Literally shocks me how many people ignore facts even when presented, just because it doesn't fit in their worldview.
Statistically speaking, high achieving men are more often married, not single. Sure, you can be single and climb the mountain. Plenty have done it. (To be fair, I have not studied the statistics on women.)
But the notion that you must be single to achieve greatness, or even that being single makes it more likely just isn't backed up by data.
Most presidents are married. Yes really.
And we're talking the VAST MAJORITY.
I hope most people who read this would decide to work smarter, not harder. This comment sounds a little too close to the "definition of insanity".
“Fixed money first before others” is quite an old mantra and exists outside the business/entrepreneurship circle as well.
In other world more young people are getting both cynical and realistic, for good or for bad reasons depending the point of view you are looking at.
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