Master Don Juan
- Mar 28, 2011
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This will be my last post on this thread purely because I don't want this to turn into an exchange of personal insults.Tenacity said:No, not as I "term", as they "are". Just because the people they promoted the Stock Scams to didn't know they were scams at the beginning, does not somehow "excuse" the fact that they were/are frauds that pushed illegal services. Why you you would look up to these types of people in order to make a Quick Buck, shows bad character, however, it appears as though you just revealed your character:
Exactly as I perceived. You too went about "screwing" over people and becoming a Fraudster to make a Quick Buck. If you want to learn more about that, go to "Guru's" thread. This thread is going to be (should others respond) about building wealth legally, ethically and over the long term through concrete planning. Not through get rich quick schemes and surely not through some Law of Attraction non sense like he preaches.
Remember though, you said earlier that $1 million "ain't shyt" so I would have assumed you were sitting on multi-millions. Say what you want about $1 million, but it's way more than $300,000 isn't it?
This is just my suggestion, you can follow it or not, but maybe you should slow down? You are 22 and claimed to have made over $300,000 and LOST over $300,000 and the methods you used to make the money weren't ethical/legal. You should stop looking to make a quick buck and instead look to build a solid career in something, control your expenses, and do long term investments.
Continue on your path if you must, but be careful as Federal Prison could be in your future if you want to continue going around screwing people to "get rich quick".
If you can find anywhere where I said I look up to crooks who build up their success through illegitimate means point it out to me. The point I'm driving home is that even crooks need a superb skillset (i.e the ability to spot and exploit opportunities, and selling skills) to get far in what they do, notwithstanding successful legitimate businessman. I'm more interested in how learning the intricacies of their abilities while at the same time I do not advocate using such abilities to fraudulent use.
Jordan Belfort used his charisma and charm to sell penny stocks (fraudulent) while in the present, he is still using the same charisma and charm through motivational speaking (legitimate) and key point IS SUCCESSFUL NOW. See the difference?
Like it or not everyone has screwed over someone somehow. Likewise I was sucked into a questionable company selling questionable products but it taught me a hell lot about selling and people relationships than studying in school. Sure, my past networth wasn't entirely ethical but a majority of it was made through legitimate means of business and investments.
To put things in perspective for you, $1,000,000 here in my country can only get you a government subsidized apartment and it's hella small. Heck, even a Toyota Camry is shy of $200,000 here. Average starting graduate pay is $42,000/year here, I graduate in 2018. If I did really follow your route, I'd be working my ass off till I'm 50ish just to clear my debts.
So starting an F & B business and doing investments are quick bucks now? Send me the memo, might've missed it. Nonetheless it sure as hell beats working an 9-5 at the mercy of your boss whims.
Not sure where did I say I lost all of my networth, that would be pretty stupid of me not diversifying my portfolio.
Ironic that when it comes to women you preach not pedestalizing them but when it comes to money you're doing it. Maybe because at 26 you can't afford to be fvcking up royally in this department as opposed to when you're younger (that's probably your perspective I presume). All I can say is money is always around the corner, never let the fear of losing money stop you from gaining the experience everyone sorely needs to become successful.