>>1053352 Getting a degree for wanting to start a business? What drugs are you on? What you need is an apprenticeship and work expirience to get hands on knowledge of your field, EE for example, a business idea is Installation and Comissioning of domestic electronics, you can start your own business but you need expirience, not a degree.
Get an EE degree, then your MBA at nightschool. Or better yet get hired and make the company pay for your night school. Then, work the industry for a while, make money, then if you have a good idea, work a side project.
Starting your own company is ill conceived, especially when you can bypass the 10 years of "software engineering" with an MBA to become an executive. Then just break into VC. It's easier said than done, but an engineer with an MBA is a hot asset, and headhunters will be aware of you.
Have you ever asked yourself, why do you want to get rich? Has this goal become your first priority in life?
Rethink it once again: your time on this planet is VERY limited. You are probably somewhere in your twenties right now, well, maybe you will gain wealth by the time you are 30 or 40. But is it worth all the efforts? Do you really want to spend your youth persuing that goal?
If you live in the first world, you can do pretty much anything you want. Become a musician, an athlete, a writer, an alpinist. You can do something with your life rather than trying... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1053350 Don't think about it too much because you will become depressed. after you understand that money isn't worth the effort, you understand that NOTHING!!! worth the effort, you will just sit in your room all day playing vidya source:me
Hey all, I make $65k/year and have a savings of $30k just sitting there. I have no debts, no car payment, my credit card balance is always sub $500, I pay $1000 in rent (only because its close to work), and my internet and water are free. My expenses are fairly low all things considered.
I've been curious as to how I should be investing my money now that my paranoid self has secured enough of a savings to feel comfortable departing with some of it.
Hi /biz so I've never posted before but I have learned quite a lot by lurking. You're a smart group of people.
I wanted to start an advertising agency, I have experience in marketing and my education is in neuroscience.
the general idea is to create extremely affordable bespoke propaganda for small businesses with different tiers of advertising modules. I can track the effectiveness or ROI and build on other modules like a lego building.
I'm hoping to use consumer psychology and neuroscience techniques to target niches and such.
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WHEN WILL YOU PEOPLE FINALLY REALIZE THAT THIS IS WORSE THAN EVER BEFORE http://www.cnbc.com/2016/01/15/a-recession-worse-than-2008-is-coming-commentary.html >Banks may be better off today than they were leading up to the Great Recession but the government and Fed's balance sheets have become insolvent in the wake of their inane effort to borrow and print the economy back to health. As a result, the federal government's debt has now soared to nearly 600 percent of total revenue. And the Fed has spent the last eight years leveraging up its balance sheet 77-to-1 in its goal to peg short-term interest rates at zero. >Therefore, this inevitable, and by all accounts brutal upcoming recession, will coincide with two unprecedented and extremely dangerous conditions that should make the next downturn worse than 2008. >First, the Fed will not be able to lower interest rates and provide any debt-service relief for the economy. In the wake of the Great Recession, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke took the overnight interbank lending rate down to zero percent from 5.25 percent and printed $3.7 trillion. The Fed bought longer-term debt in order to push mortgages and nearly every other form of debt to record lows. >The best the Fed can do now is to take away its 0.25 percent rate hike made in December. >Second, the federal government increased the amount of publicly-traded debt by $8.5 trillion (an increase of 170 percent), and ran $1.5 trillion deficits to try to boost consumption through transfer payments. Another such ramp up in deficits and debt, which are a normal function of recessions after revenue collapses, would cause an interest-rate spike that would turn this next recession into a devastating depression.
>It is my belief that, in order to avoid the surging cost of debt-service payments on both the public and private-sector level, the Fed will feel compelled to launch a massive and unlimited round of bond purchases. However, not only are interest rates already at historic lows, but faith in the ability of central banks to provide sustainable GDP growth will have already been destroyed, given their failed eight-year experiment in QE. >Therefore, the ability of government to save the markets and the economy this time around... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I get the feeling that alot of you all its to impress people you went to HS or college with. No one gives a fuck about you the morning after graduation, high school, or college. Money wont make them care either, so why are you all stressing so bad about it. pls do tell
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