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i had /biz/, i dont need /adv/. too many kids in adv. please respond.
>be 28 >be obese kv >want to turn life around >have incredibly boring, stable job pays 30000 >cant even improve life at work because all ppl i work with are middle aged women with kids and im the youngest >want to improve life, lose weight get into hobbies >stupid boring job leaves me super drained and i have no motivation to do ANYTHING, believe me I've tried >i have 20k in the bank and can probably last 6 months on this easily in order to pay bills
what do i do? i just dont have the motivation, the drive when i get home from work. i speak with toxic people. fat white women. already old people. i cant make friends at work. i have no friends and speak to no one my age.
but the stability is amazing. i could literally be there my whole life. i make about 30k and do almost nothing but browse 4chan all day.
thing is, its a random job i found from craigslist and there probably wont be anything else like this, as im a lib arts major and have no real skills. but i want to start my life over, and i cant start working somewhere else as a fat fuck with no confidence, i need to at least be presentable. but i wont get that way at the rate i'm going.
>>1432736 >i make about 30k and do almost nothing but browse 4chan all day.
If that's really true, then there shouldn't be too much of a problem with you studying during the day to acquire a skill set that can get you into a different career.
Does your job offer any sort of tuition reimbursement? Use that to take classes at the local college. You might even be able to use that to miss out a day or two every now and then for class (exams or whatever.)
Barring that,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1432736 I was in the same boat not too long ago. No degree, same job from 19-25, making 50k a year but if I did it until I retired I could make 100k max if I was really lucky. The job sucked and I felt drained every night after it. Finally decided to put myself in a position to be employed in a field with more upside. Studied for 4 months and got my CCNA with no background in IT and no degree or anything. Got a job as a network engineer making less, but at least it's work experience on the resume and I genuinely enjoy... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to accumulate a lot of "safe haven" assets by november of this year (prior to US presidential elections and the election of President Trump specifically). I am buying weekly on auto but I also want to buy a large chunk at once as I don't currently have enough to profit off the coming economic apocalypse. I'm not really happy with bitcoins' current price (too high compared to historical avg). I would much rather it be <=400 before I buy a lot. I'm not happy with gold either, though (look at the 35 year chart! wtf?!). I am fine with Ethereum's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1432719 thats actually pretty reasonable growth for companies. considering population growth and technology. plus interest rates are at an all time low... so ,those actually might be recession numbers.
I'm interested in starting a biz so I have something to do in my down time. I mean I have a lot of it. Right now I'm a 3rd year cs/security student and live out of a duffle bag. I don't really mind it desu. Not very interested in a 9-5 job because I'm mentally unstable but my tuition is covered for school so no debt or financial problems to deal with. Can anyone advise me on where to start? I have computer and people skills and would like to start on small projects and grow.
>>1432687 >mentally unstable probably shouldn't start a biznuss then.
but if you decide to, there's so many good options out there. if you want it to be in IT, you could simply start solving IT problems for people for cheap with the angle being "You're getting a huge discount because I'm a student." then once you have a few clients, just use their references to get more and more and charge more. eventually bring someone else on board who can do things you can't. so on and so forth. Basic consulting firm.
>>1432957 >probably shouldn't start a biznuss then. Yeah I thought about that, I was hoping it would grant me more leeway.
>>1432948 Pretty much this: >>1432957 I wanted to get some certs and do some basic consulting but didn't know how feasible it was. Because I specialize in security will people be comfortable with me being a student? I have 2 years experience working in a co-op and as an intern so I'm not totally without industry experience.
I am a screenwriter for an A movie. I have the power to insert into the script a very short dialogue about any alt coin, mention it by name and have like a one sentence explanation of what crypto currency is and thats its a great investment or something. How much money can I make of this pump? How should I go about it? I could even make my own meme coin perhaps or is it better to just shill something existing, buy before and sell after the price goes up? The film will not hit the screens untill earliest 2 years from now.
>>1432676 >how much can I make off this pump Up to, but not including, infinite percent. >how should I go about it As ham-fistedly as you can, plebs who watch "movies" are too dumb to collect information from contextual clues, simpler is better. >I could make my own memecoin This screams narcicism even if it were foolproof, and it's not, as you are a screenwriter, not a person at all fluent with such computer-based... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1432676 >How much money can I make of this pump? If you mention a coin by name: Enough to make it worth your while. But don't expect 300% profit or anything (unless it's a really small volume coin, but small volumes won't be around in 2 years). As much as we like to think film and art and literature can change the world, one paragraph of dialogue is unlikely to cause a bull market
Shilling something that exists will give your film realism. Just like how Kubrick filled... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Just started a new job and it has been rough. My bosses are sharp and pretty demanding. The problem is I keep fucking up on easy stuff and I can't seem to get a footing. Part of it is due to long hours and constant distractions from meetings, questions, emails, etc. It doesn't help that there is a disconnect between upper management and middle management. I want to succeed but I'm having a hard time keeping up. Am I not cut out for the job? Or is this part of the process?
This isn't my first job but it has been the biggest grind.
>>1432589 yea its a great time to get in actually. you can probably be a shipping magnate by 40. but skip college and just work on the docks and save money, if u do it fast enough you can probably buy some boats.
there literally selling for 1$ right now. (they cost 15k a year to store and keep up )
>>1432652 I think its a mixture http://www.cbs.dk/en/study/bachelor/bsc-in-international-shipping-and-trade >>1432981 thanks but gettin in that college is a must for me (i live in hungary and the college is in denmark)
I graduated last year with a degree I really hated. I've spent the past 14.5 months mostly wasting massive amounts of time on the internet, living with my parents, working menial part time jobs (less than 20 hours a week), and procrastinating instead of learning programming like I told myself I would. I don't even read books anymore. Also I have an existential crisis that I realise will never go away.
Has anyone been in a situation like this, constantly telling yourself that you'll work hard tomorrow? I feel like I have potential. I feel guilty when not... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1432526 I was there m8. I dropped out of university twice. Took me 7 years to graduate all up. Worked in a fucking grocery store mainly doing night shift and thought that'd do for my life. Battled depression, restlessness, low confidence, uncertainty and all that shit.
>>1432425 Format's okay, just cut the text down to about a third of what it is (at least lose Activities). Most employers only glance at your resume/CV for no longer than a few seconds when shortlisting.
Reduce bullet point size, also get rid of hobbies altogether to be honest.
>>1432414 Research which growers are getting government approval and invest now while you still can. Personally I'll be looking out for any equivalent to a breathalyzer test for marijuana consumption because preventing driving while high is going to be a big deal for law enforcement. If a promising technology is created then I'm investing before every cop in the country has one in their cars.
theres a number of Canadian Medicinal weed growers in canada
AHP OGI CGC MTR
of these i have holdings in the first three as i think they will be allowed to sell straight weed legally when it finally gets legalized
dont think for a moment that it will be 100% unregulated, aka anybody can sell it. They are going to regulate the fuck out of it and who better to give a license to sell then the ones that sold medicinal weed before; not the scruffy guy down the street
>Lease is up next month >Trying to negotiate lower rent with my landlord >pay $1000/month for my bedroom >She's been looking for new tenants for the past month >Yesterday I offered her $800/month plus I would do maintenance on the property. >Lowers to $950 so I just tell her to think about it >Sent me a text today saying... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1432305 Dont just limit yourself to one property. Look at other properties as well. Her lowest may be $950, but X elsewhere may be willing to accept $900, $850, whatever. Expand your search. Then you can tell your current landlord "X has offered me X" or you can just leave her altogether.
so i recently left my job and im looking for a new one. i was curious if yall had any opinions on jobs i should be looking at they aren't necessarily business related but id be considered for with a BS in marketing. yes i know i fucked up with my degree, i just took the gmat and cannot afford to go back to school at the moment. any help for a neet would be appreciated.
>>1432279 You haven't fucked up, you have a marketing degree so go for marketing jobs or advertising jobs, employers for sales jobs love business degree's, you could get a low level accounting job if you learnt that on your degree, (here all business degrees do an accounting module), or a shitty as it may be you can get a low level managers job in a retail place.
How bad is the bubble right now? Interest rates have been low for too long (although the fed announces again and again thet they'll rise) and assets are pumped artificially through quantitative easing. Negative interest rates through EU do shit.
Do you think that finally raising interest rates will pop the bubble?
>>1432092 >i dont think the pop will be devastating like the one in 2008 How's that? 2008 housing was the foul apple in the basket, these days its stocks and bonds together with housing. Interest rates are so low that there's no more safety net, the fall can't be mitigated. Just imagine a 'stagflation' where suddenly central banks stop artificially stimulating the markets.
looking for small jobs online and other ways to make money aside from serveys.. the only thing i can really come up with is trading. and that still really isnt much. im really trying to fatten up my paypal acc. any tips?
>>1431952 trading (if over a short time frame) is more likely to lose you money as a retail trader
over a longer timeframe it can be nice to take the occasional punt alongside your investments... but that is the sort of thing you're better off doing when you've already got decent investments and money to lose on those occasional punts
if you're looking for additional income it doesn't sound like you're really in that position and realistically you've got no business trading...
So lets say you won the lottery and the amount you get after taxes and shit were deducted from it was about $10 million.
Would it be a bad idea to buy some property to rent out, in addition to buying some property for yourself? Assume that you could get a decent 2 bedroom house for about 500k where you live, and the average amount of rent for a single room ranges from $400-$700 a month.
>>1431658 For my money, if I had 10 mil cash why bother with the headache of residential landlording. Dealing with tenants sucks. Yeah, you can farm it out but then your already thin margins get thinner.
I would do it if I had to, but with 10 mil you could invest pretty passively/conservatively and be fucking set.
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