>do you do it? >how much learning did you do before you trusted your skills enough to apply them? >where did you learn it?
does anyone know a specific place where a person could find webinars, videos, etc starting from the beginning and where to start? youtube seems to have some but they are either black and white powerpoint slides or not long or in depth enough.
>Currently 27 years of age >Profession: Accounting/Finance >Salary: $75K and rising >Keeps professional image at work by day >Secretly a huge gamer at home >Still maintaining bad lifestyle habits from college >Eats junk food everyday >Doesn't work out >Lucky to be skinny type and not fat
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>>985065 >Is it best to drop video games all together?
For every successful videogaymer there's a million NEETs for whom videogaymes have ruined their social skills, school life, romantic relationships and work.
It's just a bad use of time even if you don't get addicted. You'd be much better off just spending it finding an interest in something productive. Many ex-videogaymers found programming, reading or games like Chess to be a way to have leisure... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Does anyone else feel like a massive failure due to not making shitloads of money from the internet or technology? I'm 23 and learning programming now, but I feel like I'm missing on a goldrush.
Every other industry feels shit and mature. You have a choice between being a capital owning person (due to the lower initial capital investments / qualifications required) in internet/ tech.... or wageslavery in banking / oil and gas / law... the so-called big money industries!
I don't even millionaire desu. Every month that goes by without a few cheeky... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>984812 I am the exact same way as you OP. I spend all my free time learning programming over the last year. I am 23 and I feel like I am miles behind the other guys who have been coding since they were 12.
Trust me this industry is rapidly maturing also. But I feel like the next "upcoming" thing is going to be 3D printing. The 3D printing software market is untouched.
Take my word. Whom ever combines their skill with software into to the world of 3D printing will be rich beyond his wildest dreams.
ill cut to the chase: my boss is a huge degen and owes me cllose to 7k by now (gambling debts) and 1) it seems like he does not want to pay; 2) he wants to increase stakes and continue gambling. i applied for this job (my first real job), because i lacked financial security in the past ten years and now im in the same situation again. now i certainly want my money, but how do i go about it without risking my job? and how can i convince him that i no longer want to gamble with him?
I've been thinking about opening up a Board Game Cafe/Lounge in my city for a while and just wanted some input on what you think. I like in a city of just under 300K people and around 600K in the metro area.
I have a restaurant management background but i'm worried about getting in too deep as I am only 23 and still have copious amounts of college loan debt. That being said, this kind of estabilishment that I am interested in opening hits a niche that isn't found in my city yet, and the closest similar style of business is about 1.5... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>984687 The idea is to get a few knowledgeable people involved that can give advice in their own areas of interests.
If one or two people show up with high quality posts, we at least have a meme-infographic to post regularly. for noobs This will hopefully lead to a few focused threads that can involve people with the same pursuits. Look at /g/ with its several generals; the board may be full of shitposting, but within the generals you will often find a few people that are actually working on projects and giving advice... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /biz. I'm black british male currently interested in pursuing a career in a hedge fund, so i can ultimately go through with my dream to become a hedge fund manager. However, I have some qualms. Will i face any discrimination and also is it really stressful? >inb4 "nigger" and no this is not bait. In addition, i'm not sure whether i should to become one in the uk, or the usa...which one do you recommend and why?
>>984487 Thanks man, I only have an associates degree, so my understanding is that servixe sales (payroll, insurance) will walk me. I might just use them as interview practice and do some big dick swinging.
I've got a friend who has made a killing in solar upgrades recently, that kind of thing is exactly what I am looking for.
>>984338 If you invest your savings in an index fund and match the market average then you will be doing better than 99.9% of active day traders so yes it does make sense unless you're willing to put in a massive amount of effort and time in the hopes of consistently beating the market which you have a very small chance of. So for the average joe or someone who doesn't want to dedicate their life to figuring out how to trade it makes a lot of sense to stick your funds in an index fund instead of having and portfolio... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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