I have a very easy life - writing articles and investing in stocks and making money. No family, no debt, no relationships. That’s fine, but I am in my late 30s, in the prime of my life, at the peak of my health, I need a fresh challenge.
Entrepreneurship could the challenge I’m looking for. I’m not sure what I’m gonna do though. But I want to do something that occupies me 24/7, on which I will be focused 100% without requiring a high capital investment.
Yeah, I need to make money as well, otherwise I wouldn’t be interested. I am not attached towards money, have simple habits, low expenses, but love making money anyway.
I’m reading Millionaire Fast Lane and Unscripted by MJ De Marco and that has got me thinking. What I’m gonna do, I don’t know. But once I get started, I’m gonna give it all, like I did to my first 2-3 years as a freelance writer.
(Oh God…I need to stop this “I ME MYSELF” as my mom said. Anyway, see you lot later, haha)
(Just a thought: I may pretend to hate feminists, leftists, liberals and the lot but I share the same narcissistic tendencies as they do. The only difference is I am smarter and more self-aware. Lot of young people these days are putting off marriage and having kids and focusing on career/jobs. I’m not sure that’s a good thing - the traditional way of life was much better. But I can see why people have turned narcissistic in general and put off marriage/having kids - They are lazy. Thinking the world of yourself is the easiest thing in the world. Narcicissm is easy. What’s difficult - earning someone’s love - earning the love and loyalty of someone of the opposite sex. Having children who adore you, depend on you, think the world of you. I don’t follow the traditional way of life, but that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate that. My way of life is unsustainable. It’s okay for me to follow it, 10 or 12 people to follow it. If it becomes a trend, that will lead to the collapse of society as we know it. My advice to young people: Just find someone and get married as soon as possible and have kids when you’re in your early 20s. That should be your priority, not jobs/business/career or whatever. Ultimately what matters is how many kids you’ve brought into this world, not how much money you’ve made. Your kids will remember you. Your money may not even get you a decent funeral, because who cares about you when you’re gone? Good luck!)