Clearing Up Consfusion

It seems a lot of people expect me to get a job right after I graduate college. Why must that be the norm? Does a company care about your family and income when you loose your job? NO. So why should you slave away your life working for somebody else? Why work for a company when you can own it?

I think if you are up to the challenge and willing to take the risk of not having a steady income, you can become a very successful person if you work hard and if you work right.

I plan on becoming an Investment Creator, or one who creates investment vehicles for himself. These include businesses, stock investments and real estate. These things can all be done while holding a job or working full time towards them. The trick is to treat it like a job, in other words if you treat investing like a part time thing then you will not get full results.

After college I plan to either jump right in, or work for people who know the knowledge I seek then apply it to my own investments.

Blog posted on: November 26, 2004

2 comments on “Clearing Up Consfusion

  1. Justine Kaley

    I know how that feels, people were expecting me to go to college which I plan to do, but right after high school was not for me I did not have the money or help of applying which I am researching about now. Everytime I told someone I wanted to get a part-time job, no one could believe that anyone could survive on that I was not planning to survive on it just save enough to get me through to Boston. I was reading an article about a guy who works by using a temp agency work when you want to with a great and benefits that is what I am currently doing. You get to pick the job you would like to take and the temp angency does the rest for you it is so great.

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  2. Just Simple

    I’m doing whatcha doing until one day i found out my mum actually borrowing money for my college fee. That’s when i decided to come out, work and study part-time.

    Well, i work in Bank to know people and know about how bank works. Doing quite fine now. But that’s not the end. More interesting will come pretty soon :)

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