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    They make a magazine that would give you all these stories. It's called heavy hitters. A few of our members are actually featured in the magazine.

    If you are here long enough you would probably figured out the answers to your questions. The members who you are probably referring to have been members for many years and have at one point or another told most of their story. Stick around...you'll find out lots of information. But just asking for details about peoples life won't get you far here.
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    Yo, Thanks for the tips and highly noted, was a bad mistake by me to be such a early member and asking such a personal question. I deeply regret it. Hope to find the magazine in Norway

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    Quote Originally Posted by ielwa View Post
    Yo, Thanks for the tips and highly noted, was a bad mistake by me to be such a early member and asking such a personal question. I deeply regret it. Hope to find the magazine in Norway
    You only gonna make it if u live life never regretting anything. If you want people to be a little more open , you must first yourself be able to open up. Maybe a better 1st thread in the right section of forum would be a great start . Maybe a good reason alot of ppl didnt post is cuz they just arnt there yet either , and the ones that can are doing what got them there in the 1st place. Dont think just cuz you see the nice cars, big houses, ect. ect. that life is all dandly and every story has a happy ending . NO PAIN NO GAIN !!

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    Plenty of ways to make money in this world, pick 1 or 2 and put in work, the common theme or how to in most "rags to riches" stories is lots and lots of hard work, you put your energy into something and it will grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ielwa View Post
    Hello and Hi!

    I wanna start by saying im sorry i couldnt really find a "right" place to post this thread on the forum, but all the people here seems to be really cool and kind.

    Im to this date a 23yr old guy from norway, never really been around alot of cash, and never really had anything close to what ya guys have

    I was really just wondering if the people here would be interested in sharing the story on how you guys became what you have become today!

    Whatcha work as and stuff like that.
    Just really want a back story to it all.
    And i wanna get the chance to say what a nice gang people!!


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    I am beginning to think alot of people on this forum are a bunch of rich snobs...The guy was asking a question...This is a website to share photos and interact with other people..That's what a forum is? I am sorry but being rude is not the way to go.
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    Valuable advice to the original poster.
    1.Set a goal no matter how small and stick to it by any means. The by any means part is what the other responses were telling you when they replied "Hard work".
    2.Figure out what it is that really makes you happy. That is probably the hardest part ever. It's usually something you would do for free and don't mind working on 24/7 for a while. Reference to "Hard work".
    3.All the other advice can only be given to you or someone can lead the way for you once you decide what makes you happy.

    As far as not that many people answering you, Imagine you are watching a really good Kung fu flick and the disciple who only has been training for about 6 months with joy asks his master for the secrets to the most dangerous and deadly move. The master wants to show him but even if he explained or showed it to the kid he might learn the move but not the responsibility that comes with knowing the move.

    I had my friends son working for me last summer as a aid and he saw the money coming in and when you ask him what he wants now his eyes light up with excitement but he has no idea what it took to get there. You will not get to know until you have a goal and start eating sleeping and breathing that goal. "Hard work"

    p.s. I pm'd you a small part of my story and I'm not rich compared to my neighbors who own multiple franchises all over the place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by signtist View Post
    I am beginning to think alot of people on this forum are a bunch of rich snobs...The guy was asking a question...This is a website to share photos and interact with other people..That's what a forum is? I am sorry but being rude is not the way to go.
    I beg to differ. If you spend enough time reading, you can basically figure out what industry most of the people are in and have a reasonable guess for a more specific occupation. Most people only post about things (well, people with a lick of sense anyway) that they feel they can meaningfully contribute. Pay attention and you will see.

    I haven't been on here as long as many and do not post very often, but this "issue" seems to come up so often and I do not understand why.

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    Not topic related..but ielwa, you have a sick avatar. Beamer angel eyes ftw

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