Second, you can “become a monk” and reduce your... - Deepstash

Second, you can “become a monk” and reduce your spending to as little as possible. For most people, this will not be an enjoyable option at all. You might have some investments, but they won’t pay off for a while.

So, the best option is to find a job that you enjoy doing. As the saying goes, once you find that, you’ll never have to work another day in your life!

Be authentic to yourself and enjoy the journey. Be smart, but don’t obsess over money!


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