The last generation is quick to criticize Millennials for not being able to move out of the house and get a "real job"... Which is easy for them to say considering in 1984 they could earn the cost of a college education in one summer and the average house was under $100k and the average household income of $50,000. Instead of opening their eyes and realizing that the economic climate is different and there are better, cheaper ways to learn skills that make money, they force their kids to get saddled with debt so they can tell their friends that their daughter is a college graduate. FOH. The system wasn't designed for you to succeed - you're going to have to figure it out yourself. #Entrepreneurship is the single best way to become wealthy in 2018 - if that's what you want then comment below but only if you are willing to commit to the #hardwork and understand that no matter what you are in control of your destiny.
I meet a lot of people that tell me they want a lavish lifestyle, give their family the best, yet when it comes to putting in the work it seems like they dont want it bad enough. 🤔
If we have a strong work ethic, then the playing field is leveled. Doesn't matter if we dont or do have money, we all have the opportunity to be successful but not everyone will.