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Finally an article from our “nation building press” that resonates in my heart:
The “ugly” side of our “financial freedom” (formerly aka I want to be a millionaire) community is the frequent obsession with money.
Crass. Banal. Bourgeois.
Especially when I read those “financial advice” to youths who have asked the “wrong” question about life.
Of course there is bias in highlighting this article.
We tend to identify with others with similar backgrounds and experiences.
Compared to Leslie’s childhood, mine would be like to be born with a silver spoon!
Talk about playing the cards you were dealt well…
If you were in his shoes, would you have just rolled-over and gave up?
Drugs, gangs, crime.
There’s some take-aways that I would like to share with youths who have gotten the “wrong answers”.
Remember, if the answers did not came from within you, they are usually platitudes parrot by drones and mules. Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing…
1. We got to pay our dues
Michael Leong – founder of ShareInvestor.com also washed dishes while taking his medical classes in Northern Ireland.
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