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My 5 year plan is not a plan, it's a vision and I need to change that.

  1. #1
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    5 year plan, 10 year plan whatever.
    I have goals, yes, but they don't really include the "how" part.

    I've dicked around plenty and got a lot done but when it comes to long term goals I don't have much to say other than what they are.
    And even then I'm not certain.

    I'm 31 years old and right now I'm wasting my time not focusing and trying when it comes to doing myself.
    I'll go all out on some dummy shit like working overtime and making short term dollars but they get spent just as fast.

    Recently I turned down a better paying job because it had more hours and I would like to at least give myself the opportunity to have more time to make something more of myself than just another wage slave doing some entry-level cock sucker job.

    I've tried coding a couple times now like several of you do but damn is it boring. I like the money part of it though yet it would be a good long while before I see any of that. Also the doing it at my own pace and it not costing me anything to learn is a big plus.

    Looked into electrician work as there is a place local that will pay you to learn and work while you learn. I liked the thought of hands on learning and making money as I do it. I wasn't thrilled with the thought of being electrocuted...

    HVAC sounds like something easy to learn and fairly quick too. It would pay better and open more doors for me also but it doesn't tickle my fancy either.

    Whatever I'm going to find myself doing in 5 or 10 years I hope it is something I have worked hard to do and worked hard to learn to do.

    Honestly I don't feel like I've tried very hard at anything I've done other than waste my own time.

    I'm going to give programming one more go and see how it pans out this time.
    The only difference is that I'm going to set aside time each day and during that time all I'll be doing is working on learning to code.
    There won't be any other options or things that I'll let get in my way with it.
    If shit doesn't stick this time I'm going to be happy I tried and move onto something else.
    I'm getting too old to not know what the fuck I'm doing.

    Anyways, for the next week or 2 I'll be focused on setting myself up for success and will give it another go very soon.
    There isn't much prep work for me to get done before I start but I'd like to make a couple things in my life just a bit nicer for this final shot at it.

    Anyone else having an identity crisis?
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    get money stack money

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  3. #3
    cigreting Naturally Camouflaged
    Alot of jobs arent supposed to be fun. What matters is that your paying the bills and putting money into savings. Dont do what you love for a living, thats a bullshit saying. It wont be a hobby anymore and burn you out.
    Coding is something that doesnt require physical labor so you can do it for a long time. I don't know enough about coding but will it be around in 5 or 10 years or will a computer take over ?
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    Bradley victim of incest
    good question cigreting, a man scared to have sex with a girl other than his sisters) i don't think coding is for me because of the arduous hours spent typing away at a keyboard. It seems liek it could leave you with major disfigurements in the hands, and wrists and repetitive ocular movement syndrome can happen from your eyes only looking around the keyboard and burning those movements into your retinas through ROMS. You wouldn't know this because you're a lazy, featful cuck who only looks at his cell phone on dark mode thinking it saves him energy.

    Energy he uses to hide from women that remind him of his mother.
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  5. #5
    cigreting Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Bradley good question cigreting, a man scared to have sex with a girl other than his sisters) i don't think coding is for me because of the arduous hours spent typing away at a keyboard. It seems liek it could leave you with major disfigurements in the hands, and wrists and repetitive ocular movement syndrome can happen from your eyes only looking around the keyboard and burning those movements into your retinas through ROMS. You wouldn't know this because you're a lazy, featful cuck who only looks at his cell phone on dark mode thinking it saves him energy.

    Energy he uses to hide from women that remind him of his mother.

    Go suck a nigger dick faggot.
    My response was for fona, not a welfare recipient that lives with his mom
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    lockedin Houston
    The author of this post has returned to nothingness
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  7. #7
    robots are the future man
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    AngryIVer African Astronaut [my jade controlled morrigan]
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy 5 year plan, 10 year plan whatever.
    I have goals, yes, but they don't really include the "how" part.

    I've dicked around plenty and got a lot done but when it comes to long term goals I don't have much to say other than what they are.
    And even then I'm not certain.

    I'm 31 years old and right now I'm wasting my time not focusing and trying when it comes to doing myself.
    I'll go all out on some dummy shit like working overtime and making short term dollars but they get spent just as fast.

    Recently I turned down a better paying job because it had more hours and I would like to at least give myself the opportunity to have more time to make something more of myself than just another wage slave doing some entry-level cock sucker job.

    I've tried coding a couple times now like several of you do but damn is it boring. I like the money part of it though yet it would be a good long while before I see any of that. Also the doing it at my own pace and it not costing me anything to learn is a big plus.

    Looked into electrician work as there is a place local that will pay you to learn and work while you learn. I liked the thought of hands on learning and making money as I do it. I wasn't thrilled with the thought of being electrocuted…

    HVAC sounds like something easy to learn and fairly quick too. It would pay better and open more doors for me also but it doesn't tickle my fancy either.

    Whatever I'm going to find myself doing in 5 or 10 years I hope it is something I have worked hard to do and worked hard to learn to do.

    Honestly I don't feel like I've tried very hard at anything I've done other than waste my own time.

    I'm going to give programming one more go and see how it pans out this time.
    The only difference is that I'm going to set aside time each day and during that time all I'll be doing is working on learning to code.
    There won't be any other options or things that I'll let get in my way with it.
    If shit doesn't stick this time I'm going to be happy I tried and move onto something else.
    I'm getting too old to not know what the fuck I'm doing.

    Anyways, for the next week or 2 I'll be focused on setting myself up for success and will give it another go very soon.
    There isn't much prep work for me to get done before I start but I'd like to make a couple things in my life just a bit nicer for this final shot at it.

    Anyone else having an identity crisis?

    Both HVAC and electrical will require you to do like a 2 year apprenticeship before you can even CONSIDER going out on your own for the big bucks.

    If you get into HVAC it will be 2 years of being some dude's bitch running around moving furnaces and shit, and if you do electrical you'll be the unlucky SOB that gets to feed wires through walls for $7/hr until you become a real sparky.
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    ^ no life loser obsessed with fonaplats
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    Sudo Dark Matter [my hereto riemannian peach]
    This thread reminded me of thr importance of a plan instead of just goals.

    I guess mine would be to get another investment property and build on me land a bit. Have another kid with a bitch who's more stable. Publish something I've written and do some work in the field I have a degree in.

    Fona threads always make me think of being more productive which is TERRIBLE
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy 5 year plan, 10 year plan whatever.
    I have goals, yes, but they don't really include the "how" part.

    I've dicked around plenty and got a lot done but when it comes to long term goals I don't have much to say other than what they are.
    And even then I'm not certain.

    I'm 31 years old and right now I'm wasting my time not focusing and trying when it comes to doing myself.
    I'll go all out on some dummy shit like working overtime and making short term dollars but they get spent just as fast.

    Recently I turned down a better paying job because it had more hours and I would like to at least give myself the opportunity to have more time to make something more of myself than just another wage slave doing some entry-level cock sucker job.

    I've tried coding a couple times now like several of you do but damn is it boring. I like the money part of it though yet it would be a good long while before I see any of that. Also the doing it at my own pace and it not costing me anything to learn is a big plus.

    Looked into electrician work as there is a place local that will pay you to learn and work while you learn. I liked the thought of hands on learning and making money as I do it. I wasn't thrilled with the thought of being electrocuted…

    HVAC sounds like something easy to learn and fairly quick too. It would pay better and open more doors for me also but it doesn't tickle my fancy either.

    Whatever I'm going to find myself doing in 5 or 10 years I hope it is something I have worked hard to do and worked hard to learn to do.

    Honestly I don't feel like I've tried very hard at anything I've done other than waste my own time.

    I'm going to give programming one more go and see how it pans out this time.
    The only difference is that I'm going to set aside time each day and during that time all I'll be doing is working on learning to code.
    There won't be any other options or things that I'll let get in my way with it.
    If shit doesn't stick this time I'm going to be happy I tried and move onto something else.
    I'm getting too old to not know what the fuck I'm doing.

    Anyways, for the next week or 2 I'll be focused on setting myself up for success and will give it another go very soon.
    There isn't much prep work for me to get done before I start but I'd like to make a couple things in my life just a bit nicer for this final shot at it.

    Anyone else having an identity crisis?

    Residential/Commercial electric work is not that hard and if you are not stupid you will not get electrocuted.
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    Lucrimosa African Astronaut
    Maybe niggasin.space is your final endeavor ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Unless your mom spots you a job at microsoft, idk what to tell you. Dayton's fairly brittle bro bro.
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    AngryIVer African Astronaut [my jade controlled morrigan]
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood ^ no life loser obsessed with fonaplats

    Faggot obsessed with men
  14. #14
    Sudo Dark Matter [my hereto riemannian peach]
    The black keys are from Akron, maybe if you commute and are on time you can join them
  15. #15
    5yr plans are not good for anyone, live in the present, the past is gone, the future has yet to happen...live for today for tomorrow we may die. etc.
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson 5yr plans are not good for anyone, live in the present, the past is gone, the future has yet to happen…live for today for tomorrow we may die. etc.

    Then why do you hoard your pittance given to you by your slave masters?
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    Originally posted by Speedy Parker Then why do you hoard your pittance given to you by your slave masters?

    I don't have a rich mommy and daddy/relative to leave me money like you did.
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    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson 5yr plans are not good for anyone, live in the present, the past is gone, the future has yet to happen…live for today for tomorrow we may die. etc.

    ↑ people who believe this also believe they are kangs.
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson I don't have a rich mommy and daddy/relative to leave me money like you did.

    I was already retired with equity and no mortgage. The thing is success breeds success. Too bad you mummy and daddy never learned that.
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker I was already retired with equity and no mortgage. The thing is success breeds success. Too bad you mummy and daddy never learned that.

    P.S. Between myself and my woman we bring home just over $7k per month in retirement and between us own 35 acres.
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