Figure out one main skill that you do best. This is the thing that is sometimes the most difficult for anyone first starting out. How do you know what you should do and how do you know if it will be really profitable or not?
How does that make sense? We no longer live in an era where physical labor is something the majority of workers do, so how is physical exhaustion the sign of a job well done?
Quitting immediately isn’t always an option so they have to find a way to stick it out.
Stigma: Millennials are impatient. No, we are eager.
Go find yourself a job you’re passionate about, and turn that into a career you’re passionate about.
They won’t cheat on you: Most importantly, programmers spend a lot of time assessing compatibility. They will only commit when they are ready and, once they do, they will do whatever it takes to keep the relationship functioning.
Come up with all the things you daydream about. What have you always wanted to try but never had time for?
Dreaming of being a Lawyer is real but dreaming of being a Writer… is a dream? Yes we need lawyers but why don’t we need art, writers, artists, musicians?
You’re making your life harder than it has to be when you fail to take any risks, when you’re always settling. You shouldn’t settle in life, stop waiting for the ‘perfect’ moment to go after what you want because honestly, the perfect moment will never come.
Stripping may appear to be about the Benjamins, but narcissism is its real currency. Every dollar you get is an affirmation of your beauty and desirability.