The funny thing is people actually google or search for these phrases under the true naive belief that if there were a straight forward answer, a simple search query would deliver it to you. Just like what you see on the heavily curated site that is Wikipedia, yes, there are answers to be had. But there are millions of contradicting opinions and like Sean Carter stated, “Everybody can tell you how to do it, they never did it.” Proof is in something being brought to fruition, not in theory.
Now my arrogance or delusion (you pick) is strong enough to state that I’m confident, despite being heavily in debt, that once I have this set it and “forget it” method set up, it will flourish and money will pour in. Whether or not that happens has yet to be seen, but it must be noted that the fact that action is taking place puts me in a better position than the millions of people that waste their breath as opposed to line their ducks.
actual $ not stocks – both – hw the diary of a soon to be millionaire created long beforehand
clear revenue plan throughout travel, 1 tab browsers. address not pile
Why is money and the million dollar sum the obsession? Because we want everything in life for ourselves and our families and to just live. Some of us feel free and not confined by quite appropriate and relevant societal constraints. Others feel differently.
It doesn’t have to be a million, in fact it should either be much more or much less. It’s what will serve the purposes and hopes you have in your life, not a miscellaneous monetary sum.
“A goal without a plan is only a wish.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
INT. ABORTION CLINIC – FLASHBACK – TWO YEARS EARLIER
Jacquelyn sits reading a newspaper, surprisingly calm for having just gone through with an abortion. Her husband enters the room, fuming. She aborted their child without talking it over with him.
STEPHEN: Really Jackie? Fucking how could you?
JACQUELYN: I don’t understand this world! Until I can, it would be unfair to burden another life. How could I possibly guide another without any actual answers?
STEPHEN: You didn’t even fucking ask!
JACQUELYN: It wasn’t an option for you to refute.
STEPHEN: Of course. (beat, fuming) Why don’t you go back to focusing on dreams? Know you’ll never be able to understand them, and probably never have children. Not with me, I’m done.
JACQUELYN: (meekly trying to change his mind) Stephen, calm down.
Stephen stares at her coldly for a second before quickly exiting the room.
She sighs, resolute in the finality of his statement.
After a moment she fails to continue to control herself and erupts into uncontrollable crying.
Clearly alluding to the backstory of Stephen and Jacquelyn’s primary reason for divorce, I felt that this scene was better referenced in a brief line of dialogue by Jacquelyn, rather than a fully fledged flashback scene. I also didn’t want to showcase her being as vulnerable as bursting out into tears. She’s too tough to be that human.
INT. NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
A SCIENTIST argues with Jacquelyn as she’s perusing some biological books. He recognizes her pseudo-celebrity and argues how wrong her assertions have been in the past.
JACQUELYN: And I quote, “If sleep doesn’t serve an absolutely vital function, it is the greatest mistake evolution ever made.”
“The only safe thing is to take a chance.” Mike Nichols
*** Like most things online it’s hard to say whether these quotes originate with the person they’re attributed to. Regardless, they’re a tool to hopefully inspire you and so does it matter as much as the point the words convey?