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Memes, Money, and The More You Know: MLLIONAIRE MENTO YOU GET PAID FOR YOUR VALUE, NOT TIME Whether you are an entrepreneur or a normal employee, we all need money to live on, entertain ourselves, travel the world, and just improve our lives in general. Yet, many complain why they don’t make enough. One principle that will make you more money. 👉To put it simply, you must give more value to the world to make more money. For instance, if you are a McDonald’s burger flipper, you probably make minimum wage and barely get by. On the other hand, if you are a neurosurgeon, you probably make 6 figures or more per year. Both may even work around the same amount of hours. Therefore, what we need to learn here is that we aren’t paid for our time. We can go find just about any human being anywhere and pay them for just there time. We get paid for what we bring to each hour of the day. Our impact and how replaceable we are is what really makes our income grow or shrink. - To increase your income dramatically, impact more people in a positive way. If you’re an average, minimum wage employee, get some experience, learn how other positions work, and try to apply for a higher level position. If you hate your current job, you could get a higher education to help qualify you for higher level jobs. The more you know and the more experience you get, the better chance you have of landing a more important position that makes a bigger impact on a company. Therefore, the company has to pay you more for your time. - You’re welcome! - value success millionairementor
Memes, Money, and The More You Know: MLLIONAIRE MENTO
 YOU GET PAID FOR
 YOUR VALUE, NOT TIME
Whether you are an entrepreneur or a normal employee, we all need money to live on, entertain ourselves, travel the world, and just improve our lives in general. Yet, many complain why they don’t make enough. One principle that will make you more money. 👉To put it simply, you must give more value to the world to make more money. For instance, if you are a McDonald’s burger flipper, you probably make minimum wage and barely get by. On the other hand, if you are a neurosurgeon, you probably make 6 figures or more per year. Both may even work around the same amount of hours. Therefore, what we need to learn here is that we aren’t paid for our time. We can go find just about any human being anywhere and pay them for just there time. We get paid for what we bring to each hour of the day. Our impact and how replaceable we are is what really makes our income grow or shrink. - To increase your income dramatically, impact more people in a positive way. If you’re an average, minimum wage employee, get some experience, learn how other positions work, and try to apply for a higher level position. If you hate your current job, you could get a higher education to help qualify you for higher level jobs. The more you know and the more experience you get, the better chance you have of landing a more important position that makes a bigger impact on a company. Therefore, the company has to pay you more for your time. - You’re welcome! - value success millionairementor

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9/11, Bitch, and College: guilty hipster TV show idea: Baby boomers have to switch life situations with a millennial for a year. The millennial gets to live in their house (which they paid off like thirty or forty years ago) and work at their job that provides a good salary and benefits. The baby boomer has to live in the millennial's shitty, overpriced apartment and struggle to pay rent and work a minimum wage part-time job as well as an unpaid internship in their (the baby boomer's) field. The show can be called Switching Cribs and every time the baby boomer throws a tantrum a little cartoon of a baby crying appears in the corner of the screen. misscheetahroo Fund it. guilty hipster With what money I'm a millennial okay this is an example of why I get really annoyed when people call me or other people my age a millennial. like most people say the millennial generation ends around 1995 (in other words you're part of Generation Z if you don't remember 9-11 or the world before it bc that's the primary cutoff). like, um, sorry not sorry @ u millennial sweaties who decided "I'm gonna go out of state to an expensive liberal arts college with no scholarships and major in gender studies" and then blame older people for your crippling financial status. the whole millennial generation is, like, split in 2, and I see the same thing taking place in generation Z. you have one half that is at least somewhat motivated, that's successful financially, that knows its realistic capabilities, and that doesn't blame the world for all its problems. then you have another half that does the complete opposite. I mean all generations have this but it's really prominent now. the main thing I love about not being a millennial is that my generation doesn't, like, live fearfully bc all our lives we've known the world isn't safe whereas millennials knew of a world before 9-11 where global terrorism couldn't yet reach the USA. now with generation Z, we're like "try me, bitch" and then we make memes and I can't wait for us to hold political power. also millennials are way more left-leaning and politically divided than generation z and as someone who has a decently sized influence on the internet and who calls himself a member of gen z, I love having you guys talk about politics and stuff because I don't want the USA-world to be as divided ideologically as it is now and if I'm able to have at least a small number of you guys share that desire for the future with me, then I will feel fulfilled tbh honest.
9/11, Bitch, and College: guilty hipster
 TV show idea:
 Baby boomers have to switch life situations with
 a millennial for a year. The millennial gets to live
 in their house (which they paid off like thirty or
 forty years ago) and work at their job that
 provides a good salary and benefits. The baby
 boomer has to live in the millennial's shitty,
 overpriced apartment and struggle to pay rent
 and work a minimum wage part-time job as well
 as an unpaid internship in their (the baby
 boomer's) field.
 The show can be called Switching Cribs and
 every time the baby boomer throws a tantrum a
 little cartoon of a baby crying appears in the
 corner of the screen.
 misscheetahroo
 Fund it.
 guilty hipster
 With what money
 I'm a millennial
okay this is an example of why I get really annoyed when people call me or other people my age a millennial. like most people say the millennial generation ends around 1995 (in other words you're part of Generation Z if you don't remember 9-11 or the world before it bc that's the primary cutoff). like, um, sorry not sorry @ u millennial sweaties who decided "I'm gonna go out of state to an expensive liberal arts college with no scholarships and major in gender studies" and then blame older people for your crippling financial status. the whole millennial generation is, like, split in 2, and I see the same thing taking place in generation Z. you have one half that is at least somewhat motivated, that's successful financially, that knows its realistic capabilities, and that doesn't blame the world for all its problems. then you have another half that does the complete opposite. I mean all generations have this but it's really prominent now. the main thing I love about not being a millennial is that my generation doesn't, like, live fearfully bc all our lives we've known the world isn't safe whereas millennials knew of a world before 9-11 where global terrorism couldn't yet reach the USA. now with generation Z, we're like "try me, bitch" and then we make memes and I can't wait for us to hold political power. also millennials are way more left-leaning and politically divided than generation z and as someone who has a decently sized influence on the internet and who calls himself a member of gen z, I love having you guys talk about politics and stuff because I don't want the USA-world to be as divided ideologically as it is now and if I'm able to have at least a small number of you guys share that desire for the future with me, then I will feel fulfilled tbh honest.

okay this is an example of why I get really annoyed when people call me or other people my age a millennial. like most people say the millen...