you don’t need to blame yourself for being set up for failure. that is the school system’s doing. notice how a good portion of people who get high grades and excel in school end up starting at the same place in the financial world as anyone else does. the schools neglect preparing students for sustaining themselves and leave them feeling like losers. and like these other people said, not having friends or good grades is not an accurate measure of what you’re worth, especially if these standards demand you to behave in a certain way or have certain this and that education. they are superficial comfort zones.
if your job hasn’t been bringing in enough income, have you considered a virtual call center job? you can find that and a lot of other higher-paying jobs on google that only require a little work experience, which you have. as long as you keep reaching for what you want, you’re guaranteed to go a lot farther than if you don’t. :) - written 11 months ago
wonderful musician. i hope he stays close to his love for music, it’ll take him far. - written 11 months ago