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Work two jobs…. I know a guy, 12 years now (16 when I met him), when I was doing heavy machinery nights at Lowes, who also worked at Bojangles and brought in 5200 month pre Obama. I was his “boy”/favorite help at Lowes…
-Anyway, they have him as Bojangles manager and he still does Lowes. His house and job sites are within 5 miles of each other…no gas, oil changes, and drives an old 280Z….15 years no car payment‼️ He knows how to do Margins.
—I ate with him Monday to catch up and cheap bastard made me pay for my chicken. I’m pretty sure he’s doing 9000 plus a month combined now and 17 years as night shift head guy in Lowes..
—He put 128, 000 down on a 260,000 home in 2017. I only know that because we happen to be buying at same time.
-For every summer since 16 and most of my life, except undergrad and grad schools, I worked 2 jobs. Really good money at day job and night shift operating heavy machinery at Lowes.
-House and a rental right now. Finally, as of January 2021 one job.
The jobs are there. I’m thinking about hooking with Home Depot or Lowes warehouse over weekend nights starting September1- January 15 for holiday season. With my machinery skill set and willingness to “jump however high required” during that Season should get me 3200 monthly for 4 months.
—More importantly, scratch & dent access from kitchen cabinets, appliances, returned lamp/fan fixtures, Christmas returns etc. I have known machinery people to have an occasional “oops” with appliances and the like too.
Trying to manage another “as is” rental purchase…0
Well, let's start at the basics. Do you have a job? I'm going to say that is your best bet to make money. If you do have a job, what is it that you do for work? Have you gone to school? University? Etc.
Going to need a lot more detail to help. Hopefully, I can indeed give some advice if you give us all a bit more detail. Thanks!2
Enlist into the military as an officer or become a truck driver.
Both offer financial stability. No tricks needed just skill.0
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Proper prioritize and don't be afraid to get overtime if you're employed0
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If you aren't due to inherit large sums of money or ownership of something that could make you money then my suggestion is to join the military and move to Illinois. They have the Illinois veterans grant there which pays full tuition at any Illinois college. Learn something simple but in demand like computer programming. Then, if you come out still single, the trick is to live in a trailer park when you get a programming job and just stuff everything you don't pay for rent or food into the stock market. You'll pay almost no taxes and if you invest wisely you could be a millionaire in ten to fifteen years.
Of course this all involves work and specifically the sort of work called "delayed gratification." There are a lot of people that just plain aren't capable of that. If you are one of them then the only solution is to scam people. You'll have to go into sales. Learn to put on a show. The appeal of this is the gratification is never delayed. The instant you improve at putting on a show is the instant you benefit from putting on a better show. Unless, of course, no one with earned money is around to put on a show for. But then you can comfort yourself by saying it's a free speech violation until someone shows up. I, of course, detest scammers but there is a thin line between being a scammer and being a salesman and I have the utmost respect for effective salesman.
Oh, and if you go the trailer park route you also need to hide the fact that you have money from others. If they find out they will think you are looking down on them and some who fancy themselves "salesman" will try to swindle it out of you. But there are always other trailer parks to move to and eventually you'll want to just a buy a house.