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We’ve all been programmed to be poor

by kodoninja Posted: 10 months ago

We’ve all been programmed to be poor

Have you ever had the feeling that everything may just be a simulation? Now hold on a sec! Hear me out. I’ll back my claims with proof and statistics, just bear with me. Think back to grade school, high school & college. Have you ever noticed the strong push for getting a good job or a high-salary-paying career? It was spoken gospel as if it was the only path for survival. Working 40+ years, retiring on a 401k, etc., possibly retire a “millionaire” in your 60’s. Then spend the rest of your life retired on an island...


That is the message they drill in kids well into teen and adulthood. The education system was designed in elementary school to teach us all to be followers. Those who sit still, behave, do what is told, and be obedient workers at a job. Some of whom will take their education seriously. Aiming to become one of the top earners at a reputable career. Or perhaps starting their own business a dropout. Or graduate to become an outlier; To become overly obsessional at their craft, business, etc.


Since the early 18th to 19th century during the industrial revolution; Capitalism and industry became the primary focus for education in countries such as England and America. Pushing the need for obedient (technical knowledgeable) workers to man the machines and manage the facilities. This meant throughout k-12, there has been a strong focus to prepare you for just the right amount of knowledge and education to survive the basics throughout life. 


So why you may ask; What does this have to do with being programmed to be poor? Everything. There is no push for financial education. Ironically there are many books on how to grow your money. How to invest, trade. How to recondition what you were taught, and learn to think for growth and improvement. You name it there are books, blogs, research, etc. on the topics. There are so many ways to make money, however, none of them is taught to you. The information is there for those who actively and relentlessly seek it. 


Conclusion

Whether you are aware of it or not, your life and journey have essentially been determined for you. It’s up to you to choose who you want to be. There’s nothing wrong with being like everyone else if that's your desire. Being good at your job, doing what you told, moving up the ladder, and retiring at 59+ years old on your 401k. 


Optimally it's not your fault if you have this mentality. This work till you retire, is the same old shit that’s been happening for decades. Almost anyone who’s been embedded into the work culture has the same conditioned dream. To fucking survive, not get fired and hope for the best. Oh! And floss on the other employees while you're at it. (Blue Pill Society) We’ve been all programmed to not go outside the box and to fear those who have.


Or you can live an exciting life with winding roads. Putting it all on the line for your dreams for whatever that may be. Anything outside what you have been trained for. Become your own employee. TAKE RISK!!! Sign your own checks, take long breaks, go and work on vacation. Whatever. Starting a business, becoming a professional athlete, a freelancer, independent contractor... You are the boss of your own life you decide. Not some guy who’s your boss that also has a boss, that has a boss... Or become a hybrid work for someone and work for yourself, it’s your life. 


Develop a solid game plan and escape the simulation. Sometimes working at a place you despise is necessary to put food on your table for you and your family. But it shouldn’t be the only thing going for you. If you lose your job you're more than likely to suffer. Take small steps to plant seeds and spread your eggs out in multiple baskets. This platform will get you well on your way to financial freedom if that’s what you choose to do.

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