MADE OF STEEL!
Posted On:5/08/2011 1:36pm
Style: Kung Fu Swordfighting
Originally Posted by Just Guess
Dreams don't pay the bills. That's why activities like painting, dance, fighting, etc are normally approached as hobbies instead of professions. Only the rare few can make real money from them.
I'd like to counter that I make a living as a self-employed artist in the poorest state in the union, and do so because I was never able to find a day job.
What country are you from, Masaka?
The fool thinks himself immortal,
If he hold back from battle;
But old age will grant him no truce,
Even if spears spare him.
Posted On:5/08/2011 1:57pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Apparently he's from Singapore.
Posted On:5/08/2011 11:18pm
Style: Iron Octopus
As someone who has worked for some successful schools and is planning on opening my own one day, money is a big thought for me. It is definitely not for you if you are not 150% passionate about it, because it is a lot of WORK. The people I know who are making good money are literally hustling from 10am-9pm 5 or 6 days a week sometimes. A lot of school owners are burnt out. That's why they turn to things like NAPMA because their sales pitch is "do less and make money hand over fist." I really admire guys like Omega that keep their business going without falling into the trap of laziness and greed.
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