Although Gucci Little Piggy is an outstanding writer, I stopped reading his blog because it was too negative and bitter. A Twitter link to an article shows why he’s a bit unhappy with the world:
I had top grades among Finance students but just didn’t think or know and hadn’t been told how important internships were. So I just focused only on school work because that’s what I was best at. So I graduated and didn’t immediately find a job so I decided to enroll in a master’s econ program. [Now I wait tables.]
Well, GLP, let me help you and other men like you. You are smart. You are a very good writer. You have an audience.
How about you stop writing about how evil black people are and start a personal finance blog? Steve Sailer and The Derb’ are both broke. Why end up like them?
Why not start a SEO’ed personal finance blog just for men with posts like:
- How to Get Out of Debt;
- How to Improve Your Credit;
- How to Invest in Index Funds;
- Top Personal Finance Books;
- How I Ruined My Life By Buying a House With My Girlfriend;
- How I Ruined My Life By Going to Graduate School.
Read James Altucher’s blog and copy his narrative style. Go to the Warrior Forum to start learning internet marketing.
Publish two posts every week. Promote your blog to your manosphere buddies. Go to the library to read personal finance books. Read other blogs to get more content.
After 3 months you will have a blog that you can monetize. Write an ebook. Create an affiliate marketing page. Or affiliate market other personal finance books.
Your current audience would be interested in personal finance subjects. Most men have the same problems you have.
You could make money affiliate marketing credit card offers and credit monitoring services. You could add a first-person narrative recounting your struggle in repaying loans. I also think you had a foreclosure. Why not write a short ebook about that?
I could start such a blog but have a couple of other good hustles going on right now. So I’m giving the idea to you. Or at least I’m giving you a 3 month head start. You need to the money more than I do. Run with it.
There are a lot of ways for GLP and all of you “overeducated” people to earn some spare change online. If you can write you can earn a living online. Let me say that again:
If you can write you can earn money online.
It means you need to start treating your writing like a job. You want to write about how blacks and Mexicans are destroying Western Civilization? Too bad, you’re broke.
Roosh makes a handsome living writing about feminism. Do you guys make any money belly aching about American women?
If you are broke, you do not have the right to do things that feel good.
Besides, having money feels better than talking about social problems.
Write about something that makes you money, not something that gives you a short-term dopamine rush. Basing your actions on a short-term “feelings of goodness” is feminine and makes you no different from the women you criticize.
Find your own hustle.
Roosh has his hustle. I have mine. You need to find yours. (You can also start promoting iHerb coupon code, which I highly recommend.)
What’s your hustle? That’s your job to figure out.
Adopt the winning mindset. Start from the proposition that, “I am worth an hour of my day’s labor.”
Charlie Munger, as a very young lawyer, was probably getting $20 an hour. He thought to himself, ‘Who’s my most valuable client?’ And he decided it was himself. So he decided to sell himself an hour each day. He did it early in the morning, working on these construction projects and real estate deals. Everybody should do this, be the client, and then work for other people, too, and sell yourself an hour a day.” Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life.
You don’t get to treat writing like a fun hobby. Treat your writing like a business.
“If you treat your business like a hobby, it will pay you like a hobby. If you treat your business like a business, it will pay you like a business.” – Lloyd Irvin.
You guys need to think strategically. Read and internalize Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography. Ask yourself, “Is this activity earning me money?”
If you are broke, you cannot afford to do anything that does not make you money. You cannot afford to have friends. You cannot afford to watch the news. You cannot afford to play on Twitter. You cannot afford to do anything that does not make you money.” – Danger & Play’s Principles of Success: For Game and for Life.
Cut out all the losers in your life. Create a better environment. Invest in yourself. Build a crew of like-minded men who share your goals. Seek out your superiors for their assistance. Become an apprentice.
Watch all of Frank Kern’s videos. Look at blogs that are earning cash. Reverse engineer them. Most importantly…
Frank Kern: Stop Being a Pussy and Start Making Money Online
Lloyd Irvin Talks About the Importance of Multiple Income Streams
I can’t tell you where to go from here. Most will not even comprehend the full implications of what we’ve discussed.
I can tell you that you are now facing a fork in the road. Will you find a way to work for yourself, to create multiple streams of income that prevents you from being a slave to a time clock?
Since I’m not selling an internet marketing products, the Federal Trade Commission cannot prevent me from saying what I’m about to say. I can make promises and give a guarantee of success.
If you follow the principles articulated above, within one year you will be making a decent side income online.
Now what? I have forum software installed. Should we form a private Mastermind Group?
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