What motivates you? Could your surroundings be stopping you? Are you your best you?

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  • Star NineStar Nine Posts: 1,719 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 26,485 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years
    Star Nine
  • fortyacresfortyacres Posts: 2,121 Regulator
    humanity motivates me , im generally an optimist and believe in science and the greater good.
  • Star NineStar Nine Posts: 1,719 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years

    why you moving?
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 26,485 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years

    why you moving?

    we just looking to live two more places before we are done, Singapore and Cali then retiring in the DR
    BigBallsNoWorries
  • BigBallsNoWorriesBigBallsNoWorries Posts: 4,843 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years

    why you moving?

    we just looking to live two more places before we are done, Singapore and Cali then retiring in the DR
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years

    why you moving?

    we just looking to live two more places before we are done, Singapore and Cali then retiring in the DR

    I got a guy I know from Singapore

    he said it's one of the most safest and cleanest places, but with the weirdest laws ever


    Gum is considered contrabrand
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 26,485 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years

    why you moving?

    we just looking to live two more places before we are done, Singapore and Cali then retiring in the DR
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    Star Nine wrote: »
    money is my motivation


    Right now im just focusing on getting this degree and moving to Switzerland so i can make some real money...

    I'm in Switzerland now bruh. what you need to know?

    still got at least two years to make the move. but how is zurich or switzerland as whole? never been there. Also how true is that you cannot get employment unless you know german, i will be getting into software development.

    Swiss German. if you speak Swiss German and English, you good. but even high German is widely excepted.

    but yes, it would be very hard to find a job outside of the pharma industry or Nestle.

    Zurich is the shit. It's like a college town. you cont compare it to other places in Swiss. in Geneva you need money. In Basel, it's a small town with not much to do but masquerades as a big international city.

    once you get a gig here....you will make a shit load of money, but things cost alot. si get ready to make like over $100k but a burger costing 11 ch.

    it's the most forward thinking ass backwards country in the world

    From what i have been reading there should be a good amount of dev jobs google and ibm are in zurich plus there is also the banks. yep my motivation to move there is mostly for the money but also to take things to the next level i could stay in the uk but the salaries are better in zurich than london

    alot of people I know commute to London everyday. it's an hour flight.

    they do have tins if banks...but they are hard to get into if your not Swiss.

    also, IC you want to know if it's black people in Switzerland.... Bern and Biel is Like Atlanta.

    dominicans and Africans all thru there..

    nice bodies too.

    salute might hit up behind the scenes if i do make the move

    if you decide to visit let me know....if I'm there I'll show you around.


    I'll be there for about 2-3 more years

    why you moving?

    we just looking to live two more places before we are done, Singapore and Cali then retiring in the DR

    I got a guy I know from Singapore

    he said it's one of the most safest and cleanest places, but with the weirdest laws ever


    Gum is considered contrabrand

    yes....before we went to swiss we considered Singapore first... it was a reason I don't remey right off hand we put it on the back burner...I think I was because of my dog an import shit...

    I'm not sure tho
  • T. SanfordT. Sanford Trill Doggy Dogg (Legion Of Trill) Posts: 24,418 ✭✭✭✭✭
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Stay away from negative people that enables negative thoughts. Stay away from people that shoot down your aspirations but never & will never provide words of encouragement. Even thought you can use their energy to overcome your adversity. Stay away from the unhappy & unlucky. Stay away from those who will put you in a bind & detrimental to your value. I once heard a quote from a video that stated "some people want to see you do good but never better than them". @2stepz_ahead You are a person with wealth, so I can only imagine the things that some relatives & close ones did or said to attempt to throw you off of your goals

    i got some stories that will make you want to fight or wonder how didnt i kill someone...cuz i came very close.

    i honestly had to cut off all my family except my mother.

    while some may not understand...money, success and wealth and wanting to do better changes alot.

    people feel entitled or want to "humble" you, or put you in a situation that will cause you to lose it all.

    I often said i would share my stories here...but just never got to doing it.

    its crazy cause at the end of the day.....with all i built, and all the sacrifices i made to get to where i am.....I am very thankful but there was many a time I began to resent my success

    That's what it look like it is going to come down to with me. Its crazy how some of your fam react when you are planning to break the generation curse
    MeesterSion
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 26,485 ✭✭✭✭✭
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Stay away from negative people that enables negative thoughts. Stay away from people that shoot down your aspirations but never & will never provide words of encouragement. Even thought you can use their energy to overcome your adversity. Stay away from the unhappy & unlucky. Stay away from those who will put you in a bind & detrimental to your value. I once heard a quote from a video that stated "some people want to see you do good but never better than them". @2stepz_ahead You are a person with wealth, so I can only imagine the things that some relatives & close ones did or said to attempt to throw you off of your goals

    i got some stories that will make you want to fight or wonder how didnt i kill someone...cuz i came very close.

    i honestly had to cut off all my family except my mother.

    while some may not understand...money, success and wealth and wanting to do better changes alot.

    people feel entitled or want to "humble" you, or put you in a situation that will cause you to lose it all.

    I often said i would share my stories here...but just never got to doing it.

    its crazy cause at the end of the day.....with all i built, and all the sacrifices i made to get to where i am.....I am very thankful but there was many a time I began to resent my success

    That's what it look like it is going to come down to with me. Its crazy how some of your fam react when you are planning to break the generation curse

    dont let it get to you.

    it can begin to bother you after a while, trust me.

    but look at it like this.

    you can either lower your standards to make them happy and you resent where you could go with your potential that could help generations down the line, or you can do you....and be the Patriarch of your family, the one who started it all.

    it has to start somewhere
    Young_ChitlinSionLady_Capoeira
  • Young_ChitlinYoung_Chitlin YCN Chief/FCC Member/#RedVelvetSquad Member/IC Task Force General/Future Lawyer ASUville, PhoenixPosts: 20,930 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 14
    I'm so close to paying off my student loans, any money I get I go to Chase Bank and deposit it and immediately call my student loan company to make a payment. I told the beautiful Latina bank teller about it just now, and she gave no fucks. She got upset with having to remind me about the policy that apparently you cannot make deposits at the bank only using coins. I respect​ the policy, but few people truly comprehend ​the motivation I have to get out of debt.
    TheBoyRoSion
  • Young_ChitlinYoung_Chitlin YCN Chief/FCC Member/#RedVelvetSquad Member/IC Task Force General/Future Lawyer ASUville, PhoenixPosts: 20,930 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The most painstakingly crafted plans are useless if we can't manage to act on them.
    That's why entrepreneur and bestselling author Tony Robbins says that success is achieved through a plan that is 80 percent psychological and 20 percent strategic. First and foremost, your mind has to be set.
    "What we really have to do is get ourselves to follow through, and the reason why most people don't follow through is because their psychology is messed up," Robbins tells CNBC. "How do you change your psychology? I don't mean be positive, I mean be smart."

    Identifying unconscious mistakes we might be making is key. In his new book "Unshakeable," Robbins lays out some of the most common mental traps and presents a blueprint for avoiding them.
    "PSYCHOLOGY EITHER MAKES OR BREAKS YOU."
    -Tony Robbins, Author, "Unshakeable"
    In most cases, Robbins says, our challenges are born from inaccurate recollections and false beliefs. Some of the biggest issues he sees among his clients are confirmation bias, recency bias and loss aversion. Here's how you can learn to overcome each.
    Confirmation bias, or a pattern in which individuals seek only information that will reaffirm what they already believe to be true, can be countered by asking challenging questions of yourself and others and seeking out informed individuals that disagree with you.
    Recency bias is the belief that current trends, good or bad, will continue. Robbins says the solution is to create a checklist of all the steps you're taking towards your goal and refer to it frequently. That will help you stay on track, whatever current conditions may be.
    Loss aversion is the tendency to recall negative experiences more readily than positive ones and to let those darker memories shape your expectations for the future. This can be overcome, Robbins says, by actively planning in advance for challenges and setbacks. These bumps in the road are inevitable and don't need to be feared.
    By identifying the ways in which psychology can work against you, Robbins says, you can establish a healthier outlook. That makes executing a smart strategy far simpler.
    "Psychology either makes or breaks you," Robbins writes, "so it's imperative to have a robust system that enables you to stay on target."
    Sion
  • Young_ChitlinYoung_Chitlin YCN Chief/FCC Member/#RedVelvetSquad Member/IC Task Force General/Future Lawyer ASUville, PhoenixPosts: 20,930 ✭✭✭✭✭
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