Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by airbud7, Oct 7, 2019.
Waking up at 4:30am every day is definitely not a good experience
At 4:30am, I've been at peak operating efficiency for hours. Incidentally and unrelated, my baking prep and setup was legendary. (In a good way.)
Might become a car or aircraft mechanic. Something satisfying about taking things apart and back together.. like computers.
I used to fix Xerox machines back in the day when they were the only plain paper copying machines. Loved it , they were a nice mix of mechanical and electrical.
Sounds like fun ! If xerox made a car or aircraft I wonder how reliable it would be.
I don't want to change my profession. Rather I want to upgrade my position from one place to another. LOL!
Build computers every day, straight up, for others to enjoy. I may be in IT but, that is something I just do not get to do all that much anymore.
Well, you would be the first to do all that so....... Enjoy, I guess.
I'd probably be a trader in a hedge fund. 16 hour days and tons of stress, but you can retire in your thirties. Live fast, get rich, die young.
The truth is that my stocks tank every time DT opens his mouth! Just when things start to recover he slaps some more tariffs and I'm deep in the red yet again. The upcoming global recession is also downright depressing - makes me feel like I'll never reach my financial goals by putting my money in the US economy. Did I invest in the wrong country?
You sound disappointed? But thanks, I am good at having fun!
It's a job, right?
Very I would say, they were amazingly organised and forward thinking
I think I would like to be a multi millionaire and as a day job manage my own money. Going to companies share holder meetings and so...
I would apply to pirate ship. Just imagine: lovely ladies all over the world, rum, cigars, and exercises on fresh air.
I want to be a multi-millionaire and provide all latest HW to my fellow GURU3D members
Wish you all the best for your success. Carry on!
When I look over to IT security I am really arguing with myself about growing roses instead of working in IT as a network admin.