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WSO, They say not to give up and that you'll succeeded, but how much sh*t do you have to go through? How many times do you have to fail in order to succeed?

Need motivation monkeys, dont post YouTube videos of athletes or pornstars...I need real stories.

Mod (Andy) note: See great responses below by UFOinsider & rufiolove

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  • Ambition's picture

    AVP Guerilla great post, I hope the best for you! Thanks for the encouragement

    I want a lady on the street, but a freak in the bed,

    Go Bucks!!

  • Culcet's picture

    First, I want to say that the stories posted by Rufio, UFO, and AVP were amazing. Impressive. I enjoyed reading them and I'm glad you shared your experiences. I SBed each one. With that said, I think I'm going to be the contrarian in this thread and ask you: Are you looking for a means to continue what you're doing? Or are you simply looking for a reason?

    Based on my experiences dealing with hardship, when you really want something bad, you don't really care how much effort the endeavor takes; you don't really care what other people think; in fact, you don't really think at all, you just do. I've come to realize that there is no such thing as hard or easy; rather, you're either doing something you want to do, or something that you don't. How often do you hear people complaining about how much effort that had to exert when sleeping with a hot chick they met at the party last night. Didn't think so.

    If you're feeling burntout and/or disillusioned (and I'm not insinuating that's the case with you; rather, I'm pre-emptively writing this in case someone that is actually unsure about the profession reads this thread), I would recommend re-evaluating why exactly you are doing what you are doing instead of looking for others for encouragement. Otherwise, you run the risk of "wanting" something because you heard stories about how bad other people wanted it, which is downright dangerous.

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  • Ichan's picture

    It's not about the money. It's about the game between people.

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