Things you need to do and know.

  • Stop idolizing people you don't know.

  • Stop wasting money on expensive watches, perfumes and clothes. I'm saying this as a someone who spent more than 10m$ on watches and 3k$-4k$ on a single perfume. The reason you want these things is that because you've been brainwashed since your childhood to participate in consumerism. There's no real value behind these things. If your goal is to show that you got money, just say your salary. Believe me, people will be more impressed by your salary than your 500k$ watch. Those who will not care about your watch, will not be impressed by your salary either. But, at least you will keep that 500k$.

  • Religion is a lie. When you die, most likely, you will be lost in eternal darkness. Accept it, and move on.

  • Don't vote. Other than the illusion of basic differences, all of the parties around the world follows a single agenda, and those who do not dies.

  • Eat meat, fish, butter and vegetables. Stop eating sugar, seed oils, soy and processed foods. Veganism is here to make you submissive by increasing the estrogen and reducing the testosterone in your endocrine system.

  • Carnivore diet and fasting helps with depression and most basic medical problems.

  • Don't drink alcohol excessively, and don't smoke.

  • Humans are polygamous. Men has biological need to spread his seed to different kinds of women. You may restrict yourself from polyamory but you will always continue to desire other women. Those who have no problem with monogamy are usually the poor/unsuccesful or the people who have strong self-control (which are the minority)

  • Regardless of gender/race/politics 99.9% of the population is stupid.

  • Education system is prepearing you to become a slave for the ''elite'' and corporations.

  • Even if you have a PhD in quantum physics from MIT, won a nobel prize and got the support of 2 billion people around the world, your opinion still may be wrong.

  • Feminism and gender equality is a lie. It has been started by corporations to pay lower salaries by increasing the working population, and its being continued by mentally disabled, bitter, lonely women and unsuccesful men.

  • Women are physically and mentally inferior to men.

  • Don't donate your money to any organization.

  • Being transgender/queer/non-binary/gay is caused by mental and physical deformities. It's not natural or right. It should be treated by medical professionals. But, that doesn't mean that you have to humiliate or degrade these people. They have freedom to do whatever they want. Just be nice to everyone regardless of their choices.

  • Climate change is a lie. Thanks to BlackRock's investment strategies.

  • Not a single big company cares about diversity/equality. You can thanks to BlackRock and WEF for rising wokeism.

  • You can't reach to the 'top' without losing your ethics and morals.

  • Visit a 3rd world country before your 30s. See those people who are living there, and how terrible their lives is. Seeing those people in that situtation will have a big impact on your life. It's so much different than watching in the news or Youtube.

  • If you're visiting a country where the minimum wage is lower than 300$-400$, tip everyone. They will happily accept it.

  • If you don't like your family, don't feel obligated to talk to them. But, if you had a good childhood and like your parents, buy gifts for them, make them happy. Don't forget your grandparents. Talking to them for couple of minutes will not cause any change in your life, but you will make their day.

  • Seek pleasure in life. That's the only thing that matters.

  • Invest in metaverse but don't participate in it.

  • Use people without destroying their lives, because most of them would do the same.

  • If you are planning to marry, use that 500k$ and get the best lawyer you can.

  • Before having a child with your partner, consult to a lawyer.

  • Don't use social media. For the sake of your mind and career.

  • Never trust and love someone more than yourself.

  • Don't argue with anyone to prove your beliefs. Instead question yourself.

I wish a good life to all of you.

Comments (29)

Jan 25, 2022 - 12:24pm
Fast and Fiduciary, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Dont you think, that to some extent, money is meant to be spent? What good is it if you're 80 years old and dying and have $100 million in your bank account? I think if you have the money, why not get that watch you like? Why not buy the car you want? I don't think it's good to get caught up in materialism, but if you're genuinely interested in watches and want a nice one, and spending the money won't affect you, then why not have it.

Jan 25, 2022 - 1:39pm
freud_d, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I wouldn't say cars, because cars are very different than watches. A 50$ watch has the same effect on your arm as the 1m$ watch (other than impressing others). But, driving a McLaren feels so much better than driving a Toyota/BMW. When you buy an expensive car, you buy an experience. The watch is only for fitting in or impressing others. Experiences may be expensive, buy they're still an experience.

I would prefer spending all of my money on experiences instead of materalistic things. If you have too much money, sure, spend your money on materialistic things. But, not many people have that kind of money.

After selling some of my watches, I rented a small yacht in Argentina and took some of my friends and family to Antarctica. Even though most people wouldn't be able to rent a yacht, you can take group tours to visit Antarctica. It's one of the most beatiful places on this planet but not many people even aware that they can visit there. I'm certain that so many people on this forum have watches that worth more than 50k$+ but hasn't seen more than 10 countries.

Experiences brings joy to your life, gives you different perspectives and thoughts.

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Jan 25, 2022 - 1:44pm
Isaiah_53_5 💎🙌💎🙌💎, what's your opinion? Comment below:

A $50 watch does not have the same effect as my Garmin Fenix watch.

"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." - Bruce Lee

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Jan 25, 2022 - 2:08pm
Ferris Bueller, what's your opinion? Comment below:

100% this on experiences. Going to a safari in Kruger/Maasai Mara/Serengeti, gorilla tracking in Rwanda, visit New Zealand, or Patagonia, are and will be amazing experiences you'll remember for a lifetime. They'll be photos you actually will go back at look at after the fact. And if you can do it with the people you love, even better. Like OPs post, if we go into infinite darkness in the end, then why not spend your time living and exploring? But at the end of the day, money and working hard helps you gain the ability to do it in the style you would want it to be.

Jan 25, 2022 - 12:24pm
Isaiah_53_5 💎🙌💎🙌💎, what's your opinion? Comment below:

This post is a joke.

"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." - Bruce Lee

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Jan 25, 2022 - 1:42pm
thatREbro, what's your opinion? Comment below:

There are a few legit items here, namely don't drink excessively or smoke, PhD's aren't any smarter about topics they aren't educated in, and avoid social media, the rest is completely sociopathic and so far removed from reality.

Jan 25, 2022 - 1:53pm
trustmeimanengineer, what's your opinion? Comment below:

There are some good nuggets here. The 2 most freeing things for me is: 1. No social media. I have accounts so my wife can tag me but do not visit them. 2. Stop being a slave to things. I buy the same 10 things over and over. Ralph Lauren pants/shirts fit me best. I buy a ton of them. I could give a shit about the label. Only thing that fits my fat ass. IDGAF about prestigious labels or cars. Materialism is the surefire path to depression.

Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
GoingToBeAnMD, what's your opinion? Comment below:

People who think of watches as "materialistic" are exactly the kind of people that Rolex does not want to sell to. 

I've studied jewelry and I even have some certifications from the GIA (no, seriously). Jewelry is supposed to evoke an emotion and/or a memory from the wearer. In true fine jewelry fashion, you wear the piece for yourself, not others. It's a special reminder of person, place, achievement or something else that is special to you (and maybe only you). A Rolex isn't a watch to tell time - their watches aren't terribly accurate (at least not by serious horology standards), even Rolex themselves will tell you that. A Rolex is a trophy for life's events. That's the person Rolex wants to sell to. 

If you've managed to amass $10m in watches and still view them as materialistic it merely means that you haven't achieved anything. 

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Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
IncomingIBDreject, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I have to think he meant $10k on that one...

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Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
jarstar1, what's your opinion? Comment below:

You might have studied jewelry, but you clearly haven't studied horology. 

1) Rolex is very accurate by *mechanical* horology standards, they make their watches to +/-2 seconds a day, COSC chronometers are only held to -4/+6 seconds/day. Sure it doesn't compare to even a Walmart quartz, but for mechanical watches, the fact that they have their entire lineup at a higher standard than COSC watches already put them in the top end of mechanical watchmaking. Plus, their advances in tribology, hairsprings, shock resistance, and magnetic shielding put them in the top performers for mechanical watches. 

2) Rolexes are more than just jewelry, their dedication to advancing technology and watchmaking is possibly unparalleled in the watch world. Sure, houses like Ulysse Nardin came out with the Freak and half a dozen brands have their own non-hairspring oscillators, but those are rarely put into serial production and are analogous to concept cars. The closest that would come to Rolex's advancements would be Omega with the Coaxial escapement. They design and manufacture their own lubricants, they have their own foundries for creating their own alloys of gold and steel, they developed their own hairsprings that are amagnetic and their own Paraflex shock absorbers. You can only care about micromechanics and engineering and love Rolex as much as someone who adores their gemstone encrusted models. 

3) Rolex is far more than just a trophy for anyone who is interested in watchmaking. They have pioneered numerous firsts (waterproof case, screwdown crown, date window, etc.) and most of their lineup has serious history horological and otherwise. Their designs are icons that are readily recognized around the world, the Datejust, Day-Date, Submariner and Daytona are some of the most desired watches around the world. Edmund Hillary was wearing an Explorer when he summitted Everest (I don't think Tenzing Norgay was wearing a watch). It was a Rolex that accompanied James Cameron to the bottom of the Marianas Trench. The gold Day-Date was worn by so many US presidents it got the nickname The President, which Rolex commemorated by naming the style of bracelet the President bracelet. Paul Newman made a Daytona variant so famous it was the most expensive wristwatch ever auctioned off, a record it kept for two years before Patek took the crown (pun 100% intended). 

The bottom line is Rolex is one of the top watch manufacturers out there, and they do it at a scale almost no other comparable brand can compete with (again, Omega being the closest, but still pretty far off). Some people see them as jewelry or a status symbol or conspicuous consumption, but people who know the brand understand they are the Crown for a reason. The design, horology, and quality all combine to make a watch that's far greater than the sum of its parts. 

Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
GoingToBeAnMD, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Cool story bro. 

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Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
freud_d, what's your opinion? Comment below:

- Women are way more emotional.

- Because their beauty and pussy are the most valuable things on this planet, most of them don't need anything other than their beauty to have a good life. Big percentage of women try to improve their appearence to attract men with wealth and power. While men study, read and learn to gain power and money to attract these women.

- They don't want to take risks, and choose easier paths while men love competetion and beating others in the race because of testosterone.

All of these reasons, and many other reasons that I can't list here causes them to be mentally inferior to men. Like I said, 99.9% our population is stupid,  and women are slightly more likely to be stupid.
 

Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
GoldenCinderblock, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Это твоё мнение, голубчик

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Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

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Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
Short Caller, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Это скорее универсальная истина, чем мнение, старая ворона

Jan 25, 2022 - 2:10pm
OverlyAdjustedEBITDA, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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