why don't more people live with their parents and try and start their own business
I feel like I'm Neo and I just took the red pill a few weeks ago when I realized that I could just try and do my own shit for a while and see if it works out instead of being a corporate slave in the Matrix.
I felt like corporate waste at my last job, I was working from home and typically only had 1-1.5 hours of work to do in the nine hour work day. it sounds nice to get paid to basically lay on your couch and check your phone every ten minutes, I won't lie - it is kind of nice - but I felt like there had to be more to life than laying on my couch and checking my phone every ten minutes. so I quit this job a couple weeks back to work on two separate business ventures.
it's only been a couples of weeks since I started working on these two businesses and I've already made a decent amount of progress on one of them - I had pretty much been floundering since I graduated from school two years ago, so it feels good to have something that is bringing some greater sense of meaning to my life bros.
take the red pill bros. move back in with your parents, reduce your monthly burn rate, break up with your girlfriend (no time for dating in entrepreneur life), create ample runway to try and chart your own course.
even if you fail (small chance you will fail given how upper echelon you are to be browsing WSO and reading this post in the first place) - you will be more likely to get a spot at HBS when compared to the PE/IB slaves who never even tried to escape the matrix.
the world is changing and you need equity if you want to be fucking bad bitches from Stanford.