[Advocacy] Make your children geniuses with this new food

Brandi hypsipyle at smokecall.icu
Tue May 14 09:44:29 AEST 2019

Diane Sawyer with Mark Cuban
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Mark Cuban- the outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks was broke in the late 90s.Then he discovered an IQ-super booster that propelled him into great fortune.Diane Sawyer has the inside scoop on how Mark Cuban amassed wealth by taking a synthesized IQ-enhancer.

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Diane and Mark - the Full Interview

You don't need to sleep on the floor of a gross apartment with a bunch of your buddies, but don't let a focus on your outward appearance distract you from your financial obligations.

""It doesn't matter where you live," Cuban writes. "It doesn't matter how you live. It doesn't matter what car you drive. It doesn't matter what kind of clothes you wear."

When you're starting out, prioritize building a financial cushion. Use your 20s to pay off student loan debt, not accumulate credit-card debt. Learn how to ignore the attraction of some unnecessary luxury and instead build savings you can fall back on. You'll thank yourself later.

"The more you stress over bills, the more difficult it is to focus on your goals," he writes. "The cheaper you can live, the greater your options."

2. Take chances.2. Take chances.AmazonYou shouldn't expect to land your dream job straight out of college, Cuban says. Be open, and if it takes you awhile to find a decent job, don't let your ego keep you from a low-skilled gig in the meantime. If you need to run a cash register or wait tables to pay your bills for a few months, that's fine.

Once you land your first job, you may find that after a few months that it's not a good fit, Cuban says. That's fine, too. Look for something else.

"Finding the right job is a lot like dating," he writes. "It's hard until you start; then when you start, it's great until it's not. Then it's frustrating as hell until you get it right. But when you do, it all comes together."

3. Find a job you love.3. Find a job you love."Shark Tank"/ABCCuban says that there's an easy way to tell if you've found a job that can help you build a career.

"If it matters how much you get paid, you are not in a job you really love," he writes.

This doesn't mean that you should not strive to make as much money as possible, but you need to prioritize your passion over your paycheck if you want to put yourself on a rewarding career path that allows you to thrive.

"If you love what you do so much that you are willing to continue to live like a student in order to be able to stay in the job, you have found your calling," Cuban writes.

4. Convince people of your worth through action, not talk.4. Convince people of your worth through action, not talk.Marc Serota/Getty Images

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