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Weaklings Will Never Be Millionaires

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Man Up

Our society is becoming sloppy and weak.  I see it everywhere, at every age.

Kids are growin’ up – can hardly say please and thank you, let alone sir and ma’am.

They’re getting fatter and lazier.  Playing outside with neighbor kids is a thing of the past.  Now it’s eating Goldfish and watchin’ iPad.

Work ethic?  What’s that?  Who needs to do manual work when you can just learn to code?

And hey, take your time.

Today, you got 37 year olds still livin’ with mommy and daddy, saving money while they pursue that next degree.  And nobody thinks it’s weird.

WTF?

Back in the day, by like 23, you would’ve been expected to be married with a couple kids, steady income, paying off your first house.

Not no more.

But if you disagree with me, don’t voice it.  You’ll prob’ly offend me.  And we can’t have that.  If you do, I suppose I’ll just call you a racist or sexist or make it about politics or religion or sexuality.  Cuz it’s always about one of the above, even when it’s not.

Let’s see, what else?

We’re addicted to f*cking everything.  You got the usual suspects – food, caffeine, alcohol, drugs – but now, in addition to that, you got porn, social media, Netflix, and f*cking Fortnite.

It’s like:

We need to feel amazing and be entertained constantly or we’ll take our own life or shoot up a school.

There’s more.

I see husbands and wives cheating on one another.  Divorces left and right.  Poor parenting.

“Men” beating women.  “Men” knocking up women, abandoning their children like it’s nothing.

Again.  WTF?

Need me to keep goin’?

Let’s see:

Everyone’s livin’ check to check.  Can’t pay the energy bill, but they’ll be camped out in front of Apple when the next iPhone comes out.

Don’t blame them though.

It’s their boss’s fault.  He doesn’t pay ’em enough for their bare minimum effort, after all.

Ugh.  I’m over it.

Here’s an idea:

Toughen up.  If you want to become a millionaire, start with bein’ a better human first.

Train your mind, train your body, eat clean, give your best, live below your means, show respect, be loyal, be faithful, set an example for children, practice delayed gratification.

About the author: Cory Johnson likes hip-hop, comedy, cold beer, curvy women, and writing. His net worth is $11 million dollars.

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