\the most impressive Journey you had read / heard about so far?

HazeRurouni

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I myself am on a fresh new journey towards true success and independency, I would love to get a 'kickstarting' motivation as well as inspiration from other people's journeys, to learn from others' mistakes as well from their succession, for myself and others here!

and so I wondered, What is the most impressive Journey you had read/heard about so far?

different ones are welcome!
 
@wirestyle , the guy who managed to get 1 million users in a adult tube while in prision
@Papacu , the guy who had a exponencial growth (300UV/day to 6k/ day) in less than 1 month with his tube
 
@wirestyle , the guy who managed to get 1 million users in a adult tube while in prision
@Papacu , the guy who had a exponencial growth (300UV/day to 6k/ day) in less than 1 month with his tube
Will eventually check them, Thank you!
Youtube can be amazing IMO
hm, i thought of it as well, i have an account with more than 1k subscribers, around 500-700k views in total,
although it really depends on the content you're uploading,
it seems like nowadays people are addicted to the 'mindless' posts that pretty much have no point,
i feel as if the content i have on my mind might be slightly 'too heavy' and 'too much',
 
If you're looking for motivation, f*ck what the threads say!

Look to the amount of people reaching goals for your motivation, if they can do it why can't you...
 
If you're looking for motivation, f*ck what the threads say!

Look to the amount of people reaching goals for your motivation, if they can do it why can't you...
it is more like finding myself, i am not sure what i am to fully invest my time/energy in,
it is as if there are so many options yet i am not sure what to choose,
i do have my own ideas,
although my ideas are mostly for the benefit of other people, i look at them more as helping others, not making money out of them.
 
it is more like finding myself, i am not sure what i am to fully invest my time/energy in,
it is as if there are so many options yet i am not sure what to choose,
i do have my own ideas,
although my ideas are mostly for the benefit of other people, i look at them more as helping others, not making money out of them.
Try everything, then specialize. :)

It's only Jack of all trades, master of none when you know what's around you and you choose to not better yourself in one aspect over many!

You've got your thinking cap on though, good man.
 
Try everything, then specialize. :)

It's only Jack of all trades, master of none when you know what's around you and you choose to not better yourself in one aspect over many!

You've got your thinking cap on though, good man.
that's the thing, it almost all feels like a 'competition', a 'raid', hard to explain. -_-';
 
The most inspiring success journey for me, is that of Dhirubhai Ambani.
Dhirubhai Ambani was an Indian industrialist & the founder of Reliance Industries, a giant petrochemicals, power, textiles and communications conglomerate that was the first privately owned Indian company in the list(s) of Fortune 500 and also the biggest exporter in India.
Dhirubhai Ambani was the third of five children born to a village schoolteacher (who had a meagre income) and after his basic schooling, he migrated to the British colony of Aden (Aden is now in Yemen) and there, he worked at a petrol pump (gas station), from where he progressed to working for a trading firm.
In 1958 Dhirubhai Ambani returned to India, settled in Mumbai (then known as Bombay) and began trading in spices & expanded to trading commodities, including synthetic textiles. He utilized backward integration and started Reliance textile mill in 1966 and he went on with his business ventures and shaped Reliance into a petrochemicals giant. When in 1977, the nationalized banks in India refused to finance him, Dhirubhai Ambani took Reliance public and he is credited for taking the stock market to the average Indian investor. Reliance Industries as it came to be known, kept growing during the lifetime of Dhirubhai Ambani and he passed away in the year 2002. Dhirubhai Ambani is still known as India's most enterprising entrepreneur. A truely unique rags to riches story.
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“If you don’t build your dream, someone will hire you to help build theirs". - Dhirubhai Ambani
 
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I don't remember the name, but it's about an adult site, which has been responded by many members and has been successfully applied.
The owner of the post then became my idol :))) heheh
 
I don't remember the name, but it's about an adult site, which has been responded by many members and has been successfully applied.
The owner of the post then became my idol :))) heheh
hard for me to support these kinds of things, xD

The most inspiring success journey for me, is that of Dhirubhai Ambani.
Dhirubhai Ambani was an Indian industrialist & the founder of Reliance Industries, a giant petrochemicals, power, textiles and communications conglomerate that was the first privately owned Indian company in the list(s) of Fortune 500 and also the biggest exporter in India.
Dhirubhai Ambani was the third of five children born to a village schoolteacher (who had a meagre income) and after his basic schooling, he migrated to the British colony of Aden (Aden is now in Yemen) and there, he worked at a petrol pump (gas station), from where he progressed to working for a trading firm.
In 1958 Dhirubhai Ambani returned to India, settled in Mumbai (then known as Bombay) and began trading in spices & expanded to trading commodities, including synthetic textiles. He utilized backward integration and started Reliance textile mill in 1966 and he went on with his business ventures and shaped Reliance into a petrochemicals giant. When in 1977, the nationalized banks in India refused to finance him, Dhirubhai Ambani took Reliance public and he is credited for taking the stock market to the average Indian investor. Reliance Industries as it came to be known, kept growing during the lifetime of Dhirubhai Ambani and he passed away in the year 2002. Dhirubhai Ambani is still known as India's most enterprising entrepreneur. A truely unique rags to riches story.
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“If you don’t build your dream, someone will hire you to help build theirs". - Dhirubhai Ambani
i liked this one,
"IF YOU DON'T BUILD YOUR DREAM, SOMEONE ELSE WILL HIRE YOU TO HELP THEM BUILD THEIRS."
Although, what IS your Dream?
What is MY dream?
My Dreams, are, hard to say now...
 
Obviously everyone loves the the ones where people spent long, boring hours and involved lots of hard work and dedic...HAHHAHAHHHAHAHAH man I couldn't even finish..

No I read the ones where they claim to be making 250 million billion dollars per month selling link packages and subscriptions or have successfully reverse engineered googles youtube algos. Not so I can follow them, but to assess to what extent I should be avoiding them and their stuff.
 
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Obviously everyone loves the the ones where people spent long, boring hours and involved lots of hard work and dedic...HAHHAHAHHHAHAHAH man I couldn't even finish..

No I read the ones where they claim to be making 250 million billion dollars per month selling link packages and subscriptions or have successfully reverse engineered googles youtube algos. Not so I can follow them, but to assess to what extent I should be avoiding them and their stuff.
Selling "Link Packages and Subscriptions" ?, which? o .O

and Reverse engineered google/youtube algorithms? what does the 'reverse' stand for there? o. O
'Reversed' how?
 
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