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Job Interview, Life, and Memes: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR THANKFUL FOR ALL THE "NO'S The word rejection is not a pleasant one in any way, shape, or form. No matter who you are, what you are trying to accomplish or how successful you are, we all face rejection. But you know what? You should look back and be thankful for those rejections! And here are a few reasons why: ✔️There will always be something better. Whether it is a better relationship, a better business opportunity, or a better coffee order when your barista tells you they are out of your favorite, go-to daily brew. You are forced into opportunity when you are rejected on your initial idea. ✔️Pushes you to think outside the box. It is rejection that helps us re-evaluate and think outside the box we thought we had our perfectly planned life plan in. ✔️You learn. These situations allow you see what you may have done wrong, or could improve on. Maybe you bombed a job interview where you felt the need to talk about how you were fired from your previous job for punching a hole through the wall during a heated conversation. It’s rejection that helps us see opportunities that we can improve on. ✔️Makes you stronger! Rejection sucks, but you should be thankful for the opportunities, resilience, and lessons it nicely laid in your lap. You can overcome anything and rejection is one of the easiest things on the list. - rejections no fuckno success millionairementor
Job Interview, Life, and Memes: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
 THANKFUL FOR ALL
 THE "NO'S
The word rejection is not a pleasant one in any way, shape, or form. No matter who you are, what you are trying to accomplish or how successful you are, we all face rejection. But you know what? You should look back and be thankful for those rejections! And here are a few reasons why: ✔️There will always be something better. Whether it is a better relationship, a better business opportunity, or a better coffee order when your barista tells you they are out of your favorite, go-to daily brew. You are forced into opportunity when you are rejected on your initial idea. ✔️Pushes you to think outside the box. It is rejection that helps us re-evaluate and think outside the box we thought we had our perfectly planned life plan in. ✔️You learn. These situations allow you see what you may have done wrong, or could improve on. Maybe you bombed a job interview where you felt the need to talk about how you were fired from your previous job for punching a hole through the wall during a heated conversation. It’s rejection that helps us see opportunities that we can improve on. ✔️Makes you stronger! Rejection sucks, but you should be thankful for the opportunities, resilience, and lessons it nicely laid in your lap. You can overcome anything and rejection is one of the easiest things on the list. - rejections no fuckno success millionairementor

The word rejection is not a pleasant one in any way, shape, or form. No matter who you are, what you are trying to accomplish or how success...

Ellen DeGeneres, Love, and Memes: Black Excellence: 21 Savage's New "Bank Account" Campaign Plans To Teach Kids About Financial Literacy @balleralert Mares 1I5 2O1 LEADING 21 Savage Black Excellence: 21 Savage’s New “Bank Account” Campaign Plans To Teach Kids About Financial Literacy - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ You’re about to have one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, more reasons to love 21Savage. He wants to make sure kids know how to manage their money so he’s creating a program for financial literacy. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ On Tuesday (March 13), 21 Savage appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and performed his hit song, “Bank Account.” Afterward, he announced he’s kicking off a program named after his single. The “Bank Account” campaign will work towards helping the youth open their own bank accounts, and teach them how to manage money. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ He’s donated $1,000 each to 21 kids to give them a jumpstart on their savings. He’s also partnered with ‘Get Schooled’ to help kids learn all about banking fees, the difference between credit cards and debit cards, and how to maintain a budget, according to Rolling Stone. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Now that I do have money in my bank account, I want to help kids with a background similar to mine to get smart about their money,” said 21. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Right on, 21! BlackManMagic
Ellen DeGeneres, Love, and Memes: Black Excellence: 21 Savage's New
 "Bank Account" Campaign Plans To
 Teach Kids About Financial Literacy
 @balleralert
 Mares 1I5 2O1
 LEADING
 21 Savage
Black Excellence: 21 Savage’s New “Bank Account” Campaign Plans To Teach Kids About Financial Literacy - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ You’re about to have one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, more reasons to love 21Savage. He wants to make sure kids know how to manage their money so he’s creating a program for financial literacy. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ On Tuesday (March 13), 21 Savage appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and performed his hit song, “Bank Account.” Afterward, he announced he’s kicking off a program named after his single. The “Bank Account” campaign will work towards helping the youth open their own bank accounts, and teach them how to manage money. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ He’s donated $1,000 each to 21 kids to give them a jumpstart on their savings. He’s also partnered with ‘Get Schooled’ to help kids learn all about banking fees, the difference between credit cards and debit cards, and how to maintain a budget, according to Rolling Stone. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Now that I do have money in my bank account, I want to help kids with a background similar to mine to get smart about their money,” said 21. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Right on, 21! BlackManMagic

Black Excellence: 21 Savage’s New “Bank Account” Campaign Plans To Teach Kids About Financial Literacy - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀...

Af, Bitch, and Finals: "yo mama so fat, she go to the movies and sit next to everbody" 3rd grade niggas: If you black there’s no such thing as cyber bullying or bullying in general for that matter. You gotta have tough skin in this cruel world. Flash back to the simpler times when you roast someone you had to be there not on Twitter. Yo mama jokes were probably the most fierce and cruel for two reasons. 1. because it’s personal and 2. because it’s personal. I can talk all the shit about my momma but if someone else do it these hands are registered to deal some damage. In middle school we had a sub for the day. Everybody knows the Sub gets less respect then Yamcha. Sub teachers get no love in the public school system. Usually we rejoicing cause our teacher was mean af and we get to do shit we usually don’t getaway with. This one sub (she was white) was unseasoned and uncultured. We was probably her first black class she ran into. Shit went left from the jump when she couldn’t pronounce the more challenging ghetto names like Shiquda carpayment or Walter Watermelon Jenkins the 3rd or what my niggas called Dae dae. This sub came fully prepared with a lesson and all that. We gave no fucks she eventually said fuck it too and gave free time. We started to get into yo momma jokes. At first the sub was hesitant but she saw we didn’t care it was all fun and games. It’s 3rd period and we literally having a 20 man battle royale roast session. It looked like a March madness bracket the way we had rounds set up. The sub tryna be hip and hops in to roast dae dae in the semi finals. It was fun till it got personal. The Teacher had to take it to another level like she Jiren from Super. “Yo momma so ugly that’s why you don’t got a daddy DAE dae”. Like damn bitch we some kids you really had to take it there. I can see defeat in dae daes eyes as he begin to go for his turn. My boy done stuttered and that’s automatic disqualification once a person begins to stutter just pull out a clip board for the L they have to receive. My Becky won yo momma that day. After school dae dae momma pulled up to school and he told her what happen. Shortly after Ms. Becky got robbed in the parking lot. Long story short don’t fuck with a kid name dae dae. That shit almost sound like dangerous.
Af, Bitch, and Finals: "yo mama so fat, she go to the movies
 and sit next to everbody"
 3rd grade niggas:
If you black there’s no such thing as cyber bullying or bullying in general for that matter. You gotta have tough skin in this cruel world. Flash back to the simpler times when you roast someone you had to be there not on Twitter. Yo mama jokes were probably the most fierce and cruel for two reasons. 1. because it’s personal and 2. because it’s personal. I can talk all the shit about my momma but if someone else do it these hands are registered to deal some damage. In middle school we had a sub for the day. Everybody knows the Sub gets less respect then Yamcha. Sub teachers get no love in the public school system. Usually we rejoicing cause our teacher was mean af and we get to do shit we usually don’t getaway with. This one sub (she was white) was unseasoned and uncultured. We was probably her first black class she ran into. Shit went left from the jump when she couldn’t pronounce the more challenging ghetto names like Shiquda carpayment or Walter Watermelon Jenkins the 3rd or what my niggas called Dae dae. This sub came fully prepared with a lesson and all that. We gave no fucks she eventually said fuck it too and gave free time. We started to get into yo momma jokes. At first the sub was hesitant but she saw we didn’t care it was all fun and games. It’s 3rd period and we literally having a 20 man battle royale roast session. It looked like a March madness bracket the way we had rounds set up. The sub tryna be hip and hops in to roast dae dae in the semi finals. It was fun till it got personal. The Teacher had to take it to another level like she Jiren from Super. “Yo momma so ugly that’s why you don’t got a daddy DAE dae”. Like damn bitch we some kids you really had to take it there. I can see defeat in dae daes eyes as he begin to go for his turn. My boy done stuttered and that’s automatic disqualification once a person begins to stutter just pull out a clip board for the L they have to receive. My Becky won yo momma that day. After school dae dae momma pulled up to school and he told her what happen. Shortly after Ms. Becky got robbed in the parking lot. Long story short don’t fuck with a kid name dae dae. That shit almost sound like dangerous.

If you black there’s no such thing as cyber bullying or bullying in general for that matter. You gotta have tough skin in this cruel world. ...

Boner, Cars, and Children: shaelit "Cars kill more people than guns! What're you gonna do, regulate cars next?" You idiot. You moron. You utter buffoon Cars ARE regulated The permit test. The permit. The practice year. The regulations on how many hours you have to drive and at what hours and with whom. The driving test. The license. The requirements regarding insurance. License renewals. Road laws. Highway laws. Speed limits. Seatbelt laws. Carseat laws. Laws against drinking and driving and other forms of intoxication. Red lights. Not passing in intersections. Right of way WHO can drive and WHEN and HOW and WHERE are all regulated, because yes, a car in the wrong hands can kill a person. Just like a gun. Oh but wait, there's more! I, as a licensed driver, can't drive anything I want. I can't drivea motorcycle. I can't drive a speedboat. You know what else I can't drive? One of these. To drive a semi-truck, I would need a Commercial Driver's License or CDL There are age limits involved, as well as required hours of training and study. There's a written test and a driving test. There are also medical requirements. And even if I passed all that, you know what I STILL couldn't drive? One of these To drive a semi loaded with hazardous materials, you would have to get a federal H endorsement added to your CDL. And to get that, you have to jump through even MORE hoops, including another written test and a background check. So yeah, guns should be better regulated. Any Joe Blow shouldn't be able to stagger down to a gun show and get himself a sweet piece without some oversight. And ESPECIALLY no one should be getting their hands on a semi-automatic assault rifle like an AR-15, aka the Hazardous Semi Truck of guns. There are professional reasons that a person might need clearance to handle and own such a weapon, but not a civilian. Not an unscreened rando off the street. Try not to be such an utter wanker that you place the mere potential of a power- boner over the lives of actual children like those killed in Parkland, Sandy Hook, and elsewhere prettysicksupply There's also the fact that if I fuck up and njure, or even KILL someone with my vehicle, or another person's vehicle, or a vehicle I'm not even supposed to drive in the first place- I CAN AND WILL BE PUNISHED FOR THAT. I will be made responsible for that damage/death. Insurance exists to help cover the costs of damages- both to cars and people. If my negligence with a vehicle leads to someone's injury or death- my access to vehicles in the future WILL BE COMPROMISED. So yes... we do regulate cars. We also regulate the DAMAGE CAUSED BY THOSE WHO DRIVE THEM chescaleigh also, cars are meant for transportation. sure they can kill people but their sole purpose is not to kill. a gun's ONLY PURPOSE is to maim or kill its target. you can't take a road trip on a gun or load up a gun with groceries. fuck outta here with this bullshit comparison. Cars and guns
Boner, Cars, and Children: shaelit
 "Cars kill more people than guns!
 What're you gonna do, regulate cars
 next?"
 You idiot. You moron. You utter buffoon
 Cars ARE regulated
 The permit test. The permit. The practice
 year. The regulations on how many hours
 you have to drive and at what hours and
 with whom. The driving test. The license.
 The requirements regarding insurance.
 License renewals. Road laws. Highway
 laws. Speed limits. Seatbelt laws. Carseat
 laws. Laws against drinking and driving
 and other forms of intoxication. Red
 lights. Not passing in intersections. Right
 of way
 WHO can drive and WHEN and HOW and
 WHERE are all regulated, because yes, a
 car in the wrong hands can kill a person.
 Just like a gun.

 Oh but wait, there's more!
 I, as a licensed driver, can't drive
 anything I want. I can't drivea
 motorcycle. I can't drive a speedboat.
 You know what else I can't drive? One of
 these.
 To drive a semi-truck, I would need a
 Commercial Driver's License or CDL
 There are age limits involved, as well as
 required hours of training and study.
 There's a written test and a driving test.
 There are also medical requirements.
 And even if I passed all that, you know
 what I STILL couldn't drive? One of
 these

 To drive a semi loaded with hazardous
 materials, you would have to get a
 federal H endorsement added to your
 CDL. And to get that, you have to jump
 through even MORE hoops, including
 another written test and a background
 check.
 So yeah, guns should be better
 regulated. Any Joe Blow shouldn't be
 able to stagger down to a gun show and
 get himself a sweet piece without some
 oversight.

 And ESPECIALLY no one should be
 getting their hands on a semi-automatic
 assault rifle like an AR-15, aka the
 Hazardous Semi Truck of guns. There are
 professional reasons that a person might
 need clearance to handle and own such a
 weapon, but not a civilian. Not an
 unscreened rando off the street.
 Try not to be such an utter wanker that
 you place the mere potential of a power-
 boner over the lives of actual children like
 those killed in Parkland, Sandy Hook, and
 elsewhere
 prettysicksupply
 There's also the fact that if I fuck up and
 njure, or even KILL someone with my
 vehicle, or another person's vehicle, or a
 vehicle I'm not even supposed to drive in
 the first place- I CAN AND WILL BE
 PUNISHED FOR THAT. I will be made
 responsible for that damage/death.
 Insurance exists to help cover the costs

 of damages- both to cars and people. If
 my negligence with a vehicle leads to
 someone's injury or death- my access to
 vehicles in the future WILL BE
 COMPROMISED.
 So yes... we do regulate cars. We also
 regulate the DAMAGE CAUSED BY
 THOSE WHO DRIVE THEM
 chescaleigh
 also, cars are meant for transportation.
 sure they can kill people but their sole
 purpose is not to kill. a gun's ONLY
 PURPOSE is to maim or kill its target. you
 can't take a road trip on a gun or load up
 a gun with groceries. fuck outta here
 with this bullshit comparison.
Cars and guns

Cars and guns

Advice, Future, and Ironic: eggrollie art has been hard lately but i made this banana today and its probably the height of my ability and i am ready novw a guest speaker in one of my classes recently gave some of the best advice I have ever received… 1. let curiosity be your compass - think about what you’re motivated to do, your affinity, your aspirations. what are the core reasons for your motivation? 2. impact is everything - if everything works out exactly as expected, why does it matter? what will you learn or change? 3. be James Bond - expose the side of yourself that will be received best. you don’t need to reveal everything about yourself upfront. 4. create strong partnerships - build a wise council. you only need three people: one who is a few steps ahead of you or where you want to be in the future, one who is progressing at the same pace as you, and one who is behind you but has experienced more. 5. to make space for what matters, you have to say no - we aren’t self-aware enough to know our breaking point before we reach it, so don’t be afraid to pass on some things. 6. create meaningful time - bingeing is not productive. establish clear morning rituals and practice contingency management. a slow and steady schedule is best. 7.when you rush from A to B, you miss everything in between - slow down and forget about your destination. take time to appreciate the path you’re on. 8.”the chief enemy of creativity is good sense” - be creative. just don’t lose touch with your common sense. 9.it’s supposed to be fun most of the time or something’s wrong - there will be spontaneous emotional breakdowns and seemingly impassible obstacles, but enjoy the journey of life billsimportantposts
Advice, Future, and Ironic: eggrollie
 art has been hard lately but i made this banana today and its probably the
 height of my ability and i am ready novw
a guest speaker in one of my classes recently gave some of the best advice I have ever received… 1. let curiosity be your compass - think about what you’re motivated to do, your affinity, your aspirations. what are the core reasons for your motivation? 2. impact is everything - if everything works out exactly as expected, why does it matter? what will you learn or change? 3. be James Bond - expose the side of yourself that will be received best. you don’t need to reveal everything about yourself upfront. 4. create strong partnerships - build a wise council. you only need three people: one who is a few steps ahead of you or where you want to be in the future, one who is progressing at the same pace as you, and one who is behind you but has experienced more. 5. to make space for what matters, you have to say no - we aren’t self-aware enough to know our breaking point before we reach it, so don’t be afraid to pass on some things. 6. create meaningful time - bingeing is not productive. establish clear morning rituals and practice contingency management. a slow and steady schedule is best. 7.when you rush from A to B, you miss everything in between - slow down and forget about your destination. take time to appreciate the path you’re on. 8.”the chief enemy of creativity is good sense” - be creative. just don’t lose touch with your common sense. 9.it’s supposed to be fun most of the time or something’s wrong - there will be spontaneous emotional breakdowns and seemingly impassible obstacles, but enjoy the journey of life billsimportantposts

a guest speaker in one of my classes recently gave some of the best advice I have ever received… 1. let curiosity be your compass - think ab...