Rap Video Life Plan (Ep. 4)

Rap Video Life Plan

This is the 4th episode of SIX FIGURE TEEN!  Does the Six Figure Teen perspective apply to minorities? Absolutely! We break Spilling Cristal Rap Video Life Planit all down.  We talk about the Rap Video Life Plan.  We talk about how Cristal is a veblen good.  We talk about the peer pressure that minorities experience.  We talk about the peer pressure on kids from more affluent places.  College propaganda touches everyone.  No one considering college for themselves or the teen in their life can’t miss this!  We examine the most successful ethnic groups and see what we can learn.  Spilling Cristal is not a life plan!  Wasting money on college isn’t much better.

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The Series

SixFigureTeen.com is the new home for young people that want a better and faster method for getting working.  The job skills, entrepreneurial know-how and ultimately the income they want is possible without college.

Rap Video Life PlanA Six Figure income really is possible before you hit 20.  Its still possible even if you woke up in your mid 20’s and realized you just went into debt for a worthless degree.  This can be accomplished as an employee, a freelancer, an entrepreneur,  or contractor.  The reality is that its easier to accomplish this as a teenager than as a debt-laden college grad.

Think about it, many entrepreneurial ventures can be started with very little capital.  What kills a lot of entrepreneurs is there personal need for cash.  Many are paying for high living expenses and personal debt (such as student loans).

Teens are actually in the best position to take unpaid internships, start small entrepreneurial ventures and just generally experiment in the marketplace.

THE PROBLEM: no one is telling them this. THE SOLUTION: Six Figure Teen!

 

 

About JordanKaufman

Jordan Kaufman is author of Blender Meets Python (and several other technical volumes) and has been the ghostwriter for multiple other non-technical books. He has spent the last 18 years as a technology consultant holding his first tech job at 14 years of age.