I agree. Also, wealthmaxxing isn’t really worth all the work you do. As an incel, what do you need to spend money on? Really all you need is a room and a computer. I don’t care about consumerism and materialism, like a big house or sports car or designer brand clothes. I eat healthy now so I’m not spending absurd amounts of money on foodcopes. Traveling and going out and doing things as an incel just makes you feel lonely (this is ancient blkpillpress wisdom), and with whores I think it’s better to do them in moderation. Fucking whores every day just makes you depraved, and there isn’t enough hot whores to even fuck every day (I have extremely high standards).
Really, I think pursuing money is misguided. Getting a decent tech job would give me more than enough to live comfortably and do the things that I want. Meanwhile I will have free time to do things that are actually fulfilling like reading books.
I agree, as a single guy, you can live on a really low amount of money. Finance is sort of my area, so I'll explain my perspective on it.
You cannot become rich, as you see in movies. That shit is literally propaganda. Christian Grey is a fictional character.
Can you build a business with 1mill in total sales, selling useless widgets? Sure, but how much of that do you keep? The problem isn't making money, per se, it is the diminishing returns of your effort for the money you get to keep.
That leads to a greater question, what is it to be "rich" or wealthy? Is it to have a million-dollar pre-tax salary? Is it to be in the top 1%, 5%, or 10%?
In reality, it is all relative. You could make 100k before tax and be considered rich by people who make 50k a year. Heck, with financing literally anything, even if you can barely make the payments, you can LARP as a high-value X.
On top of this, you have the perception gap, where people on welfare in Australia think they are rich and will LARP as being rich even if they are on the brink of being broke. So unless you plan to buy flashy shit to impress them, you are going to need more money and that is the trap where they get you for your entire life. It does not differ from depending on welfare; they trapped you.
Sure, it isn't easy, but if you can buy yourself assets that provide cash flow, you can ease into a minimalist lifestyle and retire early.
I have had no social life from 16 years old; I worked my ass off to get where I am and while other people would say I'm a boring loser; I became a millionaire at 26 and I sleep until 12pm with a full-time job where I get paid six figures.
Don't bother making money to impress literal scum, you make money to make your life easier and for most people, you don't need millions, 50-60k a year is enough.