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    My game is tighter now than ever before! I was a 22 year old virgin. Then I figured out how to get laid. Then I learned how to get laid by ATTRACTIVE women!... Big dif! (shut up- lol) Anyway, the specific area of my game that I really need to get handled is my own personal financial situation. I know times are tough in today's economy and everyone has their struggles/debts. But my situation seems to be flailing out of control. If it isn't one thing, it's two things. I didn't graduate college. I've had a good-paying job but kept getting laid off. I went to Texas for work and moved back home right away realizing it was not what it was all cracked up to be. I can't afford to pay rent for an appartment. My cell phone is shut off. I owe my friend money because the head gaskets blew out in my truck. I attempted to go bankrupt to take care of my outstanding debt, but couldn't keep up with the payments. My dad gave me $40 today for food/gas because I'm flat broke after fixing my truck. I don't do drugs and I don't drink because I can't afford it. Etc, etc, etc... This is the worst situation I've ever been in before in my life! And that effects my game more than I realized it would. Has anyone out there sucessfully found out a way to get themselves out of a similar situation without 4 years of college? Over the past few years I finally discovered EXACTLY what it is I want to do with my life... and that's help other guys take care of this area of women and dating. But I need to take care of my own financial situation. ANY morsels of assistance/wisdom from one of my fellow men would be appreciated so much!



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    Rule of thumb is to have 3 months "survival money" if you ever lose a job as well as "transmission money" for a vehicle... basically, what it would cost to fix the transmission is what you should have stashed out of sight, out of mind, and dig up on a rainy day. Don't be afraid to ask for help but always be mindful how long it's going to take you to pay back. People are funny with money.

    The worst thing you might get is the word "no". Sometimes you have to work lousy jobs just to get the basic needs met, but always, always, always make sure you never settle into it if that's not what you want and if you have to, volunteer skills to keep some of your skills honed. Cell phone - go prepaid and have a card, so you're never worrying about a contract and just use it as little as possible.

    A positive outlook towards the future, some clear goals, seeing the setbacks as shit tests, possibly going back to school when you're more focused about what direction you feel down inside you should be going in. Sometimes it's a matter of finding out if there's a career field that you've overlooked until now. The question a job seeker should be asking is what are people going to need or turn to? People are more likely to get things repaired. People are losing healthcare benefits and you're going to see more government involvement with healthcare. This also means more auditing.... taxes are going up. Personal finance counseling and coaches... fixing credit problems, fixing houses up that people are stuck with or renovating them so others can rent part of the house. Car repair, computer repair, fixing mp3 players by just doing a quick solder job on the headphone plug. People aren't going to be so quick to throw stuff out and find someone who does repairs out of the home. Work on social networking so you know people who can fix cars at home that might be in between jobs or just getting by, and save a ton on shop hours. Cut back on extra driving.

    The people you want to help, do they have a skill or connections they can trade off and help you out with?

    I spent a lot of time talking to my grandparents about the depression. Everyone was broke, everyone had holes in their shoes, we're still doing better because we don't have food shortages and the droughts they had. Our ancestors have gone through far worse.

    It's not easy being on your own, and being back at your parents due to how things are makes sense, but you have to think about what you need to do to be independent, even if it means renting a room and living with roommates or someone you get along with but not too close to, like a cousin or an old friend from school.

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    My game is tighter now than ever before! I was a 22 year old virgin. Then I figured out how to get laid. Then I learned how to get laid by ATTRACTIVE women!... Big dif! (shut up- lol) Anyway, the specific area of my game that I really need to get handled is my own personal financial situation. I know times are tough in today's economy and everyone has their struggles/debts. But my situation seems to be flailing out of control. If it isn't one thing, it's two things. I didn't graduate college. I've had a good-paying job but kept getting laid off. I went to Texas for work and moved back home right away realizing it was not what it was all cracked up to be. I can't afford to pay rent for an appartment. My cell phone is shut off. I owe my friend money because the head gaskets blew out in my truck. I attempted to go bankrupt to take care of my outstanding debt, but couldn't keep up with the payments. My dad gave me $40 today for food/gas because I'm flat broke after fixing my truck. I don't do drugs and I don't drink because I can't afford it. Etc, etc, etc... This is the worst situation I've ever been in before in my life! And that effects my game more than I realized it would. Has anyone out there sucessfully found out a way to get themselves out of a similar situation without 4 years of college? Over the past few years I finally discovered EXACTLY what it is I want to do with my life... and that's help other guys take care of this area of women and dating. But I need to take care of my own financial situation. ANY morsels of assistance/wisdom from one of my fellow men would be appreciated so much!

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