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What's your story? Discussions your reasons for going abroad.
$10,000 a month is a very nice upper middle class lifestyle for a young single man. I'd even go as far as to say it's considered "rich" especially if he's debt free. So, he is right in a sense that he might be able to find a wealthy enclave of like minded people to hang around with. Even Ladislav has said that the U.S. is good if you're poor or rich.
It seems this guy falls into the latter category and can afford many more opportunities than what's available to your average 9 to 5 working stiff making $50,000 a year. I don't think in general the U.S. is all that great if you're a middle class joe. This is especially true when you consider all the other social factors that come along with that.
I don't know. I made that kind of money in the U.S. at one time. I wasn't debt free, though, with the fancy car, and rents are outrageous. It didn't feel all that special to me. I certainly didn't feel rich. I gave it all up to scrape by in Asia doing what I really want to do with my life rather than being stuck in the rat race, on a wheel going nowhere.
“b***y is so strong that there are dudes willing to blow themselves up for the highly unlikely possibility of b***y in another dimension." -- Joe Rogan
I like your thinking Terrence. You summed it up well.
...he didn't specify if that's $10k before or after expenses, and what his expenses are.
i.e. if you had to spend $9,000/month in advertising to generate $10,000 in sales online, that leaves you $1,000.
Selling stuff online is like a constant SEO battle for keyword rankings.