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    I put this topic in the Lounge area because it's about how to be successful in the eyes of Donald Trump. MGTOW is about living your best version of your life and working hard and being healthy. Down below are Trump's videos on how to be successful.



    1. Think like a winner. Believe in yourself.
    2. Work hard to get success. The harder you work, the luckier you get.
    3. Don't do it for money.
    4. Focus on target. Can you handle pressure?
    5. Love what you do. If you really love what you do, you'll work harder at it to keep doing what it is you love doing.
    6. Fight for yourself. No one will do it for you. Fight for yourself.
    7. Go against the tide. It doesn't always work, but you need to have confidence in yourself and believe in yourself.
    8. Listen to your heart. Follow your gut, even if your closest people discourage you from doing something.
    9. Watch every details. Example: if you can spend an extra $10 to wash your car so you can get a higher selling value. Someone who sells a dirty car is a "loser."
    10. Don't give up. You can change, or move around but don't give up.

    I believe in these rules, and some of them I have to work on to improve myself and my soon-to-be supplement online store. Some things I need to work on is not to give up. I made one sale last week out of 7 things I have on eBay and I barely got page views in the past 2 weeks, but someone on this site said that is very likely to happen, but things can suddenly get better. So I won't give up on my supplement business. In fact, today, I did some further research on how to get reseller permits and an EIN. I also contacted one of the supplement manufacturers and he asked for my personal and professional information and after I emailed him back, he forwarded my information to their sales team, which will take some patience in getting a response.

    Trump said don't do it for money; but I'm going to be 40 in September and I don't have a whole lot of money to my name since SSI doesn't pay much and my business is being tested out while I sort it out. I do however, like to think big and reach for the stars, or I tend to do more than expected, even though it sometimes goes bad. Some examples of me doing things more than expected is my exercise and bike riding; I'm out of shape and I push myself too hard and I end up feeling sick. But I like to think big. That's just part of my nature.

    Can I handle pressure? I don't know how I handle pressure, because I've haven't had too much pressure in my adulthood since I haven't had much of one. I don't remember how I handled pressure during my school years. If focusing on target is anything like how to deal with disappointment, then I suck. Every job I ever applied for has gone to someone else, or I never got a callback but after a while of it, I got used to it. So maybe I could handle it. I was real disappointed when I bought a $1,000 worth of PC parts, assembled the gaming PC and tried to sell it, because I ended up taking over a $700 loss and 13 months trying to sell it on eBay. I love building PC desktops and programming them, and it was a major blow when my dream job died, but I didn't give up. Instead, I may of found my niche, which is supplements. I mean, hey, I made more money on the one supplement ($50.51) than I did on a computer that lost money. So there's that perspective.

    Love what you do. Like I said in the previous paragraph, I love computers as well as fitness and health supplements and I want to work from home and online to resell products I have knowledge in. There has to be somewhere near Chicago where workers work on PCs and build them outside of Best Buy's Geek Squad. As far as the health portion of my business goes, I see myself reselling supplements in protein, pre-workout, fat burner pills and testosterone boosters, and then starting my own fitness website showing how to do each type of exercise and by muscle group, and have my own health recipes and other people's success stories.

    Watch the details. Trump's example is that if you have a dirty car and you spend $10 to get it washed and then sell it, you can make extra money than if you leave it dirty. Well in my case, while testing out my business, I bought 6 supplements for $41 each from Blue Star Nutraceuticals, which is a discount, and I'm reselling them for their retail price of $69.99. My eBay listing shows my advertisements as if I'm talking directly to someone, and I'm including health facts and directions on how to take them. That's my details: buy low, resell high and tune into your customer. And hey, last Wednesday, I made a sale and made $50.51 after shipping and eBay fees.
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I put this topic in the Lounge area because it's about how to be successful in the eyes of Donald Trump. MGTOW is about living your best version of your life and working hard and being healthy.
    I appreciate your proactive thoughtfulness. Thank you.
    The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why. - Mark Twain

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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    I was hoping for more replies, because I strongly feel that this topic is important; at least to me it is, because I want success and independence and achieve dreams. I also want more replies in this topic, because I want to learn from those here who have achieved greatness.

    Here's another Trump success video:
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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    He's telling us how to become a Donald Trump, which is probably more than you need. That's ok, take what works for you and call it good. I like the one about not doing it for money. Yeah, that's what we want, but when money is all that matters to you it seldom works out. My brother's a get rich quick guy and it's always ended bad. But if what you offer is worthy, the money will come.

    The brother's oldest kid's a workaholic. Started with nothing and now makes more in a month than I do in a year. I didn't say anything when I visited, but he saw my expression and goes "don't feel bad, I been working seven days a week for thirty years."

    I'm not saying you should emulate my nephew. For one thing, your too old for that shit, and working seven days a week's not for everyone. I only mention it to show sticking with something can bring rewards. If you do find sucess, you'll think back and remember how hard it was at first. Starting with nothing's not easy.
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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    He's telling us how to become a Donald Trump, which is probably more than you need. That's ok, take what works for you and call it good. I like the one about not doing it for money.

    The brother's oldest kid's a workaholic. Started with nothing and now makes more in a month than I do in a year. I didn't say anything when I visited, but he saw my expression and goes "don't feel bad, I been working seven days a week for thirty years."

    I'm not saying you should emulate my nephew. For one thing, your too old for that shit, and working seven days a week's not for everyone. I only mention it to show sticking with something can bring rewards. If you do find success, you'll think back and remember how hard it was at first. Starting with nothing's not easy.
    I'm not trying to become the next Trump, Zuckerburg, or Musk, but I want to make a living at home/online doing something I love doing. In my case, I love supplements, computer building and programming.

    What does your nephew do that he works 7 days a week for 30 years and is making as much in a month as you do in a year? Does he own a software company? No, I don't believe more than 5 days a week is meant for me. I mean I get sick whenever I over work myself.

    No shit that starting out isn't easy. I started with half a month's SSI payment (the next is expected in less than a week) and I put it into 2 different supplements; 3 a piece. Yes, I got one sale last week, but since then I can't get a new view. I hope this let down is normal for beginners and I hope something comes through soon. I'm not desperate or anything, but I don't want my auctions to go nowhere either.

    Like I said on another topic on this site, I DID make a business contact with Optimum Nutrition a few days ago, and he replied asking for my information, which I save and he send my information to another department to consideration, which he said could take a few weeks depending on volume.
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    3. Don't do it for money.

    This is something my colleagues make the mistake of doing. They are driven by money and seek promotions they can't handle. When they get them they don't manage let alone lead and fuck things up. Money in itself is not a good reason to do anything.

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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    My nephew has a painting business in southern Cal. He's not cleaning brushes anymore, but you can bet it was a one man show at first.

    Handyman work for seniors is a slippery slope, some will treat you good while others expect a slave. It's not for everyone and you might not have the personality for it. It is, however, an untapped market. There are not many people who want the work and many that do are flakes. A guy who shows up and does a good job could knock e'm dead after the word gets around. I never use a house sitter but do need someone to ride herd on the cat now and then. Friends do the job now, but I used to pay. If you ever do give handyman a try, don't do anything stupid like climbing trees or wobbling around on top of a tall ladder. Leave that shit to those who do it for a living.

    I'm not saying you should give up on your business, but maybe some kind of sideline might help? It would have to be something you think up, as you seem to have a bad effect on prospective bosses. Best of luck to you and I hope you find something that works.
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    I'm no Trump fan, but unlike the screaming and obnoxious social media sites, at GYOW dot com, we can have disagreements and be civil instead of being hollering lunatics. That's a feminist/SJW thing.

    I was turned off by Trump for several reasons. First, he didn't write his own book. He paid someone to do it for him. Second, he destroyed all respect I once had for him when he referred to Mexican people as "rapists." He took a page our of the feminist playbook, except that instead of blaming men in general for rape, he blamed Mexicans. That doesn't sit right with me. My family knows a family in Mexico, and they hosted our visit there. They were amazing and wonderful people, the most hospitable people I've ever met. They even invited me as a kid to stay with them in their home for a month, which I did. It was the time of my life. So along comes Trump and brands Mexican people as rapists, and that infuriated me. That made it impossible to vote for him. I had to put a clothes pin on my nose and vote for Hillary Clinton, whom I also despise. Under a different handle I had written a scathing review of Clinton for being the ho to big business that she is. She makes me puke, but at least she didn't slam my Mexican friends, so I decided I could live with her over Trump.

    Of course this doesn't mean there's nothing of value in Trump's book. Whoever wrote it for him may have put down something of worthwhile. So if that helps you be more successful, so be it. For me, I'm sticking to my Brian Tracey books. IMO he wrote the best success book ever when he penned Maximum Achievement. I also find the works of Robert Kiyosaki to be excellent. I put this info down in case there are others whose stomachs churn at the thought of Trump. There's some great material out there.

    Again, I'm not hating on any other MGTOWs who may have a different view than me. We're still MGTOW brothers. What's important is MGTOW isn't a cult like feminism. We're not all a bunch of mindless devotees reciting and self-brainwashing to the same dogma. We choose the right to think for oneself. MGTOW doesn't order you to support any particular candidate. So at least if you're of a different view, you can at least understand mine. None of the recent Presidential or Congressional elections have offered anyone whom I can even stand. If I had my way, I would have the whole lot of them guillotined and then start fresh. Both sides make me want to throw up, but you've got to pick someone.

    So I'm putting this out there, even though I know some MGTOW will agree and others won't. We're not the SJW cunts who get their genitals in a vice grip any time someone doesn't tow the party line.
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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

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    I'm not trying to become the next Trump, Zuckerburg, or Musk, but I want to make a living at home/online doing something I love doing. In my case, I love supplements, computer building and programming.

    What does your nephew do that he works 7 days a week for 30 years and is making as much in a month as you do in a year? Does he own a software company? No, I don't believe more than 5 days a week is meant for me. I mean I get sick whenever I over work myself.

    No shit that starting out isn't easy. I started with half a month's SSI payment (the next is expected in less than a week) and I put it into 2 different supplements; 3 a piece. Yes, I got one sale last week, but since then I can't get a new view. I hope this let down is normal for beginners and I hope something comes through soon. I'm not desperate or anything, but I don't want my auctions to go nowhere either.

    Like I said on another topic on this site, I DID make a business contact with Optimum Nutrition a few days ago, and he replied asking for my information, which I save and he send my information to another department to consideration, which he said could take a few weeks depending on volume.
    Are you up for some constructive criticism? This is coming from someone who has been successful as a small business man.

    I can tell already. From what you have posted. You are not working hard enough. You are getting dismal results from a minimal effort.

    Personally I could not disagree more about being money motivated in business. Really? So I'm doing this for fame? Or making friends?
    Hell No! You're doing it for the money!

    You say a 5 day week is what you want to work. So let me ask you this. Are you dedicating 40 solid hours a week to it? No distractions. No other hobbies or what not. I'm talking nose to the grindstone. Doing all you can to drive more business. I'll bet not. Not by a long shot.
    Minimal effort will bring minimal money. Period.

    If you are not solidly devoting MINIMUM 40 hrs a week to market your product. Or learn how to. To sell your product. Or learn how to sell. To think of other ways to get your product noticed by customers. And on. And on. And on. Then I hate to tell you. Dismal results are what's coming your way.

    If it were as easy to make a living by purchasing a product. Mark up the price. Wait for people to buy it. Then ship it out. Everyone would do it.
    "People are always angry at anyone who chooses very individual standards for his life; because of the extraordinary treatment which that man grants to himself, they feel degraded, like ordinary beings."
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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    My nephew has a painting business in southern Cal. He's not cleaning brushes anymore, but you can bet it was a one man show at first.
    Painting was my first job. My mom and stepdad hired me to paint for their construction business and I will tell you, I hated it. I painted houses and fences for $7/hour 40 hours a week. I also removed carpet (the kind a dog pissed on), shoveled stone, sanding paint globs and moved out construction rubbish.

    My "current" job, which is hardly anything, and that is working at a polling station on election days. I'm the guy who scans the bar code that prints out the access code and I tell people to take an available booth. My next assignment is June 28th, which is in a month. I took the job, because it was the easiest one to get, (as long as you're a US citizen, and willing to do it, they'll hand you the job and it doesn't require skill or experience like every other job does). And I also took it, because I wanted to be part of politics. It pays $250 for the day.

    I'm starting this supplement business, because it's something I enjoy because it involves health, and computer/internet work. I want to do something involving computers (I like putting PC parts together and programming) if the supplement idea fails.
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    Quote Originally Posted by O.G. View Post
    Are you up for some constructive criticism? This is coming from someone who has been successful as a small business man.

    I can tell already. From what you have posted. You are not working hard enough. You are getting dismal results from a minimal effort.

    Personally I could not disagree more about being money motivated in business. Really? So I'm doing this for fame? Or making friends?
    Hell No! You're doing it for the money!
    I may not be working all 40 hours a week to my business, but I do spend a big part of that time doing research on fitness, health and supplements every day. I got my SSI deposit today and I'm going to go back and do some research on eBay to see what sells. So I do work; it just doesn't pay. Researching is gaining knowledge so I can use it.

    I don't understand why business people say "don't do it for the money" because you need money to be in business and to live in this world. Besides, the wealthiest people wouldn't give up the money they built if it wasn't about making it. So I do believe money plays a role in it.
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Re: Donald Trump's Rules For Success

    Quote Originally Posted by O.G. View Post
    Are you up for some constructive criticism? This is coming from someone who has been successful as a small business man.

    If it were as easy to make a living by purchasing a product. Mark up the price. Wait for people to buy it. Then ship it out. Everyone would do it.
    Stores do it all the time. They buy low from the manufacturer and sell it in their stores for their higher price. If Best Buy can make profits by buying low and reselling high, why can't I do with my supplement business?
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I may not be working all 40 hours a week to my business, but I do spend a big part of that time doing research on fitness, health and supplements every day. I got my SSI deposit today and I'm going to go back and do some research on eBay to see what sells. So I do work; it just doesn't pay. Researching is gaining knowledge so I can use it.

    I don't understand why business people say "don't do it for the money" because you need money to be in business and to live in this world. Besides, the wealthiest people wouldn't give up the money they built if it wasn't about making it. So I do believe money plays a role in it.
    The whole "don't do it for money" thing is about trying to find something you love to do, and would have done for free just for fun, and then finding a way to get paid to do it. For example, maybe someone does a comedy routine for free at open mike night in a club. He keeps doing that until he's good enough to get paid gigs. Then with those gigs he works up to better gigs until he's well paid. If he loves what he does, it's like not having to work for a living. It's the same in many other fields. Maybe someone loves working out and getting fit, and then finds a career helping others to be able to do that.

    The thing is, even if you're kind of in that "don't do it for money" mode, it's still important to negotiate the best pay possible. If that comic gets offered a gig in Minnesota for 3K, but another place in Las Vegas offers him 8K, he's going to Vegas. It would be ridiculous to say something like, "I like the place in Minnesota better, and I've got family there, so I'm going there to do a show for 5K less." Money is always an important part of a profession. People try to get people to realize that plenty of things are important besides the money, and that's where slogans like "don't do it for money" come from. But the fact is that the money part of it is important. Some things are worth the money and some things aren't. There are some boundaries I won't cross. For example, if someone offered me big money to smuggle cocaine, there's no way I'm taking it. It's just not worth the risk. But if I've developed a skill that's in demand, then I'm going to try to get the best money I can for it.

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    I just bought 10 more supplements and I did research on that site and eBay and if done correctly, I should make some money. For example, I bought a weight gain supplement for $37.92, which goes for $82.99 (some cases even higher) on eBay. Not counting eBay fees and shipping, that's a $45 gain on just one supplement.
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I just bought 10 more supplements and I did research on that site and eBay and if done correctly, I should make some money. For example, I bought a weight gain supplement for $37.92, which goes for $82.99 (some cases even higher) on eBay. Not counting eBay fees and shipping, that's a $45 gain on just one supplement.
    Just out of interest, why would your potential customers buy supplements off you on eBay rather than direct from the same site that you bought from? Doesn't make any sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacko View Post
    Just out of interest, why would your potential customers buy supplements off you on eBay rather than direct from the same site that you bought from? Doesn't make any sense.
    Because the site where I bought them from in the first place are for businesses only. It's a business-to-business distributor site. Besides, people feel it's safer on eBay and better availability. I mean, do you think eBay is mainly for garage sales? No, people make a living off this site. Before I started testing this business idea, I got my supplements from eBay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I just bought 10 more supplements and I did research on that site and eBay and if done correctly, I should make some money. For example, I bought a weight gain supplement for $37.92, which goes for $82.99 (some cases even higher) on eBay. Not counting eBay fees and shipping, that's a $45 gain on just one supplement.
    The price competition on ebay and other online venues is intense. It was easy to find your supplements, and ebay's "sponsored listings" by your competitors are $10 less for the same item. The experienced sellers pay an extra fee to get this exposure. Also the manufacturer will sell the same supplement to the general public for $25 less on sale, including shipping.

    You might get a few accidental sales from people who don't shop around, but you'll have a hard time making a steady income with overpriced items. This is the nature of online business. It's too easy for people to compare prices and buy the lowest.

    So, can you compete on price and still make enough profit to make the venture worth your while? This is your challenge to figure out.

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    This is a must watch 5-minute video about failure and getting yourself back up and figuring things out by one of my favorite wrestling heroes, John Cena. I failed every job I ever applied for, except the ones my mom and Kane County hired me to do because I wanted it at the time, but I keep chugging along; I failed at selling a gaming PC rig I built for profit; I failed to get all but 1 supplement sold (it's only been 2 weeks, so I'm giving myself a break).

    I failed, but I WON'T STOP; I WON'T GIVE UP! I'LL KEEP CHUGGING IT ON UNTIL I GET IT RIGHT!

    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Nothing wrong with being the next Donald Trump, or Elon Musk. It's very good to be one. I am working on making the most money I can. But it's not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I'm not trying to become the next Trump, Zuckerburg, or Musk, but I want to make a living at home/online doing something I love doing. In my case, I love supplements, computer building and programming.

    What does your nephew do that he works 7 days a week for 30 years and is making as much in a month as you do in a year? Does he own a software company? No, I don't believe more than 5 days a week is meant for me. I mean I get sick whenever I over work myself.

    No shit that starting out isn't easy. I started with half a month's SSI payment (the next is expected in less than a week) and I put it into 2 different supplements; 3 a piece. Yes, I got one sale last week, but since then I can't get a new view. I hope this let down is normal for beginners and I hope something comes through soon. I'm not desperate or anything, but I don't want my auctions to go nowhere either.

    Like I said on another topic on this site, I DID make a business contact with Optimum Nutrition a few days ago, and he replied asking for my information, which I save and he send my information to another department to consideration, which he said could take a few weeks depending on volume.

    Do you have any of Donald Trump's books?????


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