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      An idea is one thing, turning it into an actual profit is a different matter. Its friggin hard.

      One idea you said was "become a pro sports person". To pull this off takes years of practice and training in your choosen sport. Dai Beckham didnt get rich from playing a game or 2. But even with those years of practice, only a handful of people make it to the big time.
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      As for the YouTube channel, I'd love to set one up, but you are competing with well established youtubers, so that'll be tough - and even then, everyone seems to focus on the money they make and nothing else like the amount of money they raise for charity.

      And by the time you make a lot of money, you need to be well into millions of views/subscribers and join the partner programme thingy.
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      -Move to a tax-free place and work even an average job (e.g. Zurich, Dubai, Qatar etc...)
      Never thought of that before, very clever indeed
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      Watch the wolf of wall street. Very inspiring for someone like you haha
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      Be a minimalist and don't invest into luxuries.
     
     
     
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