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    “Keep them poor!” Robert Kiyosaki

    School system will never teach you about money. The school system was designed to teach you to be an employee.

    Robert Kiyosaki

    This is a very interesting quote which should make you think about it. Did you have any subject on your school where did they teach you how to earn the money? How to keep the money? How to attract money? I don’t think so. If so, you’re really lucky. If no, you’re like me. I’m not from a wealthy family. We always struggled because of the money in our family. We have all those bad patterns about money in our family. How many times I heard sentences like “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” or “Do you think I steal?” or “Without work, no cakes.” etc. Can you relate to that? Unfortunately, these noxious patterns are hereditary. Think about your childhood for a second. I bet when you were a child, your parents asked you “Who you want to become when you will grow up?” in the meaning “Which JOB do you want to do?”. They were expecting an answer like a teacher, doctor, firefighter, nurse, hairdresser, all possible professions with a paycheck. I don’t know any from my peers who would their parents asked them at their age of 14 “What about an entrepreneur?”. I think a lot of us were just hearing during a primary school and high school also “Study hard, so you can get a good job.” and from an early age, they were preparing us for this path of an employee.

    The moment I pay you, you think like an employee. That’s a trap. Entrepreneurs work for free. You never want a paycheck.

    During of high school, it’s becoming clear if you need to continue to university (dream of all parents) or you’re good just with a high school to find a job and starting to make money. Most of us also thanks to supportive parents falls into this trap even sooner because as poor students from not wealthy families we were supported to find a first part-time-job even during our studies. Brigade. Such a popular word in high school. Even more popular in college. And people started slowly to be excited for THAT DAY when paycheck will come.

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    Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down (BET COVID-19 Relief Effort)

    This is basically a love letter to New York City. And I love New York City. I hope it will recover as soon as possible and the rest of the world as well. This COVID-19 situation it’s so crazy. It’s so strange to see shoots of empty places like Times Square, Rome Colosseum, Louvre. So strange that we are almost starting to remember crowds with nostalgia…

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    How to Give the Sex Talk, with Andy Lassner: #Momsplaining with Kristen Bell

    I just simply LOOOOOOVEEEEE Kristen Bell!!! ❀ She’s just brilliant! :)) Season 5 of Momsplaining is out. This episode Kristen invited Andy Lassner, executive producer of Ellen, and together they have a sex talk with little kids. It starts with a funny session with Dr. Chris Donaghue when Kristen talks about how she and her husband Dex are sex positive. And her explanation to Andy what is sex “positive” it’s just excellent. πŸ˜€

    In second part when they have a sex talk with kids I really like the part when Kristen is pointing to body parts and kids are saying a name of it. Penis and vagina! That’s right! That’s exactly right! I can’t remember on my sex talk with my parents, most probably just with my mom, I don’t really remember how that happened. But this video certainly gave inspiration on how to have a sex talk with my future kids.

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    Never Have I Ever | Official Trailer | Netflix

    April 27th Netflix released new short TV series Never Had I Ever with Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in the lead role. Maitreyi is 18 y. o. Tamil-Canadian actor and she beat up another 15 thousand candidates who were fighting to get this role. Tv series is inspired by the childhood of Mindy Kaling. It has just 10 episodes (so sad from this!) so you need day or max. two to handle it. I finished 8 episodes on day 1 and second last in day 2. Episodes are just 30 minutes long. Don’t miss this! I think it’s brilliant!