Quote from: Marion 1/20/2022, 6:15:45 PM
I think you should head for some more uplifting activity. But I don't want to overestimate your capabilities.
Dude, who peed in your wheeties yesterday? So many negative posts lol... Cryptinox is genuinely looking for advice here, and you have to remember he is very young. I would not be surprised if he hasn't held a job yet as most places only hire 18+. He is trying to figure out his way in the world. I don't think YouTube is the right answer either, but there's no need to tear him down imo...
Quote from: Cryptinox 1/20/2022, 6:05:20 PM
Does anyone here know about how to do CPA marketing? I know some people who made 2k in one week off of it. I also saw a channel get 9k subs in 4 days just by reuploading some stupid minecraft animation telling people to like and sub to save a minecraft diamond from falling into lava.
Matthew gives some good advice in this thread for you. Additionally, if you don't have decent work available to you, you should consider using this time to develop other skills that will be useful later. My little brother used his teenage years to learn a lot about cars and mechanic work. He isn't necessarily going to work on cars by trade now that he is old enough, but did use that experience on his resume to apply to his first job (which he got, which is a very nice job for an 18 y/o).
Additionally, he now works on cars as a hobby which helps him to save money. Unlike me, he can fix a lot of what breaks on his car himself. He bought a very cheap used car and will fix it if it breaks. I bought a much more expensive "certified pre-owned" car, and paid dearly for something very reliable, so that I wouldn't have to fix it. His route was easily 33k cheaper than mine, unless something goes catastrophically wrong with his car. If it does, he can bite the bullet and buy another beater.
Another skill you could try to learn would be basic carpentry or just round-the-house repairs. Dishwasher needs a part replaced? It's probably not as hard as you would think. Installing a new sink? Good skill to have for if you get married and your wife suddenly hates the sink that came with your new place
There are a lot of things my husband and I are just now learning how to do that would have been easy to learn when we were younger. Try to soak up as much knowledge from your parents as you can (if applicable, otherwise use the internet to learn). My dad knows how to grill and do minor repairs on cars and house stuff. I would know too, if I had pestered him to show me!