Even if Alex losses 500k in the process, in the end of the year he will be +500k from RB which is probably in the top 0.001% of the world population based on yearly income. Almost everyone would sacrifice one year of social life for 500k, so stop the hate trolls.
+1 if Alex achieves this 8million it would be insane. gl Alex
I would. For much more too. Only idiots who have no idea how much money that is would think otherwise. Or maybe I'm over estimating cause cost of living is cheaper here and that 500k would be worth a lot.
This isn't 'sacrificing his social life' , its complete isolation under immense stress, pressure and frustration. For a full calendar year. It's not like he just has to hang out inside all day and not socialize. Even that would be extremely unhealthy. This is going to drastically affect him longterm mentally, it is a terrible idea and should obv just be done on a smaller scale for less money while still having some free time and to socialize. I am also forgetting that he said he has zero friends though, tough to imagine why.
We get it man you're so cool for changing the settings to 100 posts/page!
Forum standard is 15 though so I think you understand what he means.
Obv this isn't the most healthy thing to do, but I feel like some people are a bit overconcerned. For a million or even 500k I'd lock myself a way for a year!
As he said in OP he's going to start at 12x SNE pace (first days even 18x) so he's going to have free days in the future. I'm not saying this is going to be aesy, it's going to be hard, but as he stated it's a means to an end. Give up some freedom now (not that much considering his social status before the challenge) and get a way better life afterwards.
GL Awice, gonna be a sick grind and I'm curious to find out if you'll make it. Definitely a legendary thread already.
GL this seems completely insanse, but doable, you just need to want it good enough
Weightlifters who get golds at olympics train 4-6 hours in 2 sessions daily, eat, sleep, repeat, nothing else. People assume you roll over and die because of so much training, but its not true, you just need to want it enough. I think the same goes for poker and grinding.
1 question (apologize if posted before, cant check 25 pages)
1) Haven't you thought about hiring a guy or 2 to tape you and do some sporadic interviews which can be turned into a documentary later? (and also provide the mental benefit of venting?)