YOLO – Why I’m Still in Debt After I Sold My First Company

When you’re the child of immigrant parents, you quickly learn the value of a dollar and the difference between needs and wants.  Food, basic shelter, education are needs.  Everything else is wants.  I wanted “everything else”, like name brand clothes and electronics.  I got tired of being the kid in school with the $20 pair of sneakers, so I got an afterschool job after 8th grade to get those wants.   My parents would have killed me if they knew I was spending $100 on a pair of Timberland boots or a 64MB MP3…Continue Reading