Which third world shithole are you from? More info needed
Also, are you from a prominent family or at the very least middle class? I.e., are the members of your extended family involved in business, law, medicine, the military or other petty bourgeoise professions?
>>1020055 North africa I have a pretty big family and they are all rich except my mom ( my dad died when i was 4 ) all my cousins and uncles are rich most of them are lawyers and judgers and the husband of my aunt is a known politician .
>>1020065 >Sounds like success is in your genes then. If your father was still alive you probably would be as rich as the rest of your family. that's what i always thought plus since he died my mother stopped working and only cared for me we can live because we have 3 others appartements in total ( with the one we live in right now included ) and we rent them for like 400 dollars a month ( the two) + every 6 month my mom have 500 dollars because her dad was some rich faggot that own PLENTY of things and the family rent them and it's divised by 10 ( the total number of my aunts /uncles . what can i do with that ?
>>1020045 you could always illegally immigrate to a first world country and then suck 100000 dicks for $10 each, after that I would invest your $1 mil in a good index fund from Vanguard and move back to your original country for the lower cost of living.
Buy more apartments. Also work on following the rest of your family in whatever trade/professions you guys are involved in, but in the meantime get a job and try to get capital to buy (mortgage) more property.
Real estate is more volatile in third world countries because it's not as much of a sure thing, but the cashflow nevertheless is still good.
Enough cash flow and you don't even have to work, you can dedicate yourself to building a business, working on your profession, networking into politics.
Which country are you in? Morocco? Egypt? Tunisia? If you are somewhere like Tunisia with 10 million people, and it's anything like South America, it basically means you live in a big tribe.
Work your way to the top, and keep your family close, you will need them to climb up.
If you are somewhere like Egypt with as many people as germany...well, it's a lot tougher.
>>1020147 The problem right now it's pretty much impossible to own/buy a house because since libyans came to tunisia it became too expensive because they have plenty of money , they are stupid and any amout of money to rent or buy anything ..
>>1020190 No but i have 2 close cousins right now that are studying in france and an uncle working there . ( Post-secondary preparatory school / classes preparing for entrance examinations to the French Grandes Ecoles. The preparation for the entrance examinations to the French Grandes Ecoles begins after a student has obtained a Baccalauréat diploma (the bac, which is the equivalent of A-levels in Britain, marks the end of high-school education and qualifies a student to enter university). A student will spend two (or three) years in the classes préparatoires in a fixed program of study that focuses on mathematics, physics and chemistry. These preparatory courses are rarely available outside France.).
>>1020183 Starting over here in Europe is rarely a good idea. Because you'll be truly at the bottom of society. If you succeed at getting a life here you might still feel like an outcast and a failure. Most migrants dont understand that just managing to survive in Europe might make you appear rich in third world countries, but you'll be just above a bum in the west.
People are the happiest if they are just a bit richer than their neighbours. If you change neighbours the standards change.
That said, if you study in a country where education is cheap for non-Europeans you might get a head start in life. And you might manage to blend in.
>>1020192 call your cousins in france and ask them realistically if they can land you a job there. If they can, go for it.
Otherwise, ask for the advice and mentorship of your wealthiest relatives / friends. You can explain to them why you seek their guidance, and they'll be the most helpful to you in landing you first good jobs and taking steps to be productive in their sector.
Step one: See something that successfully works in the first world and is very popular (preferably some low cost digital startup)
Step 2: Copy startup in your country before said startup company even thinks about going to fucking third world.
Step 3 Sell startup after few years to either the real company from the first world or to some stupid businessmen before you get overrun when the real company moves to your country.
Should work well in tier 3 Asian and the better African countries since most good US startups in their initial expansion only go to Europe, South African, China and India, Australia and maybe Brazil but not to all the smaller irrelevant countries.
>>1020520 Nope i said tunisia >>1020407 well they told me if i have good grades this year when i graduate then maybe i can come study with them there but i don't know if i can make it i have severe depression and i go to a psychologist every 15 days or so and it isn't helping me that much ..
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