>that one cousin who constantly tells everyone he's starting up a company that makes "websites"
>that guy on your facebook who invites you to "like" his "online clothing shop" page
>that dude that tells you he "has the greatest idea ever" for a start up company, but just needs a programmer
>that frat boy who switched degrees 3 times already in 4 years, and still believes he's gonna get there by "networking"
i dont think you realize, but this is a confession thread, not a roast-afriend thread
To be fair, networking will get you farther than most degrees. Ive seen generic frat boy business majors land positionbs they certainly werent qualified for simply because they know people.
>when they claim to know everything about biz but their answer to everything is "supply and demand" or "laissez-faire"
in this case
>that autist that started trading, had two successful trades, but then lost 3% in an unsuccessful and got depressed over it and wasn't trading a year.
>that guy who thinks his job title means something special about him and, whenever he types it out, capitalizes the words like it's some kind of official rank
>that guy that constantly advertises something he sells on fb, while there's exactly zero target for his product there.
>that guy who promotes his shitty MLM insurance scam on facebook to get referrals
You'd be amazed at how many millions of shitty websites exist thanks to indians
I hope a proper web design & development company and clients love us because we can make stuff that doesn't look like warm turds
'They' aren't doing anything either. They don't develop any special skills whatsoever, and just boast about things they will not achieve. Every day it's another dude with a story about his fucking start up.
>ABLOO ALBOO BUT UR SHITPOSTING RIGHT NOW WHILE YOU COULD BE DOING SOMETHING ELSE
>>that frat boy who switched degrees 3 times already in 4 years, and still believes he's gonna get there by "networking"
>YFW he actually does
That's the funniest thing. There's literal fratboys who got farther in life than some nerd type-A kid who did 15 extra-curriculars, had perfect marks since elementary school and was valedictorian of his HS.
My cousins are frat boys who did nothing but drinking during university. Now they have so much trouble getting a job or getting into grad school.
Every frat boy thinks the other frat boys have some rich dad with crazy connections, meanwhile none of their dads have.
Not business related, but I know a frat guy who was barely 3.0 and got a 24MCAT get accepted to a competitive MD program simply because his dad knew one of the adcoms. Was selected over another friend of mine who had a much more solid resume.
Networking is certainly something to take advantage of. Dont rely on it, though.
>tfw I am that guy
>found a programmer who is working for me at reasonable price
>as a web designer creates good website with flat colors and shit
> client comes and says design is too simple and draws a shitty sketch to show how it should look
>shows a flash website and tells to copy it
I hate my life as Indian web designer
A lot of people for some reason have this idea in their heads that they have a brilliant idea and just need a programmer - with a catch, the programmer won't get paid until the app/site/etc makes it 'big'.
Do they even realize that, that brilliant idea will need lots of money for promotion, btw programmer or developer for app can only handle coding stuff, what about back end and server management? those things sure need lots of money. Having mindset like that won't take them too far.