Just met up with business partners and we’re gathered outside waiting for a table to get down to business. Engaging in small talk to build a bit of rapport with them and talk about potential business opportunities that might come up. A lot of networking going on.
7:35 pm: We are being let in now.
7:54 pm: Okay, took us a bit to get set up, but we are ready to start looking at our financial assets. Might be some joint venture opportunities, will have to see.
7:57 pm: Our financial advisors joined us to explain all the caveats to us, and we’re finally ready to start.
8:01 pm: Tim heard about someone letting go of 40,000 lots of stock in a medically-linked firm. He’s considering but thinks he will pass it on to Emily who seems more eager in owning stock.
8:03 pm: Just got a chance to buy a private 3-room apartment at only $20,000 COV because Mike didn’t want it. I’m very happy, it’s a great deal. Will rent out a couple rooms to foreigners for $2,000 per month.
8:07 pm: Mike used the $20,000 he got from me plus some of his savings to put a downpayment on a smaller studio apartment that he can rent out. He’s renting it out too for a bit less. Managed to get a better location so can command higher rental.
8:12 pm: Michelle announces she wants to pay off all her student loans. It’s not much since she never went to uni (she’s a cleaner) and she just cashed in on some buyer for her collector’s edition gold coin collection. So it’s all good!
8:15 pm: Emily just got a reminder from her bank to pay off her credit card bill. The interest is insane! Looks like she needs to ask us for a temporary loan until she can pay it off. Tim has the money since he’s a doctor so he offered it interest free since we’re all friends.
8:18 pm: Michelle had a baby! She doesn’t seem too happy about it though.
8:22 pm: Mike and me decided to share and buy another property. This one is even bigger. But we’re hesitant to put so much cash in.
8:23 pm: I think Tim wants to join in the deal so now we can all afford it and split the profits from the rental. Great!
8:30 pm: Wow! The stock market boomed, especially for the medical industry. Emily made a killing, sold off her stock, and even paid off her credit card debt to Tim. She has enough to pay off most of her debts and she seems really happy. Yay!
8:34 pm: Michelle had another baby! We’re all happy but she’s definitely not. She’s complaining that life isn’t fair.
8:45 pm: Managed to make a few more great property deals with Emily, Mike and Tim. Michelle wants to get on board with us now but she is worried about having enough to support her children.
9:14 pm: Emily bought a round the world trip and achieved her lifelong dream! Not too bad for a cleaner.
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