How to Make More Money | Become a Gamer

It’s funny that I ran across a statistic that said if you want to make more money, you need to become a gamer. Before all of us had access to a cell phone, one of the most common handheld devices was Nintendo’s GameBoy. Little did we know that shortly after this fad, we would have the internet at our fingertips, access to unlimited information, and as a culture would become

addicted to social media.

If you want to make more money, you need to stop spending years of your life scrolling through social media and buy yourself a Nintendo Switch. The future leaders of America are only going to know a world with technology and will have most likely spent countless hours playing FortNite.

Unless you want to find yourself at age 40

being called the “old” person in the office, you need to adjust your strategy to keep up with the times. . Even Facebook, despite being created in the 2000’s, is depicted by our youth as something that “old” people use.

Not only is playing video games important for staying relevant but playing them helps you on a personal level too. For one, the games nowadays are so advanced with their dialogue, they can help improve your grammar skills.

Without giving a laundry list, video games can teach you patience, problem solving, and sometimes even cooking recipes! As crazy as it sounds, even corporations are beginning to hire more creative people such as MFA’s (Master Fine Arts) due to outsourcing data input jobs overseas to countries such as India.

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So, if you want to make more money, expand your mind, and set yourself up for the future, put your phone away, and start playing video games.

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Happy Slacking,

Joshua Krafchick, AKA “CHACHI”

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