Alright so I'm a fucking retard at planning, literally can't be arsed to do it. I even play chess as if it were checkers. I'm really really good at tactics, horrible at strategy. I basically have a brain that can execute and succeed in any immediate task, but there is not necessarily a strategic element at involved. I'm a fantastic problem solver, but the issue exists that I solve the problem but perhaps not strategically solved.
Most jobs I believe are in the realm of strategy. Most people are playing multi-step things. I'm a one step guy. Fucking good at the one step. I never fail when I take my one step. But I never do multi-step strategies in my life.
What type of job fits my ability to solve any issue as long as it is single step and future strategy is not a factor? I'm talking my brain is supercharged for it, anything that requires one step but would still be too difficult for 99% of people to process, I can easily solve that situation. Add a second step, but both step are much easier and wham I'm uninterested and useless. I am a one trick pony.
Have you considered the US military? Seems kind of obvious for you doesn't it?
Sir I want to go to heaven how would killing poor people be part of that
You're too autistic to be a diversity hire, unfortunately. Your best bet's manual labor that isn't customer driven.
Yes I have excelled at this I am referred to as a horse even by mexicans
Based. Just don't be retarded with your money. You have a time limit for how much you can truck.
Oh I am retarded with my money. Literally not motivated by money. To the point it astonishes and concerns other people around me. I am quite seriously only motivated by inspiration in the moment. Money is no factor at all in my decision making process.
It's not about money when doing this type of stuff. It's a career choice. If you like the outside and tools, charge money=better tools. Better tools=cooler looking results.
No money=lousy results because you have no tools. Simple as.
It's always about money, if I'm to charge someone $1000 for anything less than a kidney all I want to do is say I'm sorry and beg for forgiveness
So yer bored? Suck it up princess. Sounds like your body weak. Nice ten-twelve hour shift throwing interlock over a summer should tire you out. Eventually make you stronger, then by end of season you'll look like you're made from stone.
Bored? No. I don't get bored. I have a great imagination. I entertain myself quite well.
The post is in regards to information processing and distribution flow of this information, in the brain. Basically once things become strategy, where you may do sub-optimal tasks in the moment to benefit the greater strategy, I then lose interest. I hate doing things for strategy. I'm a one step type of guy, I like to always do the most optimal tactic in the moment, but this often is not strategic at all.
Yeah you like the brick work, the ownership of whatever you are working on completely disinterests you. I get that. Doing stone work is an excellent job for that. The customer has the vision, you have the labour and skill. At the end of the job hand the product back to the customer with a bill. Also works with Reno's. Picrel.
Or am I off ranch here?
Even within this seemingly simple type of job there are a broad range of nuances that lend themselves toward a more rounded type of human
Not human, but thanks.
No we do this to train your people to survive if you wish to survive. I'm actually an engineer that's retired because I ain't going back to the office. And you certainly aren't soon enough either with the a.i. getting ramped up. Avoid the trap of analysis paralysis.
If you want to make quick money. Roof snow removal. 1000 to remove a seasons worth of snow and about two inches of ice destroying someones roof. Takes a couple hours but in three weeks at the right time of year....100k-130k. Just don't sleep and answer every call for help. All cash
I have a theory as to why this is. I think I may simply be very skeptically minded. Multi-step processes require lots of assumptions, where I am still waiting for confirmation of the first step. I suppose I may be uncomfortable running around and doing permutations of assumptions. I like to get confirmation of one step, and then go to the next step and get confirmation of that one.
This of course is an issue in that you need to be able to run this assumption simulations often in order to properly make your single steps. I just make single steps operating off the information of the single step, often ignoring the broader picture.
To effect the simulation you must first know how to actually build something and make it last or it doesn't last.
Picrel. Complete terraforming on the behest of a client to change their backyard from a rocky dump into a super sweet offsite party spot in the woods.
To do this miniex, lots of blades and those blocks weight around 180 pounds...they also shatter like cheap plates if they get dropped. Also cost about 300 a block.
I mean yeah that stuff is fun but doesn't it always get cucked by the homeowners insecurity with money? I'd say 9/10 rich people I encounter they seriously limit their own creativity because they are spiraling in money fear.
I have built entire houses with my own hands without power tools btw. I am capable of multi-step planning, but I seriously dislike it for philosophical reasons that I have failed to surpass.
What the hell does it matter. A job is a job, and it's not about the money. The client has the money and you bring the drive to make it happen. It's not rocket science, it's getting up and going and doing it. Then making it look super fuckin sweet.
See this picrel. The lady didn't like the colour after she came back after a vacation. Had to pick it all up, charged her of course, and put a slightly greier version down. Again, money's okay but in this case it wasn't about the money. She wanted a big space for her grandkids to fuck around in she could see them.
Hardly art, but seven days work clearing, leveling and dropping/cutting rock with three dudes. 14000
Bro I am glad you are proud of your work. I don't think any of your replies have been related to the thread, however.
They aren't, trying to get you to stop whinging about the fact you're one of few that made it. And you know what the reward for good work is.
More work. You don't get to stop until you find a replacement. In your case.
You never started.
You have no idea what you're talking about and your perspective is stockholm syndrome at best. Your advice is worthless to me.
Cuz you sound like a gay nagger
Ever tried coding?
This is supposed to do X but it's not, find out why and/or fix it.
I know multiple languages I'm a good coder, however I would quite literally rather be drowned than talk like a homosexual on a zoom call.
> Good at solving one problem at a time
> Has no context, long-term memory or planning
Congrats bro, you're literally ChatGPT.
ChatGPT is way more useful than me
Maybe you should be the owner of Tesla,SpaceX, and Twitter
Yeah it's lots and lots of money to do odd jobs way more than most people assume almost all of my friends are contractors, I can assure you, odd jobs are a salesman's position. A savvy guy will make hundreds of dollars more per job just from his personality.
>Most people are playing multi-step things
lol? Most Americans can't read.
Even basic normie retards genuinely seem to possess strategic elements to their behavior, where they actively pick sub-optimal in the moment tactics in order to better supplement the broader strategy. I basically just smash mentally or physically whatever is in front of me without much consideration.
So are you a tard or do you just lack any sense of direction?
I'm just searching for a corner of life that my talents can occupy most precisely.
Well, I think you've got to carve it out by yourself.
Find something that's fun and interesting and get really good at it. You'll probably be able to sell the skill later.
Normies aren't actually any sort of grand strategists, they just go by feel most of the time. They're lucky that people tend to be interested in and driven to do things that sustain individuals and populations.
"If the path before you is clear, it is probably somebody else's." -Joseph Campbell
I am probably destined to be a homeless man, if I were to guess. I pretty much just deny myself this obvious truth every day.
Begging on the streets makes a fuck ton of money.
The only problem with it is that you'll probably copy the habits of the homeless drug addicts eventually.
By being homeless I mean living outdoors without a home anon. There is no begging involved here. I would sooner be a used car salesman.