If you have parents who support you, who are willing to let you move back in at a young age – yes, you might be made fun of by your friends; but if they support you and they don’t divert you from your mission and goal or make you unsure about yourself, and instead support you fully – then I would move back at that stage.
When your family has a stable house, has a stable place for you to stay; and as long as they’re 100% supporting you, as long as there’s no questioning – I’d say you should stay. Because even small seeds in difficult times for you, can make you unsure and start doubting yourself. Suddenly your thought process leans towards the negative. And you quit.
Because the only thing that can essentially stop your journey is quitting. There’s really nothing that can stop it except for you. You will stop it! You will, at some point, say: “I don’t want to do this. It’s too hard for me,” or: “I don’t believe I can do this,” or you’ll allow people around you to accelerate that thought process and that conclusion for you.
So it’s very important that you surround yourself with people who believe in you and don’t try to change you, which is very hard by itself. Because if you’re doing something that only 2% of people are doing, everybody will look at you like an alien – right? And when you do that, they might start making small jokes about you. And especially if they see you’re successful, they will start disliking that.
So I think this is really something that is that step-ladder system. Have a job, get the money, but limit your costs so much that you almost live off bread and water, I would say. And then invest that cash you have in learning.
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