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Is it possible to earn honestly some greater fortune in the present day Poland?


Alien 12 | 2,770
4 Sep 2022 #1
Is it possible to earn honestly some greater fortune in the present day Poland. In the times of PRL ( Polish People's Republic ) it was unfortunately impossible.
pawian 202 | 21,101
4 Sep 2022 #2
I would say yes. If you work hard, it is possible.

However, other people might disagree. So, we should establish two factors first.

Earn - within what period of time??? One year or life???

Fortune - what do we mean by fortune coz everybody may have different ideas at different stages of life. A mature person`s fortune isn`t a student`s fortune, definitely.
cms neuf - | 2,094
4 Sep 2022 #3
Yes it is - but expect PiS to take a huge lump of your cash and shovel it into the hands of their voters, plus some into their own koryta
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
5 Sep 2022 #4
Yes , the question is, what is a fortune?
Is 1 mln PLN a fortune or not. Perhaps you must have today at least 1 mln € or 10 or 100 mln € to be rich. I really don't know.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,486
5 Sep 2022 #5
Is it possible to earn honestly some greater fortune in the present day Poland. In the times of PRL

Yes,and also during those times people in fact made more money if you take the'honestly' part out.

I would say yes. If you work hard, it is possible.

Nope,working hard dont make money,you can slog for slave labor doing 2 jobs and make what 7/8k zlots,one needs brains with hard work to make good money.Until like some brit sh.it English teachers who come to Poland and live a cheap high life claiming to make money lol.

However, other people might disagree

People who will disagree are dumb fu.cks brainless workers.I always said that Poland has more opportunities as in the west there are people from all over the world trying to compete,one has to be real smart to make something there.In Poland all you have to do is compete with Poles who still are learning how to do business esp if you can speak the language.I personally know Poles,Dutch,Russian and Armenian people who make over 2/3 mil USD a year in Poland doing legit business who are in there 30s/40s and 60s.

@Alien,about good fortune,I myself am looking the answer to that question.Everytime I try and I meet someone who is making more or has more.I guess the true answer will be where one is comfortable,If you find the answer please let me know too.
pawian 202 | 21,101
6 Sep 2022 #6
one needs brains with hard work to make good money

Of course, I mentally included brains in it but didn`t write it coz I thought it was obvious.

Is 1 mln PLN a fortune

Within 1 year? Yes.
Within 10 years? Not so much.
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
7 Sep 2022 #7
@pawian ; 1 mln PLN....
I mean accumulated assets as a house, cash and others.
Kashub1410 5 | 590
7 Sep 2022 #8
@Alien
Currency is merely a tool, having tons of shining metals in bars at your disposal or locked gives you a false sense fortune due to many other people wants of possessing it mainly due to it's esthetical, hard to obtain and social status giving nature.

(Which is why many new rich people like to wear gold chains and overdo it as to show they have a lot of it and obtained it)

Truly, a rich man is very poor. As he knows not of love. Otherwise his need for material riches would been truly gone and not accumulated to insane proportions.

The world has it's rules, being chained to it, and following it. Is not freedom, it's slavery.

For many money is freedom, but truly it is not. It's just a tool that people idolise too much.
pawian 202 | 21,101
7 Sep 2022 #9
I mean accumulated assets as a house,

Yes, but first you need to earn it. If you earn 1 million within a year and buy a house, then it is a good result.

a student`s fortune,

An ex student of mine scored such an achievement about 10 years ago.
cms neuf - | 2,094
7 Sep 2022 #10
If we are talking about 1m zloty in assets, including a house then I think several million Poles have that - lots were able to acquire their house in the early 90s.

If you were to raise it to 2m zloty - say 400k EUR then I think a much smaller number - about 300.000 or 1 percent of the population and maybe half able to acquire that honestly
Kashub1410 5 | 590
7 Sep 2022 #11
@cms neuf
You got to be joking #10
:O
cms neuf - | 2,094
7 Sep 2022 #12
No - just my personal opinion :)
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
14 Sep 2022 #13
@cms neuf
@Kashub1410
There are 72% of all Poles who have own hause/flat without mortgage and only 4 % Swiss.
Kashub1410 5 | 590
14 Sep 2022 #14
@Alien
I guess I will have to get one soon aswell. Don't wanna be left behind!
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
14 Sep 2022 #15
@Kashub1410
You are welcome.🏡
pawian 202 | 21,101
16 Sep 2022 #16
An ex student of mine scored such an achievement about 10 years ago.

He found a job at an insurance company. He was a sales rep who visited companies and talked managers or owners into buying life policies. He was excellent in it - persistent, intrusive, obstinate. When they threw him out through the door, he returned through the proverbial window on the next day. After a year he bought himself an apartment coz his commission earnings had been so high.

Apart from persistence, a very intelligent student. He hadn`t had English in the previous school and learnt it from scratch in my class. After 4 years he was proficient enough to do well in an advanced exam. Amasing!
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
11 Oct 2022 #17
@pawian
An intelligent young man.
pawian 202 | 21,101
11 Oct 2022 #18
I deem you perfectly realise I take a little pride in enabling that student to develop his intellect and talent even further.
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
11 Oct 2022 #19
Yes, a good teacher is half the win in life.
pawian 202 | 21,101
15 Oct 2022 #20
a good teacher

Yes, I envy my students so much. They were so lucky to be bestowed the chance of meeting my on their life`s path. Amasing.
OP Alien 12 | 2,770
18 Oct 2022 #21
@pawian
It is a bit like by Novichok. Are you a genius too?


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