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I know that what women find attractive in a man is not the money, but the traits that lead to get that money.
But a question I have, let's take for an example there is a guy that is able to get a well paid job if he really wanted to, but he has his own ambition like for example wanting to get self-employed, starting a business or becoming an artist and because of that, has just not a high income.
He exercises six days a week, eats healthy, reads a lot of books, spends time on his side business, lives his life with a lot of discipline, treats others with kindness, has a lot of confidence and a great personality.
Would it not be unfair if a women would say "no" to him, just because he still needs some time to get the wealth?
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