Friday, December 18, 2015

Swagg Man > 100% Capitaliste





"Je soutiens les mecs qui font de l’oseille, tu vois. Légalement ou pas. L’important c’est d’en faire... Je soutiens la cause de ceux qui réussissent, peu importe comment."  -- Swagg Man





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PYGOD pense la même chose!



Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Swagg Man sur Comment être Riche

Swagg Man a republié un article sur "Comment être Riche"
Il devrait en écrire un sur comment avoir l'air riche.





VOILA UN ECONOMISTE QUI A TOUT COMPRIS heart emoticon : www.atlantico.fr :
comment devient-on riche en France en partant de rien?

Condition n° 1 :
pour devenir riche, il faut ... s’intéresser à son argent

Une évidence me direz-vous ... ? ...Pas si sûr ! Les personnes qui considèrent l’argent autrement que comme une résultante de leur activité professionnelle, qui regardent leur situation financière comme un domaine à part entière de leur vie, sont rares.
Or si votre richesse (absolue ou relative) peut effectivement provenir de votre activité professionnelle, elle peut tout aussi bien découler d’un loisir ou d’une passion (la cuisine, la photo, internet ...), de votre carnet d’adresses (en étant rémunéré en tant qu’intermédiaire) ou de l’intérêt que vous porterez aux investissements financiers ou à l’immobilier.
Pour les nombreuses options financières à votre disposition, il vous faudra d’abord apprendre à dissocier le travail et l’argent ; apprendre à vous intéresser à vos finances et leur consacrer du temps et de l’attention. Impossible de devenir riche si "l’argent ne vous intéresse pas" !




Condition n° 2 :
affirmer son envie

Au fond, tout le monde a envie d’être riche. Par héritage, par mariage ou en jouant au loto. Sans rien faire et surtout sans le dire ! Parce que vouloir gagner de l’argent et "devenir riche" est mal vu (depuis quand "riche" est-il devenu un gros mot ?) et forcément hasardeux (pas de succès garanti), nombreux sont ceux qui se contenteront d’en rêver et danseront en permanence un grand écart entre le discours ambiant (haro sur les riches !) et leur désir secret.
Le premier pas pour devenir riche : arrêter d’en vouloir aux riches ; arrêter de prétendre ne pas vouloir plus d’argent ; accepter des ambitions pour lesquelles l’argent sera le carburant ; accepter l’envie d’avoir ou de faire plus … et commencer à agir dans ce sens.
Sans nécessairement le proclamer haut et fort (un peu risqué par les temps qui courent) ... se l’avouer à soi-même suffira probablement - dans un premier temps !





Condition n° 3 :
Penser autrement

Peut-on devenir riche en pensant et en faisant comme tout le monde ? Définitivement non ... ! C’est LA condition essentielle pour espérer devenir riche un jour : penser autrement ; voir ce que les autres ne voient pas (le palais sous le tas de pierres) et agir différemment (acheter quand les autres vendent ... épargner quand tout nous incite à consommer ... investir dans une formation plutôt que dans une nouvelle voiture).
C’est aussi la raison pour laquelle il y a si peu de vrais candidats à la richesse : non pas que l’imagination et la créativité fassent défaut à la plupart d’entre nous, mais parce que penser et agir différemment signifient quitter la majorité pour une minorité, passer parfois pour un peu fou (ou folle) - et jouer les explorateurs sur des sentiers pas vraiment balisés.
Pas très rassurant et souvent dissuasif.
Pourtant, la richesse est au prix de l’indépendance et de la différence.


JE DÉPENSE MINIMUM 200.000€ PAR MOIS CHEZ ROLEX . JE SUIS MILLIONNAIRE
 TU AURAIS FAIT PAREILLE MAIS TU NI LEVIDENCE...
 
© 2014 pheed.com/TheSwaggManTV



Condition n° 4 :
investir et lâcher prise

On ne devient pas riche sans investir. De l’argent ou du temps. En matière de richesse, avoir de l’argent de côté est forcément un plus.
Mais notre argent n’est pas la seule ressource à notre disposition. Il en existe d’autres, qui le remplacent souvent avantageusement ... Pour n’en citer que quelques-unes : l’argent des autres ; notre temps ... et la plus importante d’entre toutes : la confiance.
Pourquoi prête-t-on davantage aux riches qu’aux moins riches ? Parce qu’on leur fait confiance ! Ils ont de l’argent, certes, mais ils ont aussi prouvé qu’ils savaient faire. Est-il nécessaire d’avoir de l’argent pour inspirer la confiance ? Non !
Mais au fait, que signifie "investir" ? Voici ma définition : investir, c’est mobiliser une ressource sans garantie sur le résultat. En prenant le risque que cette "dépense" (d’énergie ou d’argent) puisse être perdue.
Mais en espérant que nos calculs, nos projections, notre anticipation de l’avenir seront justes et porteront leurs fruits !
Et si devenir riche se résumait finalement à un acte de foi ? Une école du lâcher prise dont nous avions tous le secret à la naissance : lorsque nous avons lâché la main qui nous sécurisait pour apprendre à marcher seul (e) !




Swagg Man ☛ Sa fortune ? ☉ Mon hypothèse ☉ by ♣ Maxime Lourenço ♣ Swagg Man révèle l'origine de sa fortune !! 



De très gros sponsors dont il n'a pas le droit de dévoiler le nom???? Lol



Pour en savoir plus sur LE Swagg Man

Swagg Man





Swagg Man is another one of many hip hop rappers who claim to be a multi millionaire. Former prison guard Rick Ross claimed to be "rich off cocaine" while Swagg Man claims to be a multi millionaire international real estate investor owning palaces, villas, residences, high-class appartments, and restaurants all around the world.

Born on December 23 1988, Swagg Man debuted his YouTuber rapper rapper career on 2009 AFTER making a fortune buying and selling properties in Florida and Dubai. Which mean that if we believe his many bios in french and english all over the web. He would have already made it at the very young age of 20 as a high-profile real estate investor??? It sound like a pro wrestling gimmick to me.

Two questions to ask yourself.



Would you buy real estate from this man?



Would a banker finance this guy's investment project?


No and no. In fact, his look and attitude would be huge handicap in the conservative high-level business and finance world.

Thus plus becoming a big real estate playa before the age of 21. No way! Not without an head start from a rich and influent daddy. Billionaire real estate mogul and right-wing Republican candidate Donald Trump had his start that way. His father Fred Trump, an affluent New York city real estate developer, taught him all he know and left him with an inheritance of up to $75 Millions.



Can the Swagg Man excels at this cut-throat game?





At least, the Swagg Man seems to have some swag...




Take a look at his official french and english bios on the net.


Swagg Man, est né le 23 décembre 1988, de son vrai nom Rayan Sanches est un Rappeur/Chanteur/Comedien/DJ franco-Americain d'origine Bresilio/Tunisienne.Il habite actuellement au Etats-Unis à Miami en Floride. 
Homme d'affaire averti, il est propriétaire de restaurants, d'immeubles (résidences, villas, appartements de haut standing) et de grand Palaces , a Miami, Brésil, Dubaï et en Tunisie. 

Il décida de monter son propre label S.W.M.Entertainment en 2012.C'est le seul Artiste rap indépendant Français ayant obtenu l'intégralité de ses titres dans le top 200 itunes.L'origine de sa fortune fait fantasmer ses fans ainsi que les médias.Elle serait estimée à plusieurs millions d'euros.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSwaggManTV/about




ABOUT :
Young rapper and actor who has earned a major following on YouTube, posting music videos to the tune of more than 200,000 subscribers. He has sold out concerts, but his real presence resides online.

BEFORE FAME :

He debuted on YouTube in 2009 after making a fortune buying and selling properties in Miami and Dubai.

TRIVIA :

He has a tattoo that says "Everyday is my birthday" on his forehead and one that says "Louis Vuitton" on his head due to his sponsorship with the brand. He started his own clothing line and his own record label called S.W.M. Entertainment.

FAMILY LIFE :

He was born Rayan Sanches and gave himself the name Swagg Man in 2009.


Swagg Man:

Swagg Man, est né le 23 décembre 1988, de son vrai nom Rayan Sanches est un Rappeur/Chanteur/Comedien/DJ franco-Americain d’origine Brésilio/Tunisienne. Il habite actuellement à Paris (75) dans le célèbre quartier du Triangle d'Or, il vit également au Etats-Unis à Miami en Floride

Biographie:

Ne voyant pas de déboucher pour lui à Nice, il part pour la capitale à 17 ans, avec seulement 100 euros en poche. A Paris, il vivra l’enfer de la rue. De petits boulots en petit boulot, il arrivera à faire fructifier son argent.
Homme d’affaire averti, il est propriétaire de restaurants, d’immeubles (résidences, villas, appartements de haut standing) et de grand Palaces , a Miami, Brésli, Dubaï et enTunisie.

Aucune maison de disque sachant voir son potentiel, il décida de monter son propre label S.W.M.Entertainment en 2012.

En 2014, il crée la surprise chacun des clips extraits de son futur album « M.S.T » dépassent le million de vus. (plus de 37 millions de vues sur sa chaine YouTube )

C’est le seul Artiste rap indépendant Français ayant obtenu l’intégralité de ses titres dans le top 200 itunes.

Il intrigue les médias, MTV, D8 ,TF1, NRJ12, Canal + se l’arrachent.

Il affole le net, sa page Facebook possède plus de 1.000.000 de membres !
Son album est devenu, l’un des plus attendu du milieu du hip hop, sortie prévu en fin d’année.

En parallèle, ses marques de vêtements « Posey Bro », « Jnouney » & «Only Cash Paris » seront lancées.

Image publique et controverse:

L’origine de sa fortune fait fantasmer ses fans ainsi que les médias.Elle serait estimée à plusieurs millions d’euros. On sait de lui qu’il a eu affaire à la justice plus d’une fois.

Discographie:
-Single

Black Card
Suicidey
B
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Ma Bentley
Savent-ils
J'ai pas le temps
Hotel



(Photo: Lauren Carol Smith)
Swagg Man and his trademark Louis Vutton head tattoo




The Bullshit!







Claims to have $270,000 of tattoos




Swagg Man most likely enjoys spending (flushing Money down the toilet) on very expensive and useless things just for the purpose of showing off.







A very interesting character nonetheless.





http://bedfordandbowery.com/2013/12/10-reasons-this-french-rapper-with-a-louis-vuitton-skull-tattoo-might-just-be-the-most-absurd-man-alive/
http://www.purebreak.com/news/swagg-man-revele-enfin-l-origine-de-sa-fortune-un-business-100-legal/73477
https://www.facebook.com/TheSwaggManTV
https://www.facebook.com/TheSwaggManTV/info/?tab=page_info

Friday, October 2, 2015

Famous People Who Found Success Despite Failures




A very interesting and inspirational article about people who failed a lot but kept going forward to finally become historical success story. Originally published on getbusylivingblog.com by an unknown author. I've added my personal touch to it.


Sylvester Stallone, centimillionaire movie star. His Rocky script was rejected 44 times before being finally accepted. But his fight was over, since he had to convince the producer to be the star of the movie. Then he had to train several hours a day for several month to look like a pro Boxer.




J.K Rowling, the author of Harry Potterspoke to the graduating class of Harvard in June 2008. She didn’t talk about success. She talked about failures. Her own in particular. I absolutely love her quote.
“You might never fail on the scale I did,” Rowling told that privileged audience. “But it is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all—in which case, you fail by default."
She should know. The author didn’t magically become richer than the Queen of England overnight. Penniless, recently divorced, and raising a child on her own, she wrote the first Harry Potter book on an old manual typewriter.
Twelve publishers rejected the manuscript! A year later she was given the green light by Barry Cunningham from Bloomsbury, who agreed to publish the book but insisted she get a day job cause there was no money in children’s books.
What if she stopped at the first rejection? The fifth? Or the tenth?
The measure of success can be shown by how many times someone keeps going despite hearing only no.
The following people are not the only ones who have succeeded despite failure and rejection.
I thought they would be the most interesting to you.

People who found success despite failures




Colonel Sanders: The founder of KFC. He started his dream at 65 years old! He got a social security check for only $105 and was mad. Instead of complaining he did something about it.
He thought restaurant owners would love his fried chicken recipe, use it, sales would increase, and he’d get a percentage of it. He drove around the country knocking on doors, sleeping in his car, wearing his white suit.
Do you know how many times people said no till he got one yes? 1009 times!




Walt Disney: The man who gave us Disney World and Mickey Mouse. His first animation company went banktrupt. He was fired by a news editor cause he lacked imagination. Legend has it he was turned down 302 times before he got financing for creating Disney World.

Albert Eistein: He didn’t speak till he was four and didn’t read till seven. His parents and teachers thought he was mentally handicapped. He only turned out to win a Nobel prize and be the face of modern physics.

Richard Branson: He’s a billionaire mogul of Virgin but has had his share of failures. Remember Virgin Cola or Virgin credit cards? Probably not. He’s lost hundreds of millions of dollars but has not let failure stop him. When you’re rich like him you can rent his private island for $53,000 a night.

Mark Cuban: The billionaire owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks got rich when he sold his company to Yahoo for $5.9 billion in stock. He admitted he was terrible at his early jobs. His parents wanted him to have a normal job. So he tried carpentry but hated it. He was a short order cook but a terrible one. He waited tables but couldn’t open a bottle of wine. He says of his failures,
“I’ve learned that it doesn’t matter how many times you failed,” Cuban says. “You only have to be right once. I tried to sell powdered milk. I was an idiot lots of times, and I learned from them all.”

Vincent Van Gogh: He only sold one painting in his lifetime!  Just one to a friend. Despite that he kept painting and finished over 800 pieces. Now everyone wants to buy them and his most expensive painting is valued at $142.7 million.

Theodor Seuss Giesel: Dr. Seuss gave us Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham. Books every child reads. At first many didn’t think he would succeed. 27 different publishers rejected Dr. Seuss’s first book To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street.

John Grisham: The American author first was a lawyer who loved to write. His first book A Time to Kill took three years to write. The book was rejected 28 times until he got one yes for a 5,000 copy print. He’s sold over 250 million total copies of his books.

Steven Spielberg: He applied and was denied two times to the prestigious University of Southern California film school. Instead he went to Cal State University in Long Beach.
He went on to direct some of the biggest movie blockbusters in history. Now he’s worth $2.7 billion and in 1994 got an honorary degree from the film school that rejected him twice.

Stephen King: His first book Carrie was rejected 30 times and he threw it in the trash. His wife retrieved it out of the trash and encouraged him to resubmit it. The rest is history. He has sold more than 350 million copies of his books. (He’s also made many adults fear clowns too.)

Stephenie Meyer: The author of the crazy Twilight series said the inspiration from the book came from a dream. She finished it in three months but never intended to publish it until a friend suggested she should.
She wrote 15 letters to literary agencies. Five didn’t reply. Nine rejected. One gave her a chance. Then eight publishers auctioned for the right to publish Twilight. She got a three book deal worth $750,000. In 2010, Forbes reported she earned $40 million.

Tim Ferris: The man behind the 4 Hour Workweek, who changed how many people view work and life, was rejected by 26 publishers before one gave him a chance. It’s been on the bestseller’s list for years, sold all over the world, and last year published The 4 Hour Body that went to #1 on the New York Times bestsellers list.

The Beatles: They were rejected by many record labels. In a famous rejection, the label said,“”guitar groups are on the way out” and “the Beatles have no future in show business”.

After that the Beatles signed with EMI, brought Beatlemania to the United States, and became the greatest band in history.

Michael Jordan: He’s famous for being cut from his high school basketball team. He turned out to be the greatest basketball player but never let failure deter him. I love this quote…
“I have missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I have lost almost 300 games. On 26 occasions I have been entrusted to take the game winning shot, and I missed. I have failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”

Thomas Edison: No list of success from failures would be complete without the man who gave us many inventions including the light bulb. He knew failure wouldn’t stop him.
"If I find 10,000 ways something won’t work, I haven’t failed. I am not discouraged, because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward."


There is no success without failure

Decide what is important to you and take huge steps everyday even though it doesn’t seem like it’s working. Success doesn’t happen without failures. It’s reality.

Deal with it.

How bad do you want to achieve your goal? It better be so bad that rejection won’t derail you.
How much do you believe in what you’re doing? Colonel Sanders did despite 1009 rejections!
“Fall down seven times, get up eight.” – Japanese proverb




source:
http://getbusylivingblog.com/famous-people-who-found-success-despite-failures/
Interesting links:
https://inspiringpersonalities.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/sylvester-stallone/
http://www.evancarmichael.com/Famous-Entrepreneurs/1439/A-Little-Colonel-Of-Truth-How-Sanders-Turned-KFC-Into-A-Global-Success.html
http://www.bulletproofmusician.com/the-secret-of-highly-successful-people/
http://fr.slideshare.net/bright9977/my-10-life-lessons-rocky-balboa-7583489
https://www.google.ca/search?q=colonel+sanders+determination&safe=off&rlz=1C1NCHB_enCA593CA593&espv=2&biw=1024&bih=653&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAWoVChMIyIW_yI2kyAIVhHY-Ch3rdgBd&dpr=1#imgrc=ebLB1drRurbZAM%3A

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Most Lucrative stuff in Combat Sports


I am a lifelong Combat Sports fan and historian with a blog (StrengthFighter.com) created expecially to spread the gospel.

I am so obsessed with Combat Sports that I have created my own Combat Sport (SLAUGHTERSPORT) and my own Fighters (Combatants).

But in my lifelong quest to create the most perfect and utopic Combat Sport ever. I needed to think about what the people really want. 

Is it a better barometer to see what the people want than by searching for the biggest box-office Moneymakers in Combat Sports history?
Nope!

Money talks and bullshit walks! 
That is how life goes!

3 things to watch in searching for the most popular stuff in Combat Sports & martial arts.
  1. Fighters
  2. Movies
  3. Video Games


Without further ado, here is...
The most lucrative fighter, fighting movie, and fighting video game in history.



1- Floyd Mayweather



The best paid sportman and the undefeatable Franchise of pro boxing.


Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
5'8", 149 lbs,
72" reach, age 38 (2015)
8% body fat



For this year 2015, Floyd Mayweather is the World's Highest-Paid Athlete. He cashed $285 Million in fight purses and $15 Million in endorsements for a total $300 MILLION just for one year!! (source Forbes.com)  


Thanks to Floyd Mayweather. Boxing is the most lucrative sport of them all.













A $100 MILLION for his fight against Manny Pacquiao. The match had gross revenues of $600 Million. (source)


Floyd Mayweather toy collection


Why not showing off your Money when you're the King of the World?!?




http://www.forbes.com/athletes/list/#tab:overall
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2015/06/10/with-300-million-haul-floyd-mayweather-tops-forbes-2015-list-of-the-worlds-highest-paid-athletes/
http://m.nydailynews.com/entertainment/luxurious-life-floyd-mayweather-social-media-gallery-1.2127854


 





  2- Rocky (franchise / film series)



Over $1 BILLION in Worldwide Box Office Revenues!!!

Release DateMovieProduction
Budget
Domestic
Opening
Weekend
Domestic
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
Trailer
Nov 21, 1976Rocky$1,000,000$117,235,147$225,000,000
Jun 15, 1979Rocky 2$6,390,537$85,182,160$200,182,160
May 28, 1982Rocky III$16,015,408$119,350,720$119,350,720
Nov 27, 1985Rocky IV$19,991,537$123,947,780$296,447,780
Nov 16, 1990Rocky V$14,073,170$40,946,358$119,946,358
Dec 20, 2006Rocky Balboa$24,000,000$12,158,168$70,269,899$156,229,050
Nov 25, 2015Creed$0$0Play
Totals$25,000,000$556,932,064$1,117,156,068
Averages$12,500,000$13,725,764$92,822,011$186,192,678

with cumulative budget of $119 Million!!


I can tell you that the Karate Kid series is not too far behind. Especially the cheesy 2010 movie version with Jackie Chan teaching a black child to fight. The mainstream public seems to have affection for the underdogs. Anyway, I do prefer to see Rocky Balboa as the Ultimate Fighting Films Money Making Machine (UFF3M) than the wimpy and skinny Karate Kid.



http://www.filmsite.org/series-boxoffice.html
http://sourcesofinsight.com/why-movies-like-rocky-and-the-karate-kid-work/
http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/rocky-franchise-gallery-1.96776
http://www.the-numbers.com/movies/franchise/Rocky
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_(film_series)





3- Street Fighter II



Thanks god, the arcade game version of Street Fighter II saved us from a first position of the cheesy Mario Brawl stuff.
Street Fighter II (Arcade version) earned $2.312 BILLION in gross revenues from 1991 to 1995.




The Street Fighter video games franchise sells 36 million units since August 30, 1987.







"Street Fighter II is regarded as one of the most influential video games of all time, and the most important fighting game in particular. The release of Street Fighter II in 1991 is often considered a revolutionary moment in the fighting game genre... Its success inspired a wave of other fighting games, which were initially often labelled as "clones", including popular franchises such as Mortal Kombat, Killer Instinct, Virtua Fighter, and Tekken." source wikipedia




Best-selling video game franchises
WWE 2K sells 60 millions unit since February 29, 2000.
Tekken sold 45.6 million copies worldwide.
Street Fighter sells 36 million units.
Super Smash Bros. sells 32.36 million units.

Anyway, Street Fighter II is da best in term of Money making (when you include arcade revenues), popularity, and influence. Street Fighter II set the standard for fighting games.



Ultra Street Fighter IV  44 characters


The Street Fighter franchise is still alive and kicking the other fighting games butts! Ultra Street Fighter IV is the most played game at the EVO Championship (fighting video games championship).

"Just as Street Fighter 2's success spawned a host of imitators, so has SF4 sparked a revival in the genre as a whole. Fighting games are back on the map, and once again, it's all thanks to Capcom..." source




https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_Fighter_II:_The_World_Warrior#Impact
http://www.eventhubs.com/news/2015/jan/28/new-super-smash-bros-has-almost-10-million-sales-do-you-know-which-version-has-almost-double-numbers-other-release/
http://www.eventhubs.com/news/2013/sep/20/whos-1-fighting-game-sales-harada-says-tekken-425-million-copies-sold-date/
http://www.cubed3.com/news/20171/1/feature-insight-the-world-of-street-fighter-on-wii-u-virtual-console.html
http://www.dammagedgoods.com/2014/05/not-love-actually-street-fighter.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_Fighter_IV#Ultra_Street_Fighter_IV






What we got here?

An undefeatable champion (Floyd Mayweather)
An underdog (Rocky Balboa)
An international fighting tournament (Street Fighter II)

This is what the people really want and are willing to pay for.


Here is my version of the above...


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