Sure you might be a productive pothead and can get work done, however if you are an entrepreneur and smoking weed, you are playing yourself to a certain degree. Now I don’t want to get into the whole topic of if it is bad or good, given I clearly state how I feel about smoking pot in the video and its effects. The question here or the message I am trying to talk about has nothing to do with whether weed is good or bad, but more so about being real with yourself and understand how something may be effecting you. Really, weed isn’t “bad” per say, but more so “too good” in the sense that it doesn’t really effect you an makes you feel complacent. Honestly though, I suggest if you want to kill it & achieve success in business and entrepreneurship I strongly advise you control your smoking habits before it gets too late.
Sorry to offend the stoners of people who smoke a ton of weed, nothing against you, I just want you guys to make the most of every opportunity and understand that you can be successful smoking weed, the question is, how much better can you do without it?
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