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Why i turned down $60,000 dollar when i was broke — David Choe

David Choe (born April 21, 1976) is a US artist from Los Angeles influenced by street art. Choe's work appears in a wide variety of urban culture and entertainment context
In 2005, Facebook asked graffiti artist David Choe to paint murals on the walls of their office. When it came time to pay Choe, then-President Sean Parker gave him a choice: $60,000 dollars or stock in the company.

It's hard to turn down 60 grand, but that's exactly what Choe did. And when Facebook went public in 2012 at $38 a share, Choe was suddenly worth $200 million. And those stock prices have only risen since then. 📈

Money isn't really valuable if it just idle, spend it wisely to make more!!! That's how you become a Wealthy.

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