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April 27, 2015
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I reserve my right to be critical of the first reason for teaching yoga to others. I realize we must all make money, but yoga is not get rich quick scheme. I lnow of no start up business where some one can be guaranteed to swim in big profits in the first year. Each business requires a start up time, but bashmaki's nconditions are super ideal. $70 rent per month is what some of us yoga teachers pay in poor African countries. I am really jealous with much envy. HaHahaha! Maybe I shouldn't have jealousy, but you are an American with American paying students and you pay ONLY $70 per month. Unbelievable! Pardon my African, but you are so * lucky. I realize you don't spend time with your family and it is a hardship. For that you have my complete sympathy. This is why poor Africans who are lucky work demeaning jobs in the middle east or europe. If you have the patience, you should try teaching yoga for profit in the land of plenty because you can't possibly fail. If you need $60,000 right now, there may be opportunities in the middle east or alaska.
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