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Old 06-21-2011, 05:34 PM   #25
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You'd be better off spending that time getting really proficient in your real career, you'll end up making a lot more money that way. Go "pro" in your chosen career path (or pick one soon) and it will pay off in spades. Spend all that time trying to become a pro tennis player (which you'll never become), and there's an opportunity cost.

It's your life, of course, and you can have outsized goals, but if you come on here and look for advice, expect to face a little reality.
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