What I would do with universal base income

Imagine if universal basic income has been approved for me and me alone. I would never have to work for a living. I would have a lot of time on my hands. I would use that time to play video games, to learn how to code better, and to build a startup the most.

I would like to use some of the time I have to play video games. After all, I don’t have to work; I can do whatever I want. To me, video games are fun. But video games are also resources for me to learn how to code as well. Having an universal basic income is not just fun and games; it is only a minimum standard of living.

I would like to use some of the time I have to learn how to code better. Many people who become programmers liked to play video games when they were young. They learned the logic behind the games they played and improved upon the original game. After I learn enough coding, I want to build my own startup.

I would like to build my own startup. I apply what I learned, coding, to brainstorm a problem. I solve that problem by creating a prototype. I then enhance the prototype using computer programming. Finally, I sell the finished product to supplement my basic income.

In conclusion, I would play video games, learn how to code better, and build a startup. First, I explore something fun. Next, I learn from that exploration to build a product . Finally I get knowledgeable and rich off of the product I made. Repeat the process as many times as I can. Enough said.

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