How do new grads exercise stock options when it's super expensive ($80k)

2021.09.20 03:19 mrapplepie15 How do new grads exercise stock options when it's super expensive ($80k)

I joined full time at a private startup, and they let me early exercise my options (ISO options).
If I wanted to exercise all 4 years worth though, it would cost me $80k!
I don't have that much money at all since I'm a new grad. I could see myself being able to save up like 20k over the next 6 months to buy 1/4.
But I would rather just buy all the options right now since the next time the company raises another round, the value of the shares will increase making it even more expensive for me to exercise later due to the increased taxes!
So it doesn't seem like I'll be able to buy all 4 years worth before the next time the company raises which might be in one more year.
So how are people supposed to buy such expensive options?
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2021.09.20 03:19 HenryCWatson Pink Floyd - The Man and The Journey [Amsterdam] 1969

Pink Floyd - The Man and The Journey [Amsterdam] 1969
Part 1 of The Man and The Journey 1969 Amsterdam concert: 1. \"Daybreak\" (\"Grantchester Meadows\", from Ummagumma) Roger Waters 8:09 2. \"Work\" (Percussion and vibraphone with musical sawing & hammering) 3:50 3. \"Teatime\" (Pink Floyd were served tea on stage at this point, similar to \"Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast\" from Atom Heart Mother) 4. \"Afternoon\" (\"Biding My Time\", from Relics) Waters 5:15 5. \"Doing It!\" (\"The Grand Vizier's Garden Party (Entertainment)\" [6:12 onwards], from Ummagumma, or in some performances it was replaced by a unique combination of \"Up the Khyber\" [from Soundtrack from the Film More] and an early \"Heart Beat, Pig Meat\" [from Zabriskie Point]) 3:49 6. \"Sleep\" (\"Quicksilver\", from Soundtrack from the Film More) 4:40 7. \"Nightmare\" (\"Cymbaline\", from Soundtrack from the Film More) Waters 8:57 8. \"Labyrinth\" (alarm clock sound effects, or \"The Grand Vizier's Garden Party (Exit)\") 1:13
Part 2 of The Man and The Journey 1969 Amsterdam concert: 1. "The Beginning" ("Green Is the Colour", from Soundtrack from the Film More) Waters 4:49 2. "Beset By Creatures of the Deep" ("Careful with That Axe, Eugene") 6:18 3. "The Narrow Way" ("The Narrow Way, Part 3", from Ummagumma) Gilmour 5:09 4. "The Pink Jungle" ("Pow R. Toc H.", from The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, or in some performances a unique instrumental, similar to "Nick's Boogie") Syd Barrett, Mason, Waters, Wright 4:49 5. "The Labyrinths of Auximines" (Let There Be More Light instrumental middle section from A Saucerful of Secrets) 6:34 6. "Footsteps/Doors" (Footsteps are heard, similar to the percussion part from "The Hard Way" for Household Objects, later released in the Immersion Edition of The Dark Side of the Moon) 3:12 7. "Behold the Temple of Light" (A few seconds of this piece is heard on Ummagumma at the beginning of "The Narrow Way: Part 3", greatly expanded here) 5:28 8. "The End of the Beginning" ("A Saucerful of Secrets, Pt. IV - Celestial Voices" [8:38 onwards], from A Saucerful of Secrets) 6:14 9. "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" (Encore)
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2021.09.20 03:19 tigonridge Monka and Latwii (5D+ social memory complexes) address a weakness of 4D+ consciousness

This session's lesson is quite advanced, as it addresses a difficulty within 4D+ level of understanding. Some of it may be difficult for many to digest, as even 4D+ entities find it counterintuitive.
"But I can only urge you to continue to be both merciless and idealistic, both fierce and tender, for those who love mankind must indeed use the sword and the embrace. Look always straight and without sympathy at yourself wherever you may find that manifestation in the mirror of your existence." -Monka

(Carla channeling)
I am with this instrument. I am new to this group. I and my brothers are members of the Confederation of Planets of Service to the Infinite Creator. We have been having difficulty giving our name to this instrument. She is aware of this name and does not believe it. However, I am Monka. We are aware that this instrument feels that previous communications which she has heard from our source were unsatisfactorily legitimate. However, this was due to the editing of your peoples of a real transmission.
We are what you might call sociologists; we would not call it that. We share with you now what we would call it, insofar as words can be messengers of concepts, too deep for the bearing of words. We share with you a looking into the mirror. Yes, my friends, you cannot look away from the mirror. Look away from your mirror and up to the stars. The stars are a mirror. Look away from the stars and in the face of the person you like the least. Aha! A mirror. Look into the eyes of those you consider robots and thieves. Look into the mechanisms of you government. Behold the mirror.
How little you know of yourself, my friends, if you do not know that all things are you. When you study, what do you study? Whatever it is, you are studying yourself. Stare deeply into yourself. Leap at that mirror. What do you feel? What do you deny? You are looking in a mirror. You are looking at your shadow. Drink it. We know that each of you is concerned for this planet. And we have great concerns for your peoples also. We have attempted through other instruments to give you an idea of proper society, proper economics, the proper raising of children, the proper structures of a society based on the love and the light of the infinite Creator. We do not say that we have failed, for we are looking in the mirror, also. And we know that our image is infinite, and failure is far too finite of a concept to consider. Unfortunately, at this time, so is success. I am Monka.
I introduce myself to you and offer what little I have to say. I am as wordless as a fly upon the wall. But I can only urge you to continue to be both merciless and idealistic, both fierce and tender, for those who love mankind must indeed use the sword and the embrace. Look always straight and without sympathy at yourself wherever you may find that manifestation in the mirror of your existence.
(Monka passes the channel to Latwii)
Jim: I have a question concerning the message we just received from the contact Monka. It was a very interesting message and one statement was made that we should look into the mirror without sympathy for the reflection of ourselves that we see. I was wondering if it was possible for you to explain that or shed a little more light on that? I’m thinking in the realm of having affection for ourselves and accepting ourselves also as we look into the mirror. I’m having some difficulty balancing looking into the mirror without sympathy but also looking with affection.
I am Latwii. We are glad you speak of balance. The one known to you as Monka was attempting in the way of your world to give you some idea of the eye of the Creator as it is filtered through the tree of life, which is the tree of duality. When there abounds too much sympathy, when sympathy becomes too sentimental, when sympathy becomes self-pity, when sympathy becomes denial of a part of oneself, it is then that the surgeon’s knife must come out. You must cut away that part of yourself that cannot be merciless in accepting all that there is in yourself. When you deal with that which has no sympathy, with that which is indeed merciless, with the murderer, with the rapist, with the terrorizer, then, my brother, balance with sympathy.
The one known as Monka spoke of a cosmic mirror and the eye as the symbol of all that there is. If you look into the mirror, you see yourself as you really are. But most cannot look into that mirror, even into their own eyes, for they become quite frightened. Therefore, it is a very strong allegory for the great oneness of mankind. To love oneself fully is to know without mercy the folly of the depths of one’s heart. It is to know and accept without mercy the deepest and most degrading parts of one’s being.
For they are not fantasies, my brother. They are all being acted out against the stage of this experience on your sphere of existence at this time. As we speak to you in cosmic gentleness, many terrible things occur. At this very moment, can you cry mercy? No, my brother. You must stand without sympathy and accept the totality of your being, and then pour love from the Creator into that world, into that merciless darkness, with every iota of your being.
For only when you know total mercilessness, in your estimation of the situation of your being, can you be truly a channel for love. Spirits are lovely but the sturdy who stand astride the world of illusion, of pain, of limitations of all kinds, and against that illusion take up the sword of love. Ah, my brother, there is the soldier that shall conquer in the name of love. We hope that this elucidates the theme of our brother of Monka.
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"The soldier that shall conquer in the name of love" sounds a lot like Krishna.
How often have we looked upon ourselves and others who've sustained psychological or physical injury and reacted with pity? We practically project holiness onto the emotions of grief and pity. "It is good to pity/grieve for the victims," we say. Friends often fish for our sympathy; and, like a fool, we always give it to them without acknowledging that they had any responsibility/agency in their own perceived misfortune.
Who are the victim and perpetrator but both aspects of our Self? Thus, Monka says, when you see a perpetrator, know that you are seeing yourself!
Grief and pity must be recognized for what they are—a weakness of the heart—for when one grieves or pities, one is refusing the existence of an aspect of Oneself. All things within Creation, are part and parcel of You. The refusal of any aspect of Creation, is the refusal to accept the totality of Oneself, to resist the Creator.
What then is the sword of love? Love is both merciful and merciless. When you cut down the serial killer, the ruthless plunderers, and all other manners of vileness, you do so in the name of the ultimate good, Dharma—not vengeance, wrath, or pity toward the victims. That is an expression of merciless love. One also cuts out the weaknesses of one's heart. All those beliefs and tendencies that keep us from fully embracing the creator, from loving those perceived to be unlovable, must be surgically removed by this sword. Thus, we transcend 4D+ consciousness.
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