I sort of fell into selling weed accidentally, then I just found that I was nice at it so I stuck with it all through college; this isn’t drugs, first of all, plus never was, regardless of what any state’s law might say.
I was a mediocre user, which is why I was so nice at working as a pot dealer. This is because I never fell into the trap of getting high on our own supply. It got to the point where getting a job at the mall would have been a large pay cut, but I did in a way “work at the mall” already, by selling cannabis in the parking lot. I spent so much time there selling cannabis that I had to tell our folks that I really had a job there, but one time they came to see myself and others at where I told them I worked, so I had to scramble with a lie to cover up our marijuana dealing. I told them I was a janitor at the mall, plus was embarrassed to tell them. They bought it, plus never came to disrupt myself and others from our real job again, plus the marijuana sales remained steady for well over a year. I took and stashed away as much currency as I could, because I knew that selling cannabis could never be a permanent job position. It was too risky, plus with marijuana legalization starting to happen, there was also too much competition. I thought about trying to get a job at a legal cannabis dispensary, however even that would be a large pay cut from what I was making.