BitLife is an iOS and Android game that lets you run the life of various characters from various countries, one character at a time, entirely through text. You can work your way up the ladder at whatever business you’re a part of, including having the chance to take such top positions as CEO, Executive Vice President, Chairman, and more. Read on for tips on how to get the top spot at any company in BitLife: Life Simulator!
Where you start right from birth doesn’t make or break your chances of success, but it can have an effect on whether you eventually make it to the top position or not. If you are born with high stats, your chances of success are far better; if you are born ugly or stupid, you can always become smart and good-looking using various methods within the game, but being born smart and good-looking helps. It also helps to be born in a wealthy country, although you can become a CEO in a poor or middle-income country, as well – it will just be harder to do, generally.
Don’t rush through life. Take it slow because you need to do as much as possible during each year of your life. Do all of the self-improvement that you can. Go to the gym, meditate, go to the library, spend more time with your parents, spend time with your partner, and spend time with your children and other offspring. Do each of these things once per year (more than that has no effect).
When you are in school, study hard. Hit the “study harder” option once per year when you are in all forms of school, including college and university. After university is done, apply for business school. If you fail, age another year and then apply again. Eventually you’ll get in. Then graduate and you’ll be set to climb the corporate ladder.
Once you’re working for the company, stay with that company as long as you can. The longer you spend time with one company, the better your shot at getting promoted all the way up to the CEO, Chairman, President, or other top position. You’ll have to work your way up, so participate in all of the company events when you get prompted to, and suck up to your supervisors if the pop-up appears that prompts you to do it.
Stay out of trouble, and engage in absolutely no risky pop-up instances. If you see a crime going down, ignore it or call the police, but don’t do anything to get injured. If someone insults or confronts you, choose the peaceful route to end the conflict. If you find a wallet or a purse, always turn it in; never keep it. And don’t do anything criminal or take a mysterious package from one location to the other. Be as boringly safe as possible.