my my, I am impressedI'm reading Elfboy's list as an INFP list. Thus, "fuck other people at first" means "don't follow your instincts and do the people-pleasing or people-helping thing at first. Don't worry about other people. Fuck 'em--they can take care of themselves. Meantime, you do the same--take care of yourself first."
And "use them to get a bunch of money" refers to skills. That was the actual subject of the previous item ( item 1).
Like I say, I see Elfboy's post as an INFP list (i.e., created by an INFP for INFPs). The message is: Your people-pleasing instincts are misguided and will keep you from happiness. Get a thicker skin and chase the money, at least for a while. If you take care of yourself at first, then you'll be in a better position to take care of others later if that's still what you want.
[Edit:] If they want to get ahead in the world, INFPs often need to constantly remind themselves not to fall into the people-pleasing trap. But if they vocalize that, it can sound to other types like they're embracing some kind of perverse "fuck everyone" mentality. But with INFPs, it's just a palliative--a reminder not to spend their own resources down to zero looking out for everyone else's needs. Hence a lot of emphasis in Elfboy's list on autonomy and "figuring out what you REALLY want to do", i.e., not just following the easy impulse to take care of others.
I wasn't aware my speech needed so much decoding