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|Subject: Re: Question for intercst||Date: 11/22/2009 5:15 PM|
|Author: temsike||Number: 21758 of 90084|
Right now, my lifestyle isn't being limited by the amount of money I spend. I'd feel foolish if I spent twice as much on a First Class airline ticket when every passenger arrives at the destination at the same time.
You could say the same thing about everything: nutrition, sleep, transportation, apparel, companionship, etc.
Just think about raising the quality of everything (or most things) you do or consume and raise it two quality levels.
Fly first class. Drive a better car. Live in a better place. Stay in better hotels. Eat in better restaurants. Drink and smoke better stuff. Dress in fancier clothes. Hire a personal trainer. Date hotter people. Etc.
You'll be doing the same things, just at a higher quality / income level.
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