Food for Thought
Think about the last fancy dinner that you went to--maybe it was to celebrate a special occasion or simply just to try out the new Friday night hot spot. Think about that fancy new outfit you bought to wear to work or to impress someone. The money you spent on those half price appetizers with the pitcher of beer. How about that $700 iphone that is attached to your hand at all times or the hundreds of dollars you spend each month on your cable bill, or what about that gym membership that you have been paying for the last two years but haven’t yet actually made it to the gym. Why is it that we have no issue spending hundreds to thousands of dollars on things that we don’t necessarily need or are throwing our money away to drive in a luxury car. We spend hundreds of dollars a month on fancy meals that are probably deteriorating our health at a mark up rate, but are completely hesitant to pay a fraction of those price buying a book, attending a seminar, taking a college course, or spending money on any other additional personal development resources.
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