Friday, 7 June 2013

The first million is what matters the most

Great article on entrepreneurship and estimating the money that one would need [to spend, mainly].

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When you don’t have stuff like a house, a car, and nice furniture, the perception of its riches is extraordinary.  You think that the delta must be some astronomical number that you could never achieve.  But do you really know what that number is?
What you’ll likely find is that the delta between you being “rich” and where you’re at now is less than a million dollars.  What’s blowing up your perception is that you’ve never actually taken home a million dollars, spent it, and realized that it covered most of what you ever wanted.  So let’s go spend it – hypothetically.
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