What do you think about paying $10,000 for one night in a hotel room? This post might make you think differently…
Episode 15: The Abundance Mindset by Steve Pavlina.
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As a working college student, #15 was a little over my head. I comprehended the concept of turning your once high financial goals into maintainable ones, but more podcasts on this later would help! I’m a natural born thrifter, so money concepts are distorted for me as I always try to see how cheap I can get the things I value regardless of current income. It’s like a weird high….
Yeah, some of Steve’s posts are interesting like that. 🙂
And I gotta say, it’s definitely not a bad thing if you get a weird high from saving money!
That post made me mad, it’s so wasteful.
I can understand that. It’s definitely a different take on our usual posts about budgeting & saving. I think his point is that if you stay in the mindset of $1000, or $5000, or $10,000 is “too much” for something, then you won’t be thinking about how you can make that money in a short period of time… so he’s looking at it from a “make more money” perspective, compared to a “cut back expenses” perspective–something that Ramit Sethi also talks about. But I understand where you’re coming from, because it’s hard to imagine ever spending that much money for a hotel room when it’s completely unnecessary and wasteful.