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  • 07/29/2012 at 22:54

    I’m going to tackle this one because I’ve thought about it often.

    I think most people aren’t prepared for success because all they have is the goal to get there, not sustain it or survive on what it brings. I thought about this a long time ago and realize that when I do finally get some success a nice chunk of that money is going into investments so it can make more money while I continue trying to do even better. If every person that ever won a lottery, or every athlete that made millions, thought about that instead of spending every dollar immediately, we’d have a lot fewer stories of down and out athletes and entertainers who have to do whatever they can to earn a buck.
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