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GOLD! What Color Ferrari Should I Buy? (I Have Twenty Bucks)

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Wow how time flies by... I remember reading this thread last year when I had nothing. Now, I really am thinking about the colour of my new Ferrari or lambo for next summer. Got a F-type R for this summer. Hell, might even get a white Lambo Urus for the winter...

My philosophy is very simple - if you WANT, and you CAN, why the hell NOT?

I LOVE supercars, I CAN afford most of them currently, so why the hell shouldn't I enjoy my limited time on this planet? I'm reading a lot of posts lately on cars on the "drive a crappy car" thread and there seems to be a misconception - the ones that are rich and do not drive a supercar, is because they don't enjoy supercars. It's that simple... And then there's the few people that say "oh, anyone can lease a Ferrari, doesn't mean they're rich". Well, can you afford $4000+ CAD/month payments on only a car + insurance and not live on the streets?
 

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the ones that are rich and do not drive a supercar,
Or it's just that the can and choose not too because it's not their cup of tea...

Or they've "been there, done that."

I'm all for spending your hard earn cash on what YOU enjoy, not what anyone else says.

You earned it, now enjoy it.

I take issue with certain billionaires, like the guy who spends $100K on a watch, and then is seen proselytizing on CNBC with such garbage as "Drive a used car if you want to get rich and invest it in an index-fund" and "wear cheap suits." Meanwhile, he showed up at the CNBC studio in a $4,000 leather jacket. How? Not because of indexed-funds.
 

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Or it's just that the can and choose not too because it's not their cup of tea...

Or they've "been there, done that."

I'm all for spending your hard earn cash on what YOU enjoy, not what anyone else says.

You earned it, now enjoy it.

I take issue with certain billionaires, like the guy who spends $100K on a watch, and then is seen proselytizing on CNBC with such garbage as "Drive a used car if you want to get rich and invest it in an index-fund" and "wear cheap suits." Meanwhile, he showed up at the CNBC studio in a $4,000 leather jacket. How? Not because of indexed-funds.
100% agree.
 

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Thank you, MJ for this forum and the books you've written.

I literally started fixing my lack of execution a few months ago.

I am 40 years now and have not been wealthy yet.
I started the process and am executing daily, it has been 3 months.

  • I have created a comprehensive online lower back pain course so far and
  • kept my "slowlane" employment going for the moment.
  • learned online funnels and sales
Want am documenting to see how the steps evolve.
 
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