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The Dumbest Thing You Could Buy

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I want to tell you a secret. The dumbest thing you can buy is a big expensive luxury car like my Rolls Royce Wraith. One of the smartest things I did in my life was that I didn’t go and buy some exotic car like so many of these guys do when they get a little bit of money. I waited…and waited…and waited some more until I didn’t have to buy one and until it didn’t matter. I just got my financial statement in, the first 3 months of this year compared to last year… a double. Once you make enough money to where you can blow 384K and it doesn’t matter, then go get your Rolls Royce. Until then do not waste your money on watches and cars. You guys that are buying $3,000 suits, stupid. You guys who are buying 200K cars, stupid. You need paper. You need net worth, you need passive income, you need flows. You don’t need a Rolls Royce!

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