Its a well known fact that a very rich thinking brain is an asset. A very poor thinking brain is a liability. Very rich, and prosperous thoughts come from very rich minds. It takes as asset to produce an asset. It also takes an asset to buy an asset. That means when you visit a deep discount store, a supermarket, or website, all you will see are assets instead of liabilities. Remember your mind is the most valuable asset on the planet.
I purchased my bike two weeks ago 9/16/12 from one of my partner stores with Amway Global. First, I went to Wal-Mart to buy my bike. My intention was to buy the Genisus 29er Cruiser bike. In my mind, I thought Wal-Mart still had it on display until I got there. I had to make another selection. I selected a grey and orange bike. I paid $124.00 for it. There was a problem. The bike could not stop. I tried to hit the brake by reverse pedaling, but the bike could not stop. It kept pedaling. Therefore I returned the bike for my refund of $124.00. Then I walked to the Dick's Sporting Goods Store. At first, I was going to go to Target, but something told me to go to Dick's. I went there, and found a bike that I felt is suitable for my safety. It's the Men's Tamarack Bike by Nishiki for $239.99. I saved $60.00. The kickstand was sold separately for $5.99 and I got a two year warranty for the total of $313.48. I rode this bike home, and it felt great. The ride was smooth. I felt even wealthier after I invested in this bike.That feeling right there made my value much stronger. I'm very grateful.
I had another problem that I needed to solve. And thats protecting my bike. I asked myself "What can I do to protect my bike from vandel, and theives?" "What I'm going to do to take real good care of it?" The good news is that I don't need to use my older sister's bike anymore.
This is one of the examples of buying smart, not cheap. Go get the book entitled Pro-Sumer Power! by Bill Quain Ph.D. In this book, he talks about the difference between consumers, and prosumers. Prosumers make money while they spend. Consumers spend money. If you said to yourself that a prosumer is entrepreneurial, you're right. Most successful businesses understand that value is more important than cost, so they build their brand names around adding more value as opposed to lowering cost.
Learn how to buy out of abundance rather than out of scarcity by getting the book entitled Pro-Sumer Power! by Bill Quain Ph.D. This will change your buying decisions forever.
Well. That is all I have for today. Thank you for reading these very powerful words.