The Most Expensive Book Ever
A few months ago, I bought the most expensive book ever.
Well, maybe not in the entire world, but it was the most expensive book that I ever bought for myself.
It cost me $1,000, which I gladly paid, because I know the information and knowledge contained in that book will pay off in multiples as I apply what I am learning.
In fact, I also bought a $300 book this year and a $165 book and that one was just for pleasure (it’s rare and hard to find).
Listen, if you never intend to learn and apply, then a $10 book is expensive.
It’s all about perspective.
When you are ready to learn and change, then paying money for Coaching or knowledge and wisdom is an investment.
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
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