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Observation 9

Observation 9

The past few articles have been very deep and more about internal issues rather than the stuff I’m noticing on the outside. I’m here to talk about scarcity, abundance, and motivation. My dream car from childhood has always been a red Ferrari Modena. Until I get my red Ferrari, will I be working from a place of scarcity? Absolutely, the red Ferrari is what motivates me to work harder in school, it motivates me to write these articles, it motivates me to start businesses, and it just gets me off my ass. Will the red Ferrari give me happiness? Nope. I acknowledge that the Ferrari won’t bring me happiness and that it’s just a materialistic good, however the concept of owning a Ferrari is the fuel to my hustle. When I say this to some of my friends they tell me I’m crazy and probably even look down at this concept but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with a vision that get you off your ass. Is this coming from scarcity? Absolutely, if you’re still young in either age or in your endeavors, you should come from scarcity. You should be busting your butt and just executing. Once you’re older and lets say I don’t get a Ferrari but I get a really nice BMW, then I’ll start working from abundance. Warren Buffett says he can’t get a good night sleep without knowing that his bank account has at least 20 BILLION DOLLARS. We all have different things we psychologically need to work hard. I need a Ferrari since that’s what I’ve always wanted since age 3 and Buffett needs 20 billion dollars. What do you need? What’s your fuel? 

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Observation 10

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