I got a new apartment.
I started using the phone to text my roommates.
I stopped going out with people I used to go out with, and I spent less time talking about work.
I bought a boat.
I’ve learned to drive better.
I learned how to cook and clean better.
In fact, my new apartment is a lot like my old one, except it’s a whole lot cheaper.
I spent about $2,500 on the place, which was my first purchase.
It was a pretty steep price, but I think that’s a pretty good investment.
After a while, you start to get a sense of how big a risk you’re taking.
So, after all the work I put in, I’m like, “Man, I feel really good.”
That was a little surprising.
What I think happened is I went to a friend of mine who was a real estate agent and they were like, Oh, you can buy a home for this much money?
“And I was like, What?!
And then they were actually like, I can get you a $200,000 house for that price.
So that was a big shock to me.
What kind of advice would you give to someone who’s looking to make a purchase and is nervous about spending too much?
I think there’s some really good advice in this book that you can get from some of these other books and this one, that you need to have a little bit of confidence.
It’s kind of hard to be confident about something like that.
It can be really hard to believe that you’re actually going to do it, but that’s actually a good sign that you actually can do it.
When I’m nervous, I’ll tell myself that I can do this, that I’m going to be able to do this.
If I do a little too much, it’s going to hurt me.
I’m not going to get to do what I want to do.
So if you have a feeling like, You know, I might not be able do it at this price, and that’s really bad, you’re not going be able.
But if you’re really confident and really have a lot of confidence, then you can really do it and you’ll be happy with it.
And if you do have a sense that you might not, then maybe you should reconsider and maybe you shouldn’t buy that home.
If you have that sense that maybe you’re just not going, then buy it.