The investment mindset starts with learning to defer gratification. And there’s no better way to learn to defer gratification than to realize that you don’t need the best, most expensive stuff.
Author Andrew Syrios
It’s tough to tell people what they don’t want to hear, but it’s an important skill to learn. It’s a lot better than dealing with unmet expectations.
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We should want to hear “no” a few times if the negotiation is more in-depth than just shooting out offers at REO listings to see what happens.
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