The way people think about money fascinates me...
Part of my real estate investing strategy is renting out an RV — like Airbnb, but for RVs.
The other day a couple came to pick up my RV for their trip and we were chatting.
Randomly, the guy looks at the RV and says to me, “you must be rich, huh?”
I said no, brushed it off, and changed the topic to continue the conversation.
He and his wife left with the RV shortly after.
A day or two passed by and I found myself randomly thinking about how the guy had asked me if I was rich — which I’m not, yet.
That’s when I realized how interesting it is to see how he (and most people) think of money…
Sure, I own the $85,000 RV…
But HE just rented it for $998 for 2.5 days/2 nights to go to a jazz concert.
I put 0% down to buy the RV and financed it. There’s nothing rich about that.
But he paid nearly $1,000 for a short trip…
This dynamic fascinated me.
All the best,
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