The old axiom “them that has, gets,” implies that those who control tools and resources can increase their holdings. However, a second axiom says “them that got, has to work harder to keep it.”
Your financial success is dependent on learning the difference between precious ore and overburden. The truly impoverished are those who lack resources of any kind, and are denied opportunity. But many that “got” stuff can become overburdened when many unnecessary possessions become a financial drain due to reoccurring maintenance, insurance and tax expenses.
Rent your toys is sage financial advice given highly compensated professionals. It is good advice for the rest of us, too. Keep your costs low and keep your life uncluttered. You’ll sleep better knowing you have little lying around to get stolen. Typically that which we need we only have to pay for once; whereas, that which we want will come with the aforementioned reoccurring costs. Don’t get buried with overburden.
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CATCH THE VISION, GET FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.