Daily Productive Sharing 909 - On Spending Money

Daily Productive Sharing 909 - On Spending Money
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Morgan Housel talks some insights about money:

  1. There are two ways to use money. One is as a tool to live a better life. The other is as a yardstick of status to measure yourself against others.
  2. Money is a tool you can use. But if you’re not careful, it will use you.
  3. Everyone can spend money in a way that will make them happier, but there is no universal formula on how to do it.
  4. People don’t just spend money on things they find fun or useful. Their decisions often reflect the psychological wounds of their life experiences.
  5. Spending money can buy happiness, but it’s often an indirect path.
  6. Every dollar of savings buys a claim check on the future.
  7. Nothing is as desired as much as the thing you want but can’t have.
  8. There is no such thing as an objective level of wealth.

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Morgan Housel 谈了一些关于财富的见解:

  1. 使用金钱有两种方式。一种是作为工具,让生活更美好。另一种是作为衡量自己与他人地位的尺度。
  2. 你可以使用金钱;但如果不小心,它会反过来使用你。
  3. 每个人都可以以一种让自己更快乐的方式花钱,但没有通用的公式告诉你如何做到这一点。
  4. 人们花钱不仅仅是因为他们觉得某样东西有趣或有用。他们的决定往往反映了他们生活经验中的心理创伤。
  5. 花钱可以买到幸福,但这往往是间接的。
  6. 每一分的储蓄都买下了对未来的一份可能性。
  7. 没有什么比你想要却得不到的东西更令人渴望。
  8. 客观的财富水平并不存在。

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