On ‘It’s Not about the Cost; It’s about the OPPORTUNITY COST! By Miriam

"I don’t just consider the cost. I consider the opportunity cost which is the amount of money that could have been made by putting those payments...


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“I don’t just consider the cost. I consider the opportunity cost which is the amount of money that could have been made by putting those payments somewhere else. Then I think about ways to make more on my savings and spend less on life’s major expenses, like cars.”  Stacy Johnson, Founder ‘Money Talks’

No matter how successful you become, there’s always an opportunity cost for your decisions.  walked away from deals that were more emotional than financial.

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