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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Speed Costs In Unexpected Ways

When playing with cars, boats, motorcycles, you often hear the adage, “Speed costs money, how fast do you want to go?” This is so true, but also in an unexpected way.

Consider the following:
When you hurry up to get someplace, what will you be doing when you get there?

If you quickly go from store to store, you will quickly spend your money!

Take your time, slow down. Enjoy the act of driving. Watch all that money, in the way of cars, float by. Pay attention to what the people are doing. They are not in the moment, they are speeding by to spend something. Plus, the mathematics on cars driving down the highway are pretty clear… going slower costs you less.

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