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Go First Class

That’s the excellent rule to follow in everything you do, including the goods and services you buy.

“But I can’t afford to go first class. ” is often we hear. The simplest answer is: you cannot afford to go on any other way.

Certainly in the long run, going first class actually costs you less than going second class. It’s better to have fewer quality things than to have many things and have junk.

People rate you for quality, often subconsciously. Develop an instinct for quality. It pays. And costs no more, often costs less than the second class.

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