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MORGAN HOUSEL, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY

"Be nicer and less flashy. No one is impressed with your possessions as much as you are. You might think you want a fancy car or a nice watch. But what you probably want is respect and admiration."

MORGAN HOUSEL, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY

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