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Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2007 16:53:44 -0400
From: HB 
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Subject: FOR MY BOOK/INTERVIEW // Fwd: FOR FUTUREPLANS
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From: hb10@cornell.edu 
Date: Aug 18, 2007 10:51 PM
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Perhaps my most important read...ever!, March 5, 2007
By      C. W. Price (Sandy, UT) - See all my reviews
(REAL NAME)
A professor gave me a beat-up copy of this book several years back
when I was still in pharmacy school. At the time, only about half the
book pertained to me, that being the author's advice to cherish your
time spent on this earth and not to sell it off too easily for
money. The other part of this book tells the reader how to evaluate
his financial position and rethink how much money is really worth
slaving for. This didn't concern me at the time, for I made very
little money and just wanted to graduate from college.
Upon graduating from college I decided to choose my "life" over the
lure of "money". I chose how much I wanted to make per year working as
a pharmacist and this equated to working 35 hours per week for 6
months each year...nothing more. I have been doing exactly this for 5
years now and I never plan on joining the American rat-race of
conspicuous consumption. I chose to live within my means, not within a
corporation.

This book is not about starving yourself, but rather looking inward
and deciding what's important to you. Is that cellphone really worth
$100 per month? Do you need a fancy new car every two years? And most
importantly, what are these consumer habits teaching our children? I
believe most of us are teaching our children we'd rather be consumers
than parents.
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    Date: Aug 18, 2007 10:51 PM
    Subject: FOR FUTUREPLANS
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    Perhaps my most important read...ever!, March 5, 2007
    By      C. W. Price (Sandy, UT) - See all my reviews
    (REAL NAME)
    A professor gave me a beat-up copy of this book several years back
    when I was still in pharmacy school. At the time, only about half the
    book pertained to me, that being the author's advice to cherish your
    time spent on this earth and not to sell it off too easily for
    money. The other part of this book tells the reader how to evaluate
    his financial position and rethink how much money is really worth
    slaving for. This didn't concern me at the time, for I made very
    little money and just wanted to graduate from college.
    Upon graduating from college I decided to choose my "life" over the
    lure of "money". I chose how much I wanted to make per year working as
    a pharmacist and this equated to working 35 hours per week for 6
    months each year...nothing more. I have been doing exactly this for 5
    years now and I never plan on joining the American rat-race of
    conspicuous consumption. I chose to live within my means, not within a
    corporation.

    This book is not about starving yourself, but rather looking inward
    and deciding what's important to you. Is that cellphone really worth
    $100 per month? Do you need a fancy new car every two years? And most
    importantly, what are these consumer habits teaching our children? I
    believe most of us are teaching our children we'd rather be consumers
    than parents.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/customer-reviews/0140286780/ref=cm_cr_dp_synop/102-9633078-0539356?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&n=283155&s=books&customer-reviews.start=1#R2I4SFDVVLY4YK

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