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How The Power of NO Saved My Life

by James Altucher, Lew Rockwell:

The first girl I dated after separating from my wife asked me what my net worth was on our first date.

I was honest and I told her. She said, “that’s not enough.”

I asked her what her ex was worth but she said, “why do people always ask that.”

Her ex was well known, 20 years older than her (maybe 30), and probably worth over $100 million according to the newspaper.

But there’s a saying (it’s a saying because one person has told it to me but I repeat it everywhere as if I had made it up): “You never know what someone is worth until they declare bankruptcy.”

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2 comments to How The Power of NO Saved My Life

  • Ed_B

    “The first girl I dated after separating from my wife asked me what my net worth was on our first date.”

    Anyone who would ask this, particularly on a 1st date, should be avoided. Relationships that are based solely on money are both pitiful and disgusting. One can have such a relationship with a whore but it is pretty much guaranteed that it neither will be satisfying nor will last.

  • NaySayer

    Let me guess she was beautiful and that was why he dated her and she thought he was rich and that is why she dated him. People like this deserve each other, except she was more beautiful than he could afford. Another name for people like this is he is a john and she is a hooker.

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