Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
If you wish to donate money to worthy causes, you'll do far more good if you start thinking in larger amounts. Don't stress over a potential $30 donation when you're capable of donating thousands. No charity will care what you spent on dinner when you hand them a five-figure check. I can't imagine being a millionaire and thinking of $30 as a generous donation -- I might as well donate a penny.
To haphazardly start spending more money in the hopes it will increase your wealth is foolish. The suggestion was to change how you feel about money to resonate with the level of wealth you want to achieve. To a millionaire a sum like $30 would be too insignificant to matter. Fussing over such amounts means you're thinking way too small. Start thinking 1000x bigger, and notice how it changes your outlook and your opportunities.
Yeah like the Gasoline club. You know, the people that you talk to who are always talking about what the gas prices are today and how one station has the gas for 3 cents cheaper than the other, or how the gas prices keep going up or whatever. Making a big deal about a few bucks creates poverty. Seriously, how much money do gasoline chasers save on a yearly basis? $50? $100? Is it worth it? I just fill up my car at the closest station and don't even look at the price. I need gas and I get it.
It doesn't mean you throw away money, it just means you don't value/hoarde it as much.