Ep. 205: Thinking Man’s Edition

This week on the Million Dollar Plan, we’re embracing the Thanksgiving spirit. We might be a week early but at PTP Headquarters, Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays.

When planning this show, we were prompted with the concept of, “on Valentine’s Day, you don’t love your significant other any more than you do on the other 364 days a year.” And we wondered, shouldn’t that apply to Thanksgiving too?

In this episode, we’re going to make ya think a little bit. Over the course of this week’s show we’re going to look at Thanksgiving as whole, the inner components that make up the holiday, and the extended weekend that subsequently follows. I want to explore what we know Black Friday to be today, what it originated as, and the role it’s continuous momentum has played in the holiday season. We wrap this week up with a challenge to de-clutter your life. We discuss what we mean by that, some real life examples, and give you the first step to doing-so.

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  1. “People spend a lot on the lottery. If we divide the income made by all of the U.S. lotteries by the population of the U.S., each American spends an average of $206.69 on lottery tickets a year.”
    MarketWatch July 2017

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