What the hell does this mean? Well, guns make more guns while butters melt away in no time. What I refer to guns are assets that make you more money and what butters simply mean is liabilities that don’t actually provide you with more income.
We should always try to acquire more guns (asset) rather than acquiring liabilities. Most people prefer to acquire more butter (liabilities) instead of acquiring more guns (asset).
Today, I wanted to get some butters for myself but then I remembered “the guns and butters theory” and realizing butters do melt away in no time, so I changed my mind.
Now, most people like to have more butter (liabilities) rather than having more guns (asset), why is like that? Well, I believe that most people acquire more butter because they are thinking of the immediate benefit it will give them like gaining respect in the eyes of people, so they spend their money on buying flashing things instead of them saving and investing. Flashing things are good if we have much more guns (asset). Does that make sense?
That’s my message for you today guys and I hope you find this useful.
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