Do wealthy people ever try to minimize others’ perception of their wealth by driving modest sedans, wearing little or no jewelry, and buying-off-the track clothing?

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wealthy people ever try to minimize others’ perception

The answer to that question is yes, but it’s not because they’re trying to hide the fact that they have a lot of money. It’s because, in the real world, they don’t want to be seen as rich. They want people to think of them as ordinary people who are just like you and me. That’s why they drive modestly-priced cars, wear modest clothing, buy up-and-sell-out-of-their-own-clothing-stores, shop at thrift stores, etc. And that’s also why, when you ask them how much money they make, their answer is always the same: “I’m not sure. I just know that I make enough money to live comfortably.” And then, of course, there’s the other side of the coin, which is that, if you’re rich, you can afford to spend more money on things that make you feel good, like a nice house, a new car, or a vacation to the Caribbean. You can also afford more expensive things, such as expensive vacations, fancy restaurants, expensive clothes, high-end jewelry and watches, designer clothes and shoes, vacations to exotic places like the Maldives or Seychelles, private jets, yachts, boats, luxury cars, and SUVs, all of which make people feel better about themselves and make them feel more confident about their financial situation. So, while it may be true that rich people are more likely to drive a modest car and wear less jewelry than poor people, that doesn’t mean that the rich are any less wealthy than the poor. The opposite is true. The rich tend to have more of everything, including a nicer house and nicer clothes. But they also have the luxury of not having to worry as much about how they are perceived by others. This is why it is so important to understand the difference between wealth and wealth perception. If you are a rich person, then you know exactly what it feels like to feel wealthy, because you’ve experienced it yourself. When you think about it, it makes perfect sense that you would feel wealthier than you are. Wealth is a state of mind, not an actual amount of wealth. A person’s wealth is the total of all the things he or she owns, whether they be real estate, stocks, bonds, art, cars, or anything else that makes him or her feel comfortable and confident in their financial position. People who feel rich do not need to do anything special to make themselves feel that way. All they need to do is be happy with the way things are and not worry about what other people think or feel about them.

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