Making a list is based on my opinion, and what’s worked for me.

Write down things you need or want.

This helps me to focus on what I really want to buy and keeps track of what I actually find.

Price does not matter.

Two weeks after my new watch repair kit arrived in my mailbox,

I purchased a fake ROLEX for $13.

fake ROLEX cost $13

I had made a commitment off season to learn watches.

What better way than tearing them apart.

I also knowingly bought the fake ROLEX to learn more about them.

Number each item.

Every Item on your list gets numbered. It keeps them organized and allows fast list study.

Try to build a list with over 100 items you want.

I know some of you will say I don’t want anything, and I don’t need anything.

That’s awesome but maybe now is the time you focus on helping others.

Think if there is anyone you know that could use a little help. Make a list out for them.

My favorite donation store told me they need tools which sell like hot cakes.

A garage sale expert I know donated something like 65 pounds of tools in one day.

We are trying to focus your memory to recognize opportunity.

Making a list is like having a rudder to steer a ship.

This is Dan Place, thanks for listening and have a great week.

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Our famous GSPC positive quote: 80% of Bananas will never face a hungry monkey.

Yard Sale Treasure Map, it’s what I use. A great garage sale location tool.


Turning $1 cash into $100 merchandise and having fun while doing it. Let the Adventure begin.
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