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Putting A Price On Happiness

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They always say you can't put a price on happiness...we think otherwise. Watch as we break down what we think are the various components of happiness, and come up with a strategy that makes it easy …

They always say you can't put a price on happiness...we think otherwise. Watch as we break down what we think are the various components of happiness, and come up with a strategy that makes it easy for anyone to make it work.

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  • 1. HAPPINESS PUTTING A PRICE ON
  • 2. 21% 7% 10% 14% 18% 30% Housing Transportation Food Savings Utilities Everything Else HEALTHY PERSONAL FINANCES Housing Everything Else Food Transport- ation Savings Utilities
  • 3. 50k 100k 200k Housing (30%) 15k 30k 60k Transportation (18%) 9k 18k 36k Food (14%) 7k 14k 28k Savings (10%) 5k 10k 20k Utilities (7%) 3.5k 7k 14k Everything Else (21%) 10.5k 21k 42k BUDGET APPLIED TO DIFFERENT SALARIES after taxes after taxes after taxes
  • 4. 50k 100k 200k Housing (30%) 15k 30k 60k Transportation (18%) 9k 18k 36k Food (14%) 7k 14k 28k Savings (10%) 5k 10k 20k Utilities (7%) 3.5k 7k 14k Everything Else (21%) 10.5k 21k 42k BUDGET APPLIED TO DIFFERENT SALARIES HAPPINESS after taxes after taxes after taxes
  • 5. WINECLOTHES TRAVEL CARS HOME CHOOSE ONE (OR MORE)
  • 6. WINECLOTHES TRAVEL CARS HOME THEN DO IT RIGHT
  • 7. CARS
  • 8. “REGULAR” CARS DEPRECIATE 30k 25k 20k 15k 10k 5k 1yr 2yr 3yr 4yr 5yr
  • 9. CLASSIC CARS APPRECIATE 206% 1963 CHEVY IMPALA’SVALUE HAS INCREASED OVERTHE PAST 10 YEARS
  • 10. 206% 1963 CHEVY IMPALA’SVALUE HAS INCREASED OVERTHE PAST 10 YEARS...AND GET APPRECIATED CLASSIC CARS APPRECIATE
  • 11. VS 19k$540/mo lease for 3 years = buy a $30k classic car and drive for 3 years (with $15k maintenance/upkeep) and still sell for around $43k = S2k COST OF LEASING A 2013 IMPALA COST OF OWNING A 1963 IMPALA
  • 12. VS $540/mo lease for 3 years = buy a $30k classic car and drive for 3 years (with $15k maintenance/upkeep) and still sell for around $43k = S2k COST OF LEASING A 2013 IMPALA COST OF OWNING A 1963 IMPALA 19kAS LONG AS YOU sell your car for more than 26k, YOU’VE SAVED MONEY (AND GOTten A COOLER CAR)
  • 13. NOT HANDY? INVEST IN A FUTURE CLASSIC INSTEAD OF AN OLD CLASSIC
  • 14. FUTURE CLASSIC TIMELESS MODEL BUYING CHECKLIST FULLY LOADED LOOKS AWESOME
  • 15. CLOTHES
  • 16. $100 $60 TRICK QUESTION: WHICH IS CHEAPER?
  • 17. per COST WEAR $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 Worn 2x's a week=8x's a month=96x's a year $100 Jeans=$1.04 per wear $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $2.5 $60 Shirt=$2.50 per wear Worn 2x's a month=24x's a year
  • 18. SOME OTHER GOOD BUYS Worn 5x's a week=20x's a month for 4 months =80x's a year for 3 years=240x’s total $187 Persol 649’s=$0.78 per wear Worn 5x's a week=20x's a month for 6 months =120x's a year for 5 years=600x’s total $549 Burberry Jacket=$0.91 per wear Worn 3x's a week=12x's a month for =144x's a year for 3 years=434x’s total $349 Allen Edmonds=$0.80 per wear HIGH QUALITY & LOW COST PERWEAR
  • 19. SOME NOT SO GOOD BUYS LOW VALUE & HIGH COST PERWEAR Worn 2x a month for a year =24x’s total $64 Trend Tee=$2.66 per wear Worn 3x's a month for 6 months =18x's a year for 2 years=36x’s total $80 Sweater=$2.22 per wear
  • 20. TRAVEL
  • 21. HURRICANE SEASON: JUNE 1-NOVEMBER 30 PUERTO RICO
  • 22. HURRICANE SEASON 56% OF DAYS IN PUERTO RICO PICTURED According to the National Weather Service’s data on cloud cover
  • 23. DROP IN HURRICANE SEASON Flights to Puerto Rico can fall by up to half TICKET PRICES
  • 24. TICKET PRICES *we couldn’t find a specific stat, but trust us, we’re professionals DROP IN HURRICANE SEASON Flights to Puerto Rico can fall by up to halfish*
  • 25. FOOD & WINE
  • 26. IT’S NOT HOW MUCHYOU SPEND, IT’S HOW MUCH YOU KNOW FINE WINE Can Be Cheap
  • 27. TRICK QUESTION: WHICH IS CHEAPER? 95pts 89pts
  • 28. ANSWER: 95pt Herzog Cabernet 95pts $39.99 89pts $80.00
  • 29. IT’S NOT HOW MUCHYOU SPEND, IT’S HOW MUCH YOU KNOW GREAT COFFEE Can Be Cheap Too
  • 30. Everyone Knows This Debate VS Starbucks “Regular” Coffee
  • 31. But What About This Debate? VS Starbucks Gourmet Coffee
  • 32. = $2.67per day COST OF A STARBUCKS COFFEE EVERY DAY
  • 33. + + French Press $19.99 Conical Grinder $110 9.125lbs Gourmet Coffee (1 year’s worth) $164.25 = $0.8per day COST OF A GOURMET COFFEE EVERY DAY
  • 34. TRICK QUESTION: WHICH IS CHEAPER? HAPPY MEAL BALSAMIC BEEF KEBABS
  • 35. ANSWER: BALSAMIC BEEF KEBABS HAPPY MEAL BALSAMIC BEEF KEBABS 2.82 Per Serving Homemade2.89 Per Serving at McDonald’s Also WAY Healthier according to budgetbytes.com
  • 36. HOME
  • 37. This IKEA Sofa’s Only $999..
  • 38. ..BUT THERE’S A CATCH“some” assembly required
  • 39. 2K Extra Gets You This... PERK: Absolutely no assembly required
  • 40. 2K Extra Gets You This... PERK: Absolutely no assembly required $0.14
  • 41. $0.14!?ALLOW US TO EXPLAIN
  • 42. FACT 1:The Average AmericanWatches 4 Hours of TV a Day (i.e. they spend 4hrs on the couch)
  • 43. FACT 2:The Average Couch Lasts 10 Years. (Any longer and it starts to look like this)
  • 44. ASSUMING YOU SPEND 14,600 HOURS ON YOUR COUCH OVER ITS LIFETIME 14,600 $1,000 14,600 $3,000 = $0.06per hour $0.20per hour =
  • 45. HAPPINESS THE KEYTO PRICING IS SPENDING MONEY WISELY
  • 46. YOU THE PRICE OF HAPPINESS DEPENDS ON
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