February 12, 2018 Daily Post
Fake things can damage your focus.
One of my favorite wristwatch designs is Omega’s Seamaster 300. It’s around $5,000 to acquire. Fakes are apparently around $200.
Quality and ethics should be the least of a fake buyer’s concerns. Worse is the mindset it creates for that buyer:
This has nothing to do with wristwatches, or what is/isn’t an acceptable price for something.
It’s about you.
Where is your focus: on uncompromising growth and potential, or on merely faking it?