So your business makes millions of dollars. Where does it go? Assets cost, people power costs, internet costs, technology costs.
Do you spend all your income in one place? Are your alliances with one other main business? Do you spread your wealth around or do you place the egg in the one basket?
My advice would be to spend wisely, follow your trail and go back to where you've spent as there you will discover the emotional response associated with your wealth.
What have you really got for your dollar? A product? It may be the emotions associated with the product that you were truly after, after all.
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