Would you spend 10k on a Sauna?
Most people I assume would answer "no" to the question I asked in the title.
Their gut reaction is "woahhh that is a lot of money."
"Hmmm maybe 10k is or isn't a lot of money to you, but you're going to spend that money anyway so it might as well be for something good!
Let's analyze why I make this ^^^ statement.
Here are some quick data points from a general Google search.
Feel free to look up this stuff yourself if you are intrigued.
Data Point 1
Data Point 2
Did you know that Americans spend an average of $583 a year on alcohol?
Data Point 3
Americans spend more on prescription drugs -- average costs are about $1,300 per person per year -- than anyone else in the world. It's true that they take a lot of pills.
Data Point 4
When you zoom out, you start to realize that the majority of people are spending WAYYYY more money on unhealthy habits, than they are on a 10k sauna.
Maybe I convinced you with this information to look into your habits and adjust where you spend your hard earned money.
Or maybe I didn't.
Regardless, I'd love for you to start thinking about zooming out on your life to help you make more robust decisions.
Also, if you'd love to know the story behind why I spent 10k on my backyard sauna, check out the video below where I go over why this sauna was a mandatory purchase for my wife and I, how I built it, and the positive impact it can have on improving our health over the long run.