Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Aug 24, 2015
If you desire to be among the prestigious members of society, you have to pay a steeper price than meets the eye; to climb socially, you may have to drop spiritually. Yet there are a few other reasons to question social climbing.
The Personal Price Tag of Being A Social Climber
1. In her book, The Overspent American, Harvard professor Juliet Schor informs us most people are concerned about social status, but they live in denial.
2. She claims they rationalize to themselves they need a new car