Joshua Garcia is among the celebrities who realized how downsizing has many rewards and benefits. Aside from being a lucrative source of income, it’s also a great way to let go of things that you no longer use or enjoy. For Joshua, he has decided to sell his luxury vehicles because they are no longer practical to keep.
While downsizing has many business meanings, such as cost cutting, it could also mean selling some of things you don’t need, often for financial or practical reasons. It has many benefits, aside from earning. It could also help you organize your home, and give you more space for new things you want to buy. It also feels good to give your loved items to a new owner who can make use of them better. Also, it could help you shift to a new lifestyle that you’re interested in. Furthermore, if you decide to sell luxury cars, there’s really a huge market for that. Many rich individuals and collectors wouldn’t mind spending for some second-hand but prized luxury vehicles. In fact, business tycoon Ramon S. Ang also sold second-hand luxury cars back in his earlier days of business.
For Joshua, his motivation for downsizing is to live a much simpler lifestyle. In an article on PEP, the actor revealed that he sold his Triumph Bonneville T150 motorcycle and his Dodge Challenger car. He said he realized that having those vehicles wasn’t practical in the Philippines. He said, “Nagsimula akong maging praktikal na lang, kung ano lang yung kailangan ko.” [I started being more practical and focused only on things that I need.]
Joshua remarked how he was able to sell his luxury vehicle at a good price. He said, “Pero at least nabenta ko siya malapit sa price na pagkakabili ko, di ba? Hindi ako talo. Nakagamit pa ko.” [At least I was able to sell them at a price close to their original price. Fair enough, and I got to use them.]
Aside from cars, Joshua is also interested in music. In fact, his first business venture was related to music. He became an investor of Academy of Rock Philippines, along with fellow celebrity, Enchong Dee. It’s a music school in Makati that offers different kinds of classes, such as vocal lessons, playing musical instruments, and more.
So, if you’re hesitating to sell your preloved items, may Joshua’s decision inspire you. Selling the things you no longer need or aren’t practical in your life anymore, could bring in more rewards than actually keeping them.
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