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When you get to your third millionth frequent flyer mile, I think something snaps in your brain
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"When you get to your third millionth frequent flyer mile, I think something snaps in your brain"

- Jeff Foxworthy

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This quote by Jeff Foxworthy is a funny way of expressing the concept that when you reach a specific level of success, it can have an extensive impact on your state of mind. It recommends that when you reach a particular level of success, such as your 3rd millionth regular leaflet mile, you become more confident and enthusiastic. It implies that you become more aware of your abilities and potential, and you become more driven to reach even greater levels of success. It likewise suggests that you become more knowledgeable about the chances readily available to you, and you end up being more willing to take risks and pursue them. Simply put, this quote suggests that when you reach a particular level of success, it can have a positive impact on your frame of mind and mindset.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Jeff Foxworthy somewhere between September 6, 1958 and today. He/she was a famous Comedian from USA. The author also have 39 other quotes.

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