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Here are Today’s “Top 5” Posts:
It is not that we have a short time to live, but that we waste a lot of it. Life is long enough, and a sufficiently generous amount has been given to us for the highest achievements if it were all …
I recently started reading a book I heard about from Mr. Money Mustache – The Magic of Thinking Big. The message behind the book is that your life is impacted by the way you think. I see why MMM loves the book so much as it’s a great pick me up and an eye opener on human thought.
Poverty is often a choice. We can dance with it or demolish it. My family danced with it and it took decades to break it’s hold. Poverty is an equal opportunity force of destruction. Families collect evidence to confirm their suspicion. Poverty is their common denominator. Few break free from its clutches.
Rich is a relative term. What exactly does “rich” mean, and how much money do you have to have to be rich? Is money even the best way to measure wealth? Take a look at my logarithmic scale of wealth to see where you land.
It was late May of 2015 when a wayward accountant from the backwoods of Nowhere, Wisconsin traveled to Cascadia. Tucked away in the Washington State foothills stood the Rainbow Lodge where a nondescript gathering of devoted followers of the emerging Mustachian movement were preparing for Camp Mustache II.
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