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Posts tagged as “purpose”

Diversify With Multiple Flags Pt 1

Diversify. We’ve all heard this old time, wise advice on investment portfolios. But most people never think to apply this in their lifestyles and geographic involvements. To the average joe, offshore banking is something for the rich and criminal, and learning a new language is hard — after all everyone speaks English right? Whether it’s to mitigate risk, or to spice up your life, associating yourself with multiple countries is…

Leap of Faith: Land Diving with the Vanuatu

We’ve all heard the time aged advice. Throw a child in the water, and it will learn to swim. Our lives are filled with experiences and personal transformations. From birth to to adulthood, the milestones in our lives define who we are. Leaps of faith taken over time result in the accomplishments of today. However, western society severely lacks the rites of passage compared to yesterday’s generation. Western civilization merges various…

Overcoming Our Giants and Ego

The Giants of Life Are Too Big For You When we confront the problems of our lives, our giants, we often worry that our potential is not enough. Ego gets in the way. We worry that we do not possess the resources required for a winning chance much less succeed. You already possess all that is needed to overcome the giant obstacles of life. Whether you were born poor, rich,…

Lies About Making Money : Don’t Listen to the TV

Saving Money Will Make You Rich In my previous post, I talked about Budgeting Time with as much rigor as you would watch your Money. This post will be about Making and Saving Money. Budgeting will allow you to live an organized and well managed lifestyle, but it will not make you rich. There is so much BULLSHIT on T.V. , written in books, and recorded in Youtube videos, telling…

Manage Time Like You Budget Your Money

It’s Not all About Your Net Worth According to the World Happiness Report, moving to a richer country won’t make you happier. Look at the big man Warren Buffett worth 87.8 billion, he agrees that owning more isn’t the key to happiness. He admitted to enjoying days where he had a small fraction of his current net worth. The first lesson of money, finances, and purpose is to realize this…

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