Tag Archives: Wealth

Work and Play

I wanted to clarify my comments about work and play I made earlier as it appears I may have been unclear. For me, work is mostly play, and play is nearly all play. I define work as something I would need … Continue reading

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Measuring What Matters Most

My recent trip to see my newest grandson, his twin brothers, and his parents reminded me once again that my true wealth continues compounding at an amazing rate. When people say children are expensive they often forget to consider how much … Continue reading

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I recently had a conversation with someone who was feeling bad about his financial situation. I’ll call him Trevor but that isn’t his real name. Like most of us he’d made financial mistakes and felt bad about them, especially when … Continue reading

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“Measure your wealth not by the things you have but by the things you have for which you would not take money.”
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