Do you ever find yourself haunted by the illusion of wealth? Wondering time and time again how you will amass a great fortune? The way we gauge our personal wealth can take a devastating toll on our mental health. That’s why it’s important to define it.
When you daydream about wealth, what do you see? Pools of hundred dollar bills that you can swim in? Gold coins raining from the sky? Or a mansion overlooking the ocean with fully-staffed facilities at your beck and call?
I get it. Unfortunately, you are wrong. This perception of wealth is a corruption brought on by capitalism. I’m not here to point fingers, I call it like I see it.
The original context of wealth was very different than what we have today. It didn’t center around possessions or currency. Wealth referred to well-being. I believe it still should.
Stop chasing the almighty dollar and focus instead on these.
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The 3 Pillars of True Wealth
If we remove property and currency, what are we left with? What I call the 3 Pillars of True