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It was Maimonedes, with the council of Aristotle, who suggested that private giving was superior. Whether you share your giving or keep it anonymous, a regular practice of giving (your time and money) boosts your happiness and satisfaction with life.
Check out the World Inequality Report from WIF (The World Inequality Database). There is a lot here, but start with Chapter 4 – The Rise of Multimillionaires.
“Contemplation is about learning to see, learning to behold the deepest, most encompassing reality.” Enjoy this lovely, wide-ranging interview with a Christian contemplative.
From the silly, to the simple, to the sublime… here are 100 ways to improve your life without really trying.
A cautionary tale: If you would be a successful investor, you must keep yourself from making this all-too-human mistake. You must not chase the hot dot.
Whatever your age, if you seek financial independence, then there are three things you need:
1. Your independence number
2. A resilient “all-weather” portfolio – what we call a Mindful Portfolio
3. A responsive withdrawal process – what we call Mindful Management
If you are not clear about any of these items, I hope you will join us for our Financial Independence Bootcamp where we will answer each of these questions together.
Always reading, always learning, Jonathan hand-selects these articles for readers each week. To view Jonathan’s curated articles from previous weeks, CLICK HERE.