Wealth



Create Time with Meditation


Posted By on Jul 8, 2018

One of the many benefits of meditation is that it can create time.   We all know that even though time is linear we experience it in relative terms. A busy day can fly by in what seems like minutes while a painful experience like skinning a knee or having the wind knocked out of you can seem like it lasts for hours.   Meditation can use the relativity of time to slow down your experience and create time. The five minutes you...

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The Two Curves of Life


Posted By on Jul 8, 2018

Two curves that apply to a lot in life are the Diminishing Returns curve and the Exponential Returns curve.  Knowing where these curves occur in your life will have a great effect on your progress and the results you get.   At some point in a relationship, our finances, or health, etc. we feel like we are putting in more work than the results we are getting.  The question then becomes “Do I keep trying or spend my time doing...

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Cost per Use


Posted By on Jun 17, 2018

One way to use your money wisely and avoid clutter in life is to minimize the cost per use of your things.   Your goal should not only be to surround yourself with things that have a very low cost per use, but to drive down the average cost per use of all of your stuff (this doesn’t apply to assets like investments or real estate which typically gain value overtime).   Cost per use is the cost of something divided by...

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The Two Most Powerful Words


Posted By on May 29, 2018

The two most powerful words in your life are “Yes” and “No”.   When and how you use these words will determine your path in life and whether you become the person you want to be.  Every day you are continually asked how you want to spend your most valuable resource (which is time) by what you say “yes” to and what you say ‘no” to.  Whether it’s saying “No” to...

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