Posts tagged money
How Finding Your Lowest Livable Lifestyle Can Lead You to Your Ideal Lifestyle

This week, we are only going to talk about money in the context of using it as a tool. First, to cover your basic needs and second, to fund your ideal lifestyle. If you’re looking for strategies to pay off debt or tricks to get funding for your start-up, by all means, scroll to the bottom and get wild with my book suggestions. Meanwhile, the rest of us are going to look at budgeting; specifically, identifying your Lowest Livable Lifestyle that covers all your basic needs while you look for other jobs or pursue a side project; and second, looking ahead and projecting an ideal budget for your perfect careers once you get there.

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Quick Guide: How to Find Your Perfect Career (And Why So Many Are Doing it Wrong)

When you don’t know what you want to do, your search can take you an inch in a million directions instead of a mile in the one that matters. What you call “searching” is not progress; you’re treading water. You are exerting a lot of energy to keep your head above water, but you’re not getting any closer to shore. 

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How Discovering Your Purpose in Your 20s Is the Secret to a Lifetime of Happiness

Unless life has other plans for you, one day, your hair will start changing color (or start falling out). Soft lines, called crow’s feet, will radiate outward from the corners of your eyes. Your bones will begin to shrink, and your muscles will go stiff. Welcome to your golden years.

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“Being Indie” in a post-consumerism world

“Why should I pay for something if I can get it for free?” This is a question many indie artists are asked, ranging from musicians, writers, webcomic creators, filmmakers, and many others generating content for online consumers.

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