Late Steve Jobs, the man behind Apple Inc. is a perfect example of this. He earns billions of dollars a year, but no money could save his life when cancer hits him. In fact, money may be extremely important to survive and people who say otherwise believe totally in something other than that, but is this really the idea of living?
Some things are much more important than money.
The day must be cherished every minute and wisely spent. You could always make it back, or get it back if you want to waste your money, then I can do everything I can. A time invested correctly is regarded as a fortune.
You spend time with your loved ones is a perfect example of that. The problem for most parents with so much money is they forget that no money with their children can buy memories.
They might be rich in money, but they’re certainly poor in time.
The moment when you are on your death bed, you don’t remember the money or property you own.
You only remember those experiences you had with the people around you.
Take a step back from this. Try new stuff and dig into the things that you really like. Often, the simple things that bring us the greatest personal satisfaction are to play with our partner, go on long stroke, collect rock or leaves, painting etc.
Turn your hobby into your career and I assure you no one will ever be able to compete and you’ll reach high levels of success.
Sharing your ideas with the outer world will lead you to a huge sense of satisfaction. Who knows your ideas might impact someone’s life in a better way that you never thought would happen.
Eating Healthy food. Make less sedentary choices. Engage in activities that make us move. Practicing good hygiene.
The value of physical health required to enjoy life is diminished by money.
I know that money is important, but I don’t think it’s all that you can buy happiness from it somewhere. We have to decide the level of our personal needs and not only run a rat race to earn money.