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The Good Life Crisis: A Few Thoughts on True Wealth

At twenty-two, I tossed conventional wisdom to the wind in order to chase a six-figure dream in sunny South Florida. I took the bait—hook, line, and sinker—and resolved to out work and out hustle the next guy in order to “make it”. By twenty-four, I was cashing moderate five-figure checks each month and my career in luxury real estate sales was booming.  A shiny new SUV sat in the driveway of my second home proving that I was living life in the fast lane of […]

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