A Saturday morning briefing on innovation and society.
Time, experiences, and relationships. My priorities have shifted over time. I have everything I need financially and I know comparison is the thief of joy. I’m moving away from the busy/productivity culture and moving towards a productive/time back way of living. I’m seeking out new experiences whether it’s goat yoga or supporting a local coffee house in a rural community 40 miles from my home. My health has always been a priority so healthy living is a lifestyle. I look forward to see how others respond.
Relationships, experiences, time.
Knowledge, Relationships, and experiences, because they are all infinite.
Love the perspective and thought exercise. It seems contentment is found in developing a balanced portfolio of wealth. An increased emphasis on acquiring tremendous wealth in any one area leads to poverty in others. A portfolio imbalance is usually the root of from which the dissatisfaction and dysfunctions in our lives grow from.
Top 3? Reviewing the valuable list I'm drawn to the thought that it takes only a major deficit or loss of ability (hope) to develop the form of wealth in a single area to make all the others worthless. Is there ONE on the list anyone could live without or live with not being free to pursue developing? Not for me.
Progeny, Health, Freedom
True wealth is experiencing the richness of life.
Time, Health, Relationships
Health, experiences, relationships