Can removing emotions from your purchasing decisions actually make you happier? A personal prospectus has given me financial freedom, and I’m ready to share it with you.
I think about death a lot. I’ve been on the road so often that each time I look out a window before take off, the thought crosses my mind if this may be my final journey.
It’s easy to approach life at a young age and to think that the world is your oyster, that you’re invincible and everything is there for your taking. Yet tragedy and heartache are real. And it’s naive to ignore that life is actually much more fickle than it seems.
But here’s what I’ve learned when you’ve had a chance to wrestle with your death, it frees you up to truly appreciate and live life the way it’s meant to be.
I was asked recently if I’d be willing to share my method for journaling. Journaling is something I’ve been doing for the better half of 2.5 years. It’s helped me with clarity of thought and acts as my Anchor each day. I’ve broken down each section of my journal with a brief overview and explanation for you.