Survival costs a lot. No question. Once you have it “handled” as best you can, you now have the opportunity to focus on finding moments and things in life that have no monetary cost, and are priceless.
Relationships are connected to some of our strongest emotions. When they are positive we feel happiness, contentment and calm. When relationships bring out the worst in us or they are non-existent, we feel anxious, depressed, and lonely.
This effect is not just limited to romantic relationships but close friendships and social connections at work or your network.
Remember the last time you had a peak experience of a lifetime. A time when you got really excited or felt like everything was right with the world. More than likely those times all involved other people.
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For those seeking happy experiences, it’s not enough to focus on yourself — don’t forget to connect and build better relationships with people. The more you connect, the happier you’ll feel.
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Transforming Ignorance into Knowledge
Our framework of self-actualisation and transcendence focuses on 4 interconnected pillars of an individual’s wealth.
All too often we forget to create and maintain a balance in our lives. The idea is to evaluate what you’re actually doing with and for yourself every day, determine how essential it is to you, and make the necessary changes or shifts from one pillar of wealth building to others if need be, that best accommodates your necessities, interests, and desires.
So, let’s read about the other forms of wealth and how to build them too: