I may not live this every single day, but I try to.
Sure, I look forward to some days more than others, but that doesn’t mean that each day isn’t filled with opportunities to make it memorable.
I do what I do so that I can help people use their money to make themselves as happy as possible each day of their lives. It may mean a little less happiness today for a little more happiness in the future, but, at its core, my practice is about increasing happiness. Money is merely a tool that, when used correctly, minimizes sadness and increases happiness. It’s not about squeezing an extra .01% out of your portfolio.