1. As a general rule, put your phone away during meals with other people. Not on the table. Out of sight, sound off.
2. For a further challenge, put your phone away during meals alone. Read, listen to a podcast, or just eat and notice your surroundings.
3. If you are expecting a truly important and time-sensitive call or text . . .
Those who rush about to save time are bound to waste the time they save.
Think of the man in traffic, sprinting ahead, causing himself angst, and others stress, only to save a minute here or a minute there. He is so unfocused. He is not at peace. He is not present.
While saving time may be desirable on its surface, . . .
When it comes to investing your money, one of the first principles to understand is compound growth.
We often hear things like:
"The biggest money mistake I ever made was not starting to invest earlier."
"Start investing even a tiny amount early, and you can be a millionaire by the time you retire."
"If you save just . . .
If you live until 80, you only get 29,220 days.
That's not very many!
That's only 4174 weeks.
How old are you now?
I'm already 10,269 days into this one life. 35% of . . .