I Would’ve Been A Millionaire By 40 — But I Committed Financial Suicide Instead

Why Pursuing Happiness In The Now Is Worth It

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If you could be a millionaire in less than 15 years by staying on your current path, would you do it?

Even if the path caused you to be overworked, stressed, burnt-out, creatively bankrupt, and questioning what you were doing with…

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