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Your State of Mind is Your Greatest Form of Wealth

On reclaiming a truer and more liberating sense of success.

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Maybe it's just me, but it seems the type of people most widely celebrated for being successful are the type of people I least desire to emulate. You know, the people who work 60–70 hours a week, marry their jobs, and become enslaved to their phones?




Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Lance Baker

Lance Baker

A fellow observer on the journey through life. Trying to cultivate a deeper way of being in the world.

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