Is A Healthy Life the Foundation for Success?

Is a healthy life the foundation for success?

 

I’ve always maintained that the consistent pursuit a healthy life is the foundation of success.  Or a good life, in general.  The more active you are, the better you fuel your body, and the more engaged you are in positive environments.. the more you are able to accomplish.  

Whether that takes the form of waking up early to climb a mountain, spending time each day to write a book, or burning the midnight oil to expand your business, is up to you.
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Butterflies & How to Elevate Yourself

Butterflies & How to elevate yourself

 

THROWBACK NOTICE: I originally wrote this about a month and a half into my Korean Journey.  Somewhere in late September, or early October.

 

I’m reflecting on yet another lesson with the Korean kids I teach, and seeing an analogy.

To think I laughed when my mother said I’d learn so much from these kids.

Early this week in one of the elementary classes I teach we were discussing caterpillars and butterflies.  Previous to that it was bees.  I masquerade as a science teacher, too.

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Why I love Index Investing

Why I love index investing

A while back I posted my thoughts on the Real Estate Vs. Investing in the market & renting debate.  In the case I laid out investing won.  In the future I will compare the two over longer periods as that’s how both are meant to be held.

In the meantime, I want to dive deeper into the philosophy and lifestyle benefits of index investing.  I want to try explaining why it’s turned me on.

 
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What Living in Korea is Truly Like

What living in Korea is truly like…

 

“..As the bus drove on, as far as the eye could see were skyscraper apartment blocks populating metropolitan areas, and the mountains that separate them..”

 

That’s a journal entry from one of my first days arriving here in Korea.  Honestly, the time between deciding to come to Korea and getting here wasn’t that far apart.  I didn’t have a whole lot of time to research the country – seems a little ridiculous in retrospect that I’d move to a place I didn’t know much about.  I can’t really recall what my expectations were.

 
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Appreciation, It Doesn’t Cost Much

Appreciation, It doesn’t cost much.

 

Goddamn, Korea is turning me soft.  

First I’m bawling about the elephants [post coming soon!] and now I’m writing thank you notes.  Maybe it’s because I’m so sick – I’ll get to that – or maybe its because I’m just growing up and learning it doesn’t cost much to show some appreciation.

 

Alright, on to my eulogy.  Just kidding.  I’m not going to die.. I don’t think.

 
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