Making money is just a part of the equation – and not even the most difficult one. I learned this the hard way. The most important part is to develop a mindset that will help you overcome any challenge that life will throw at you (because, sooner or later, life will drag into crisis).
I call this mindset “financial resilience”, or the ability to keep a steady income, regardless of the surrounding context.
In today’s world, the ability to move fast might make the difference between being blocked in an authoritarian regime, or living free.
Being location independent is not necessarily about being a digital nomad (although this is still an option), but more about being able to adapt fast to different countries and cultures, while still maintaining a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.
When you think about meaningful relationships, your first thought is probably about romantic, soul-mate like encounters. While these are still valid, as an option, they’re also somehow limitative.
There’s so much more to experiment when you decide to have meaningful relationships. There’s an entire spectrum, from friendship to romantic love, and from parenting to casual acquaintances.
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- Traveling With A GuitarLast month I moved from Spain to Portugal. This move was different, in the sense that a new class of objects appeared in my otherwise pretty scarce inventory: guitars. As you may already know, during this … Read more
- If You Can’t Handle Me At My Worst, You Don’t Deserve Me At My BestYou’ve probably read this many times about relationships. It’s quite popular as a meme or motivational poster on social media. I tend to agree with it, but, surprisingly, I believe it applies to many other things, … Read more
- 365 Days Writing Challenge – Checkpoint Five5 months later, I’m still doing it. In total, including this one, I published an article on my blog every day for the last 151 days. The 365 days writing challenge I started at the beginning … Read more
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