The Next Day: A Post for the Age(s)

Last summer I was visiting my hometown. I was at a friend’s place at a nearby lake for the day. After a great day of catching up with old friends and spending some time on the boat, it was time to get home. I rode my motorcycle there, but another friend also needed to get home that night, so I borrowed our host’s truck and left my bike there until the next day.

As I entered town on a stretch of four-lane highway, I was coming up behind a semi-truck traveling slowly. It was dark, and its lights were bright, so I changed lanes to pass.

And then -lights!

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My First Podcast – Get Paid For Your Pad

Ironically, shortly after posting my latest post on health, I started to experience some crippling back pain. This has stifled a lot of aspects of my life, including creative pursuits such as my blog.

As I start to see some small signs of improvement today, I was inspired to share this here for my readers to check out. So without any further delay, here is the link to my first ever podcast appearance.

I recorded the Podcast interview with Jasper Ribbers, a global Air BnB entrepreneur and founder of the great website Get Paid For Your Pad.

Please enjoy.

Health Management is Wealth Management

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Health care is a huge expense for many people around the world. Often, it stands in direct opposition of our aspirations for a free and fulfilling life. We would need to experience a GDP growth of 4.3% to offset the decline in happiness from a decrease in life expectancy of just one year. So it’s worth asking the question: if health is wealth, is health management wealth management?

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