The Brain Buddha Manifesto is in four parts. If you want to get an idea of what my mission is, this is the place to start! Hope you join me on this journey.

Missed any part of the manifesto? See Part 1, Part 2Part 3, Part 4 (you’re here)

Part 4: Show me the money

I think I’ve been lucky with money over the years (could be luckier though, lol) but I know I could always do better.

After coming close to losing everything and having things turn completely around within a year, I realized money is a topic we don’t learn nearly anything close to what we should know.

Not in school.

Not from our parents.

Definitely not from Reddit. =p

As much as we like to tell ourselves that money isn’t everything – it is something.

I’ve had a chance to see what it’s like for the uber-wealthy (I’m not one of them…yet) but I’ve been fortunate to see firsthand how they live and the difference in how they think and behave.

The Money Buddha’s 4 Pillars of Wealth

It helped me form the framework for building and managing your wealth, what I call the “The Money Buddha’s 4 Pillars of Wealth” (Yes, it’s another 4 Pillar framework within the Brain Buddha’s Manifesto: The 4 Pillars of Leading the Best Life Possible”).

I don’t want to make this too long so I won’t delve into the Money Buddha’s Wealth Manifesto here, you can read it separately here.

The core pillars are:

  1. Having a money mindset
  2. Developing valuable skills
  3. Accumulating income-generating assets
  4. Money management

These are the four guiding principles for wealth.

If you’ve made it this far, congratulations!

And a big “Thank You” for reading.

By now, you’ll have read about what I call:

The “4 Pillars of Leading the Best Life Possible”:

  1. A healthy mind
  2. A healthy body
  3. Healthy relationships
  4. Healthy finances

That’s what this manifesto is about.

If this resonates with you and you want to share in my journey in applying these “4 Pillars” to everyday life, then I invite you to join “The Brain Buddha” email newsletter.

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