How much money is enough to live a “rich” life?

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The Brain Buddha newsletter helps you live your best life by focusing on the 4 Pillars: Your Mind, Your Money, Your Body & Your Relationships.

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How to learn anything

The irony of school is that we’re not taught HOW to learn. At least not in a way that is meaningful for each individual.

I strongly believe we each learn in our own way, so if you want to learn better, try different methods and see what works for you.

For example, Sahil Bloom shares these frameworks for how to learn anything.


How much money is enough to live a “rich” life?

This is a question that has a different answer for each person.

How you define a rich life is different to how I would define it.

Alex Green, shares this interesting take on this question.

*** Heads up from the Money Buddha: I’m working on some tutorials for earning extra side-income (the non-fluffy, non-scammy kind – also, how to filter out the garbage from the legit). 

Stay tuned.

*See Disclaimer

BODY BUDDHA ????????‍♀️

Tim Ferriss’ tips on how to get in shape

I’m a big fan of Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Work Week and The 4-Hour Body.

I’m also a firm believer in the 80/20 rule (Pareto Principle).

E.g. what are the 20% of activities that can help you get 80%+ in shape?

These are the tips he shared with his friend who wanted to get in shape.

Drink this to super-charge your body’s health.


How to build trust

Ever feel betrayed by someone you thought had your back?

Or maybe you were the one who betrayed a friend’s trust.

Winning back that trust may be hard but not impossible.

Try these steps to rebuild trust (while these tips are used in a work relationship setting, I think you can still use the essence of these steps to apply it to other relationships in your life).


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