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As you may know, investing in real estate is an incredible vehicle for creating wealth. Recently, I’ve been thinking more about the true purpose of creating wealth, and how we can create space in our life for the things that truly matter.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m discussing the importance of using passive income to drive experiences in your life. I’ll talk about my own personal experience minimizing and decluttering, and why cultivating experiences is more powerful than collecting things.
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I recently read that the founder of Samuel Adams packs lightly while traveling—he fits everything into just one small briefcase. His mission is to live simply; he travels with just the basics, and he doesn’t need an excess of belongings. This is because the things that bring him happiness are intangible: friends, family, and travel.
This really spoke to me because I’ve been on a personal mission to declutter over the past few years. I’ve realized that in our society, it’s all too common to hold on to belongings that no longer serve us. We keep old t-shirts that we never wear. We buy the newest gadgets, even though these things don’t actually make us happy.
When you’re investing and creating wealth, it’s important to be intentional about how you’re directing your additional funds. If you’re using that money to keep up with the Joneses, you’re not actually bringing happiness or freedom into your life.
On today’s show, I’ll share more about how clutter creates unhappiness. I’ll give a personal anecdote about the couple that inspired my investing journey, and talk about how I’ve started to change my traveling habits.
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On this episode you'll learn:
- What kinds of experiences create happiness?
- Why isn't real estate investing about having cash in the bank?
- What types of experiences do people tend to remember?
- And much more!