Years ago I remember reading Robert T. Kiyosaki’s book, “The Cash Flow Quandrant”. It was a useful and interesting book. My takeaway was simple and, I believe, fundamental concept core to the book’s message. Most people take their income and spend it almost entirely on expenses. That is, they spend it on things that have […]
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Yes, it’s a funny name. Wabi Sabi is a comprehensive Japanese worldview. Essentially Wabi Sabi means that everything is impermanent and nothing is perfect. Accept this and you won’t need to feel distressed when things don’t work out perfectly. Accept this and you can accept outcomes no matter what they are, as natural.