As cofounder, chairman and CEO of Apple Inc. with a net worth of $10.2 billion at the time of his death, Steve Jobs was one of the most successful entrepreneurs of all time. The company he co-created continues to receive worldwide notoriety and his contributions to computer technology have had a profound global impact.
I have finally reached my last weekend of freedom during my Yoga Teacher Training program. We have been in class about 13 hours per day which I have to add to my personal 1 hour workout at 5 am. Needless to say, studying philosophy, yoga sutras, muscles and bones all day has been a bit of a departure from my regular life.
A full life is one that is full of balance of competing priorities and happiness. I think it’s easy to complain all day or live a life of isolation devoted to one thing such as spiritual practice. The more difficult choice is to try to discover wisdom and figure out how to maintain a sense of self in the midst of the ebbs and flows of life.
Finances are an important part of everyday life, and if they not dealt with properly, financial trouble can lead to catastrophic events, such as losing your job, bankruptcy, and even time in jail/prison. In Entrepreneurship, staying ahead of the entrepreneur finances is a crucial part of staying successful and happy.
How is your partner's money game?
As you know all hopefully know by now: it’s all about harmonizing your relationship with money. You know how to stay calm, clear your mind and gain laser focus through rituals like meditation and yoga. You have regular short-term and long-term goal setting strategies and you allocate your time and money to meet them. If you’ve listened to my talk with Danielle M. Holdman you know what I’m talking about. You’re on a path to a more fulfilling life. Don’t let financial infidelity put a strain on your relationship
Thích Nhất Hạnh, the Buddhist monk, teacher, author, and peace activist has had an incredible life. He was exiled from his native Vietnam in 1966 after urging for the reunification of Northern and Southern Vietnam and wasn’t permitted to return for 39 years. He gained the support of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who called him an “apostle of peace” and nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967.