Not in my opinion—but it does pay off to have some time to put all your eggs in one basket.
When I was young I used to think that getting rich by investing all your money in stocks was the best way to build wealth. But as I got older I realized that I had learned all the right lessons.
If you want to build wealth, you have to first figure out what it is you want out of life—your quality of life, and whether investment is a good way to get there.
When I realized that investing all my money in stocks—a great investment—would lead to nothing but poor quality of life, I decided to invest in something else—things that really make my life truly wonderful, things that are worth living for.
Here’s the short version of what those are:
I don’t have a very high opinion of the Internet. But I do like music—especially bands that I’ve become really good friends with. I’ve also started experimenting with some different forms of entertainment. I’m especially interested in playing board games that allow me to experience great gaming environments and interact with the players, rather than just trying to win.
You can’t play a board game the same way, because the physical rules have a different set of rules that come along with each game. In board games, the more intricate the rules, the more powerful the game becomes. With video games, the rules in most games are simple enough to be understood. But those games let you interact with the character of the other players—which is not nearly as cool in many ways.
So instead, I’m going to try to create an all new way of enjoying music. Because in games, you just want to win. But playing a game of music lets me discover new things, and make interesting connections between a great many different experiences.
Yoga. I’m not sure what a “yoga” means—maybe they’re yoga studios out of Los Angeles or something? (I really don’t know.) But anyone who’s ever had a stressful day knows how beneficial yoga can be.
I always say it takes a lot of practice to get really good at yoga—you can only do it for ten to twenty minutes every day, but if you keep practicing you can do it for about an hour or two a day. By playing video games, I’ve discovered that these ten minutes of practice can actually turn into a
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