2 thoughts on “The Better Letter

  1. Just read your chapter of the book entitled, “How I Invest My Money,” edited by Josh Brown & Brian Portnoy with illustrations by Carl Richards. It is a most poignant reminder of what, in the end, is really important after all. The lives into which we invest are indeed the greatest measure of compounded returns we’ll ever have. As you suggest, it may be a good idea to spend as much time about “why” we invest as it is “how” we invest. As you say, “One’s purposes provide the foundation upon which a financial plan is built.” Indeed our legacies can be profound if we focus on our purpose first.

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