Wednesday, June 21, 2006

How To Lead a Rich Life

How To Lead a Rich Life: "How To Lead a Rich Life
(Revised and Updated for a Poor Economy)

Can money buy happiness? (You'd be surprised!) What is the measure of true wealth? (Hint: Don't look at your brokerage statement.) Why do so many people with high incomes have such limited assets? (Check out your garage...and your pool...and those vacation bills.) A values-driven guide to mastering the Money Issue.

From: Issue 68 March 2003 Page 72 By: Polly LaBarre

You're rich.
Well, at least well-off. I am certain of this, because the average reader of this magazine has a household income of $119,000, which puts him or her in the upper segment of the richest society in the history of the world. Maybe you don't fall into that core group. Maybe you're scanning this article in the waiting room of a doctor's office, and your household income is bit less (or much more) than that. Either way, relatively speaking, you're rich. Not filthy rich, but better-off than almost everyone else on the planet.

NOTE: Interesting thought and perspective, isn't it? When we get in touch with how we are really doing we can be in a better frame of mind to serve our customers and help them with their needs.



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