Do you remember that Meatloaf song "Two Outta Three Ain't Bad"?
(Yes, I know it's a strange way to start a discussion of wealth)
The gist of the song was that the two people were almost right for each other, but they were missing a critical piece. Hence the "Two Outta Three".
That song reminds me of how a lot of people are trying to build wealth.
The three critical pieces to successful living are: Health, Wealth and Happiness.
But are you missing out on one of them?
To me being Truly Wealthy means not only having money and health, but most importantly the TIME to enjoy it. That's where the happiness comes from.
As far as money goes, I would define it as $3million or more in liquid assets. Or if you want to think in terms of cash flow, it would be at least $10,000 per month in income.
I know for some that seems like way too much and for others not nearly enough. But that should be enough to live in a decent house, do a bit of traveling and not be too worried about making ends meet.
But in pursuing that money goal, you have to be careful not to miss the real target.
There are a few places you can go wrong:
So don't forget what the true target is: True Wealth
Health, Wealth and Happiness makes life good.
Don't settle for "Two Outta Three"!
Are you missing out in one (or more) of the True Wealth pieces?
Let me know in the comments below!
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