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The die with zero attitude

 I am reading the book Die with Zero and even though it is way too long for the message the author wants to convey, there is something that I liked a lot. The comparison between investing in memory and experiences vs saving so much money.

You might think that saving a lot of money is a great thing. But what if you can never spend them? Would you change your life if you know that in 2 years’ time you will have enough money to retire and do nothing?

For some people, the answer will be yes and they could give themselves permission to stop working and start living.


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