Your Finances Are Not “Personal”

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Most people think of money like bread: It’s an essential commodity, it has to come from somewhere, and if you haven’t had your daily share, you gotta go out and win it — or make it yourself.

Unlike actual bread, however, you don’t need money to survive. You can’t eat money. You need water, food, a place to sleep…

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I write for dreamers, doers, and unbroken optimists. Read my daily blog here: https://nik.art/

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Niklas Göke

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I write for dreamers, doers, and unbroken optimists. Read my daily blog here: https://nik.art/

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