Life HackPersonal Finance

Things that matter more than your money

Most people concentrate on amassing large sums of money at the expense of other things in life that are equally important.

Research shows that business owners who take time to engage in other activities outside their ventures are happier than those who don’t. Here are four things that matter more than money.

Your health: Longer working hours that most entrepreneurs engage in take a toll on their health. You can take care of your health by watching what you eat, taking enough time to rest, exercising which shouldn’t be limited to going to the gym and playing a game.

Your health is so crucial to your overall performance in life that Chris Kirubi, who is battling cancer, advised entrepreneurs to take regular medical tests.

Your family: American entrepreneur Walt Disney once opined that a man should never neglect his family for business.

Family matters because they form an important part of your support system. Moreover, spending time with your family will enable you to shape their behaviour and outlook of life.

Your experiences: The explains that sitting in an office all day, every day makes no sense. Instead, you are advised to be spontaneous. Take opportunities to travel and attend those events. Moreover, people often stumble upon good ideas or find a solution to the problem that has been bothering them for months while having a good time outside the office.

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“You can impress some people with your bank account, but memories and stories of life experiences enrich your life and engage people in ways money can’t.”

Your legacy: What legacy do you wish to leave behind? Probably, you’d wish to be remembered as a boss who touched people’s lives or contributed to the general wellbeing of society.

Bedros Keuilian, a contributor at sums it as: “Put as much time and energy into your legacy as your business. If you want to be remembered for bringing value and joy to the world, you have to do more than stare at your bank account.”

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