Money is Only a Tool . . . Nothing More.

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6 Responses

  1. Kate says:

    I love this! So true that in the end we should have more than just money. I am blessed that you are not a workaholic and that you invest time into our family. 💓 you!

  2. Rebekah says:

    Really insightful post! I really appreciate the perspective. Thank you for helping me feel better about my path.

  3. Steveark says:

    Wow, you actually let your wife read your posts? Yikes! Mine has no idea what the name of my blog is. I mean, that could be, like, really dangerous! On a serious note, great points. Money is a horrible goal in itself, but using it to help others, including your family, that makes it a tool that lifts up others. The great achievers of note in this world have rarely had any kind of balance in their lives. Rockefeller is kind of typical, yet I wonder if we would have any of the great inventions or advances in society without unbalanced people consumed with their personal quests? And I wonder how many of the great achievers were consumed by the goal of achieving versus the goal of making more money?

    • Chris says:

      Hahaha, she’s one of my most loyal readers.

      That’s an interesting point . . . Did the money come because of the drive to succeed? And then they did succeed? So the money in their mind was just a consequence of their great contribution? And you’re right about their lives being unbalanced. Good comments. Thanks. 😎

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