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Morgan Housel who was formerly a writer at TMF wrote a piece worth reading. His basic take away is that you don't have to be rich to be wealthy and just because you are rich doesn't mean you are wealthy. It is a good short read.
The highest forms of wealth are measured differently.

A few stick out:

1. Controlling your time and the ability to wake up and say, “I can do whatever I want today.”


2. When money becomes like oxygen: so abundant relative to your needs that you don’t have to think about it despite it being a critical part of your life.


3. A career that allows for intellectual honesty.
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