Bread Fables: Money as a Measure of Success
[0:00:38] Introduction to the episode and the $500 investment plan
[0:01:41] Money is a measure of success
[0:03:15] Success can involve making less money temporarily for personal growth
[0:04:47] Growth and passion are more important than money
[0:05:17] Lesson on perfection and personal growth for the speaker’s son
[0:07:00] Appreciating current achievements and focusing on growth
[0:08:09] Making money doesn’t have to be hard
[0:09:22] Money is limited and there’s not enough for everyone
[0:13:48] Bitcoin is internet money worth $600 billion.
[0:14:53] Money is not limited; it depends on our beliefs.
[0:15:27] Money is infinite as man is always evolving.
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